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Straddle Saddle Sybian Style Vibrator Introductory Price $50.00

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3D model description

WARNING: THIS IS A MECHANICAL DESIGN THAT COMES INTO CONTACT WITH THE HUMAN
BODY…. BUILD THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK!!! (FURTHER WARNING DETAILS AT THE
BOTTOM)

This project all came about when I was looking up the most expensive 3D models in the
“Naughties” category.

That is where I discovered Boris’ redesigned version of the “Sybian®”. I was definitely interested
in having a $1,400 sex toy for about $150. A youtuber recently told me one of his viewers’ wife didn’t
approve of him purchasing a 3D printer. I wondered if he could 3D print a $1,400 female toy for just
$100-$150 if she would be more inclined to approve of the purchase.

Keep in mind the Sybian® is designed with both a clitoral and vaginal stimulation. My device and
others only stimulate clitorally. But that hasn’t stopped women from having the best orgasms of their
lives using only the clitoral stimulation. You can watch multiple examples of Howard Stern using
it(clitoral only) on his celebrity guests on Youtube.com

After I purchased Boris’ design I was disappointed to discover (after paying almost $80) the heart of the
machine(the cam) would have to be custom ordered and made my a machinist in a machine shop on a
lathe. The pulley would have to be custom machined and threaded as well. But I appreciate Boris’ design
as an inspiration and did not request a refund. Instead I started to wonder if there was a way to 3D print
a work around to the “cam problem.”

I went ahead and printed all the other 3D printable parts including the molds. Then I went to work on
designing a work around for an elliptical cam that could be 3D printable. After many, many hours the
more I designed the work around the more I found ways to improve the entire design. One by one….
improvement by improvement… I ended up not using any of the original design, as I found ways to
make every part fit my personal preferences.

What I came up with I’m pretty impressed with… and especially my lady friend really likes it a lot.

Changes I made:

1. I designed the internal frame to mount to the inside ceiling of the 

housing instead of mounting to the base. This gave me a lot more freedom to mount the internal mechanism inside
any housing I chose. This “ceiling design” allowed me to not have to change the height of the design base every time
I wanted to use a different housing with a different height from the floor to ceiling. The internal
mechanism just bolts to the roof. You can simply change the length of the drive belt so it reaches the
motor mounted on the floor. Depending on the housing dimensions you could even mount the motor to
the top of the housing as well. NOTE: I do not know what motor you will choose to use… so yo will have
to come up with a motor mounting solution on your own!

My design was intentionally designed so it could fit inside a metal (reinforced) mailbox you can buy at
the big box stores.

2. When I decided to redesign the cam I also wanted the pulleys 3D printable. 

I also chose to go with a T10 tooth gear profile to be 100% sure the belt I used would never
slip.
T10 belts are incredibly strong and durable, but they are a little stiff and want to hold their round
shape, so there is some rolling resistance. I may in the future change the tooth profile to a
timing belt that is
more flexible… but again using a T10 profile left no doubt about the belt securely driving the cam.

One nice thing is you can order T10 pulleys right off amazon if you prefer a different pulley/gear
size. In the future I may cut the width of the belt in half since they are so strong.

3. The cam and pulley are one symmetrical 3D printed piece and is center mounted, so 

a more slender housing can be used.

4. I wanted to be 100% sure the materials used in contact with the human body 

were well tested. I noticed that the Sybian®… the Motor Bunny… the Multiple Orgasm
Machine(aka MOM) all used the same latex attachment cover, so I designed my attachment
base to work with Sybian® and all the other
3rd party latex and silicone
covers. The advantage is two fold, first you can purchase ready
made 3rd party silicone
covers. This means they are safe and you have a wide choice of
designs to choose
from. I found other interesting attachments on Etsy as well.

5. The vibrating base is designed in such a way as to connect to the internal 

mechanism/platform using just two risers with bolts running down the center. I did this so you
can 3D model and attach your own vibrating shapes. You can also change the distance from the
internal mechanism/platform and the upper external vibrating base, by simply changing the hight
of the risers/pillars and the length of the threaded bolts. So if you have a thick walled housing
you can easily design a solution. The truth is if you know how to (in 3D slicer software) sink the
risers below the virtual surface you can change
the height of the riser easily that way. This simplified design makes it so you can 3D model
your own
vibrating bases and easily connect them to the internal mechanism… in case you
have some designs you’d like to try. I have included the basic Sybian® style base and
risers, plus an angled/lifted clitoral enhancement that you can use regular 3rd party Sybian®
covers (no need to purchase an additional clitoral attachment).

6. The Sybian® and Boris’s design use springs to support the back end of 

the orbiting internal platform. I’ve also seen someone online use a piece of flexible reenforced
water hose to support the platform. Because my design mounts to the ceiling I decided “simple”
was better and just provided holes in the internal platform, so you can attach to the platform to
the top of the housing. This allows it so you can change the lift of the platform and the amount
of flex it has easily,
by making the cord longer or shorter and change the flex by changing out the thickness
of the bungie cord.

8. I have designed several different motor drive pulley’s so you can use different motors with 

different motor shafts. If you have a
different size motor shaft you should be able to drill it out the center to the size you need. The

different size pulleys also allows you to change the
ratio between the drive

pulley on the motor and the one on the and the main internal mechanism.

Again If the pulleys I designed don’t fit your needs you can order different ones off of

Amazon.

9. I opted for a design that only uses bungie cords to levitate the back end 

of the vibrating platform. This way you can adjust the “spring” in both the up and down
directions of the platform by simply changing the tension of the bungie cords holding up the
rear end of the internal platform. Just drill some holes in the top and bottom of your housing and
thread the bungie cord
through and tie one end to the platform and the other to the housing.

