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Talking – and writing – of sex toys is always complex and fun at the same time, for the reason of the many word games and double meanings that inevitably pop up (precisely). In 3D printing, sex toys may be one of the products with the largest unexpressed future. SexShop3D is hoping this future can start to rise through its newest product: the Pocket Pussy, “a customizable-bodied male masturbator with the version to receive a ideal replica through 3D scanning”.

The subject frequently comes up in informal discussions with folks who are only finding out of 3D printing and, while the advantages are obvious (personalized production, no require to go to the physical sex shop or have the product shipped) the limits are only as clear: material and finish high end and low familiarity with 3D printing equipment.

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It is commonly believed that many new entertainment technologies truly take off when folks find a way to use them for sex. With 3D printing that has unquestionably not happened yet. A search for the word “sex” in any 3D printable-bodied version databases and search engines can yield a sadly limited selection of items. Even the ventures that tried to lunch commercial 3D printed sex services and products are not precisely thriving. All except SexShop3D.

The company founded by Thomas Sancelot is slowly, but surely, scaling up. Its business version was initially based uniquely on the sale of 3D printable-bodied sex toy creations. That has grown to over 100 creations of approximately 100 designers. Arguably the many practical ones are in the mold section, where users can find 3D printable-bodied molds in that to pour silicon to turn it into additional “user-friendly” products.

On the other hand the website has thus far focutilized on selling sex toy creations, Thomas has experience with product making in order to suggest most practices to his customers. These include covering a 3D printed sex toy with silicon or printing it directly in silicon with a dedicated Discov3ry paste extruder and an Ultimanufacturer, as in the video at a lower place

From this experience, Thomas accomplished that the upcoming evolution in the SexShop 3D project can be to turn it into customized products at a low cost, and to sell these physical products on the website. That’s how the Pocket Pussy was born. The analytic pondering behind it is that a revolution in 3D data acquisition for consumers is going to arrive preceding the revolution of weight home 3D printing. Likewise, the online 3D printing shops that already have additional viable-bodied businesses are those – like Shapeways and iMaterialise – that sell 3D printed products instead of 3D printable-bodied ones.

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“Google is launching Project Tango and Apple is ruadditionald to manufacture moves with a 3D scanning camera on its new iPhone,” Tom says, “This means that folks can be enable-bodied to gain 3D versions of the objects they love preceding they can be able-bodied to 3D print them to idealion. We are going to cater to this by providing them with a high end physical product that uses the data they send us.”

The Pocket Pussy is SexShop3D’s initially product specifically for people that select to sexually fantadimensions of females. It is in addition the initially physical product on sale and it can be yours for $45, that is generally less than much like products manufactured traditionally.

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Whilst the personalization on the digital creations relates mainly to dimensions (something not to be taken lightly), this is the initially example of a product that can be manufactured to resemble that of a favourite adult film star or in fact one’s girlfriend or wife (for example, in the case of long distance relationships).

If it’s true that a innovation truly takes off when it can be utilized for sex, everyone who loves 3D printing should be rooting for Thomas and SexShop3D. If you ponder of it, he is providing the one way you can in fact manufacture love to 3D printing itself.

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Davide Sher

About The Author

Davide was born in Milan, Italy and moved to New York at age 14, that is where he succeded in his education, all the way to a BA. He moved back to Italy at 26 and began working as an editor for a trade magazine in the videogame industry. As the market shifted in the direction of new business versions Davide started working for YouTech, the initially iPad native innovation magazine in Italy, where he found the world of additive making and became incredibly fascinated by its amazing future. Davide has since started to work as a freelance journalist and collaborate with many of Italy’s main generalist publications such as Corriere della Sera, Panorama, Focus Italy and Wired Italy: many of his articles have revolved around the various applications of 3D printing.

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