DIY fiddle

Ideas and instructions how you can make your own bondage toys.

Re: DIY fiddle

Postby freddylocks » 23 Feb 2015, 22:31

I would say that the parts would be too large to print on most 3d printers.

Having destroyed several 3d prints recently, I would say that it could be quite dangerous. Often when large pieces break, they leave jagged edges, this is not good when you have neck and wrists involved.

When it comes to making clamps and such like then it is a different matter, 3d printing can produce some great styles, e.g. a device that holds the labia open and then has clit clip built in (hygene precautions should be taken, for abs I use a vapour bath to smooth the abs and help create a surface that can be cleaned (just like Lego))

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Re: DIY fiddle

Postby BigMan » 26 Feb 2015, 16:52

That fiddle looks great. Thanks for this info.
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Re: DIY fiddle

Postby mrbob13 » 13 Mar 2015, 02:11

The files are CAD files i think. that's why you are having trouble viewing them
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Re: DIY fiddle

Postby mrbob13 » 14 Apr 2015, 00:12

Question about this. do you think this would be possible via casting with aluminum? youtube is great, just look up diy aluminum casting. looks simple enough, all things considered.

I think if you made Styrofoam pieces and cast them this might work. any ideas?
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Re: DIY fiddle

Postby Sir Cumference » 14 Apr 2015, 17:14

It could be done as a lost foam casting.

But where laser cuttings are within tenths or hundredths of a millimeter, diy castings typically are in the millimeter range of error and roughness.
It will need quite a bit of finishing after casting.
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Re: DIY fiddle

Postby mcswitchy » 11 Jan 2018, 08:12

Thank you very much for sharing, @Schnecke! I have access to a laser cutter and look forward to trying out your design.
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