Sex Machine Building Guide
There are sex toys, and then there are sex machines. And until recently, there have been a few key differences. Sex machines are typically either large floor-standing contraptions or attachments for power tools like reciprocating saws. You can buy them in kits with assembly required, or jury rig them yourself in your garage.
Velvet Co. Thruster Sex Machines
We’re Velvet Co. We started with the designs of an aerospace engineer who made a career producing aircraft components. Our sex toy called The Thruster was the first of its kind, made to deliver powerful vibrating thrust in a handheld cordless toy.
If you enjoy penetration, we’d appreciate if you’d give The Thruster a try. And if you’re set on building your own sex machine, here’s how you’ll want to do it.
Set Your Budget
Before ordering all the materials and learning the steps on how to build your sex machine, it’s important to set a budget. Generally, you can spend as little as $200 for a low-end machine and up to $20,000 if you are looking to build a high-performance machine.
Materials You'll Need
One of the first steps you’ll need to figure out when learning how to build sex machines is the materials and parts you’ll use. There are a few basic materials you’ll need, which are available online through retailers like Amazon and 80/20. If this is your first time building a sex machine, you may want to look at a few tutorials to get some inspiration. Depending on the design and performance, you can choose higher quality materials. The following materials will allow you to decide on how performant or stylistic you want your machine to be:
Motor for Sex Machine
Pushrods and Bearings
Assembling the Sex Machine
Now that you know the different parts you’ll need, let’s dive a little deeper into how to build your sex machine. To save money, you can purchase the essential materials we’ve listed from an online retailer. You can then get the more basic nut and bolt pieces from a local hardware store.
Assembling these parts is rather easy and only requires basic hardware tools including wrenches, screwdrivers, and an electric drill (if you plan on drilling holes through the flywheel).
Alternatives to DIY Sex Machines
If you’re not ready yet to learn how to build a sex machine entirely on your own, or are looking for a more convenient alternative, handheld thrusters may be a good option. Recently, a few advanced handheld thrusters have come to market which deliver up to three inches of thrust and 140 strokes per minute. Velvet Co.’s Classic Thrusters are similar to sex machines in the amount of thrusting power they deliver, yet are battery-powered, allowing you to conveniently them anywhere.
Velvet Co.’s Thrusters
Velvet Co. has taken the best elements of a stationary sex machine and made them more personal. The Velvet Thruster Mini even comes with a suction cup, so that you can still experience the full penetrating pleasure experience handsfree.
So now you have a choice. Turn our guide on how to build your own sex machine into one of your very own, or build on the work of other engineers. When it comes to your pleasure, whatever it takes!