It’s been almost two years since 3D printed sex toy retailer SexShop3D launched and began offering their line of 3D printable sex toys, including an option to customize dildos and butt plugs. Their 3D model marketplace has only grown since, offering dozens of exclusive designs, as well as toy options designed by the SexShop3D community. Now I know that all of you ladies out there were terribly jealous of the men in your lives and their ability to 3D print replicas of their penis. Well be jealous no more, because just in time for Valentine’s Day, SexShop3D has released their new custom Pocket Pussy. It makes a perfect gift just for your husband, boyfriend, partner or special friend, and it is especially nice for anyone in a long distance relationship.
The new SexShop3D Pocket Pussy is a realistic male masturbator toy that can be custom-made to order, with options that allow customers to choose the color and even an internal texture of their choice. There is a black version or a white version, and ten different textures available, ranging from waves to bumps to ribs, as well as multiple tightness options. Customers can choose from one of their pre-selected vagina molds, or upload a 3D scan of their own vagina and have a custom Pocket Pussy 3D printed. If you don’t have access to a 3D scanner then you can learn how to create a 3D model from a series of 2D photographs using free 123D Catch software here. The final toy measurements are 140 mm (5.5 inches) and 70 mm (2.75 inches) wide. The cost is $45 each, and an additional $25 for a toy made using a 3D scanned vagina.
“Our growth is linked to the evolution of technology and its potential to go mainstream. A few weeks ago, with Google and Lenovo announcing the first 3D scanning smartphone for 2016, we thought it was time to release our customizable Pocket Pussy. Not everyone has a 3D printer or scanner at home, but most people have a smartphone in their pocket. It’s a way for us to reach more people and not technology early adopters only,” explained founder of SexShop3D Tom Sancelot.
The Pocket Pussy is made from Ecoflex Supersoft Silicone made by Smooth-On that is a latex-free, washable and completely skin-safe material. It is an extremely flexible, rubber-like material that is capable of stretching many times its original size without tearing and will completely revert to its original shape without any distortions. SexShop3D reccomends that owners only use water-based lubricants with their Pocket Pussy, and that they rinse it with hot water and dry off with a microfiber washcloth. And because it is always best to let silicone toys air dry, SexShop3D designer Pierrimus designed a Male Toy Air Dryer that can be 3D printed at home.
SexShop3D primarily offers the sale of 3D printable files so users can 3D print their own sex toys at home without risking embarrassment by purchasing them at a store or having them mailed to their homes. Although don’t try to have them 3D printed at a UPS Store unless you’re into denial play. They also have a commission-based marketplace platform where designers can become sex toy creators for SexShop3D and sell their work safely and securely. All 3D files are streamed using Authentise, so designers don’t need to worry about their designs being stolen or duplicated, and anyone purchasing a toy can be sure that they are getting a working file that will easily print without any errors.
SexShop3D currently offers dozens of unique sex toy designs, including dildos, vibrators, butt plugs, bondage accessories, nipple clamps and even molds so you can cast your own toys in silicone. Some of their more unique designs include banana shaped dildos, tentacle sex toys and even an Eiffel Tower dildo. The toys can be 3D printed on any desktop 3D printer, and they have even provided instructions for making them safe for, er, internal usage. Discuss your thoughts on these sex toys in the 3D Printed Pocket Pussy forum over at 3DPB.com.
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