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A project log for Wireless Arduino-powered Vibrator

Building your own silicone molded vibrator. Use a 3d printer for printing the form. Drive the vibration motor with a Arduino board.

body interaction teambody interaction team 04/26/2016 at 16:100 Comments

I started developing a Arduino-based sex toys back in 2012. All hardware was just to big, had no possibilities for remote controls etc. Therefore I developed a small Arduino derivative "body interaction vibrator development board" based on the JeeNode boards. In 2012 I already experimented with silicone overmolding but the results were just ugly. Then 3d printing came into my life and I experimented with 3d printed cases for the body interaction board. Very impressive is the 2- way (or even n-way) communication between the vibrators which allow for syncronization as well as remote control. But 3d printed vibrators are know to be hard to clean, you need a very good printer to get usable results or you must use a professional printing service to get good results.

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