Building “The Machine”

Here are some suggestion on the design… but again… this is still a prototype… design it at your
own risk!

I designed this to be printed and assembled in the simplest and most affordable way possible.
I designed it specifically so you can order all the parts on Amazon. Some of the pieces I bought
at local stores.

I bought my mailboxes at Lowes… with my design I was able to successfully build “The
Machine” in three different housings(mailboxes). Make sure the mailbox will hold the weight
you put on it. Plus you don’t have to use a mailbox, you can design your own housing. I’ve also
seen “curved plywood” for sale online.

For cushioning the outside of the mailbox I used one of those foam floor mats that help people
who are standing on their feet all day (not the diamond plate design, but it is in the same
section). Choose whatever works for you.

To cut out the holes in the top and back of the mailbox I used a Dremel for one design and
I used a hole saw for another design.

BOM

2- 608 skate board bearings

1- T10 timing belt 16mm wide. I can’t tell you the length as I don’t know the size of the housing
you will be using. Just purchase this last after everything is built. Then use a string to
measure the size of belt you will need to connect the cam gear to the motor gear. The nice
thing is T10 belts are 10mm per tooth so if you need a 46 tooth belt it will measure 460mm… or
vice versa.

2- 20x27x4 Metal Shielded Sealed Ball Bearings 6704-ZZ

1- 8mm(or US equivalent) threaded rod to go through the 608 skate board bearings

10-8mm(or US equivalent) Nylon lock nuts

4-8mm washers

3- bungie cords

1- Housing (your choice)

1- Motor (your choice) + nuts and bolts and proper mounting parts

1- Sound insulating material to make it quieter. MAKE SURE YOUR MOTOR DOESN’T
OVERHEAT DURING USE!

There might be a few of pieces I can’t remember

Important build note: when you drill holes to mount the internal mechanism to the housing...
you must bend the holes in the top of the housing so they are perfectly perpendicular to
the bottom of the
housing… otherwise the bolts running through the housing won’t point straight down, instead
they will angle inward and will twist the shaft and bearings and will cause a lot of resistance
and the bearings may make a squeaking sound. If you get the holes and bolts to point
straight down the mechanism will rotate perfectly.

Tools you will need:

Safety Glasses and gloves
Various drill bits
Hole saw or Dremel with cutoff disks
Utility knife to cut holes in the housing cover(mat) and to cut sound insulation for the mailboxes
internal walls

WARNING: I am not a professional engineer. I am not a doctor. I am not a scientist. I am not
an electrician. If you choose to build this design you do so at your own risk!!!

It is impossible for me to think of all the potential risks that are possible, but here are some
things to consider…

  1. This is a mechanical device. It could break. Please consider using external materials that are more likely to

bend or tear instead of something that could break into sharp pieces and or projectiles.

  1. Certain materials don’t play nice with others… ie. Silicone and water based toys and lubricants. I have no

idea what 3d printing filaments work well with silicone… latex and other materials, do your own homework.
3. I am not an electrician. Due to the nature of the device, the machine and the user could

come into contact with lubricants and bodily fluids, to avoid electric shock and personal danger,

is extremely important that you ground and insulate all electrical components and the

device’s housing. Also consider using fuses and an emergency stop button.

  1. People’s weight can vary greatly and depending our the housing and materials you choose,

they may fail if not designed for the weight of the person using the device.

  1. With my first prototype I tried using an angle grinder as a motor for the device. The RPM of

the grinder is about four times too fast in my opinion. Using a device this fast is almost

guaranteed to cause the device to self destruct quickly in an unsafe manner. Please consider a

drive motor that is much much slower. Please choose a motor that has a variable speed

controller and on that will never start at full speed.

  1. Depending on your design the device may generate a lot of heat. It is important that you test

and ensure your design does not get dangerously hot.

  1. There are many more risks I cannot think of so build and use this device at your own risk!

  2. Depending on the motor, gear ratios and speeds you run the drive motor at, this design

could be run at a dangerous speed that the human body isn’t designed to handle.

I am also not responsible if you turn into a magician and this device saws your wife in half.

I am not responsible if your wife leaves you and takes this machine with her

In all seriousness don’t take yours and other people’s safety lightly!

Side note: After all this design work I decided to release it to the public because I didn’t
want all this work to be wasted on just one person. One thing I’m looking to get out of
releasing this model (besides recuperation some of the money I’ve spent) is to see what
combinations of component assemblies other people come up with. I want to see what motors
and speed controllers people incorporate that work best. I originally wanted to design a unit that
is powered by and electric skateboard motor. This would allow the vibrator to be portable… no
need for a power outlet… and could be controlled with a wireless remote controller. PLEASE SHARE
YOUR SOLUTIONS FOR MAKING THE DEVICE THE BEST IT CAN BE!

3D printer file information

  • 3D design format: STL Folder details Close
    • Straddle Saddle Cam Wide Bearing Offset.stl
    • Straddle Saddle Large T10 Pulley.stl
    • Straddle Saddle Lifted Attachment.stl
    • Straddle Saddle Moving Platform Left Bearing Cap.stl
    • Straddle Saddle Moving Platform Main Body.stl
    • Straddle Saddle Moving Platform Right Bearing Cap.stl
    • Straddle Saddle Outer Frame Bearing Cap Left.stl
    • Straddle Saddle Outer Frame Bearing Cap Right.stl
    • Straddle Saddle Outer Frame.stl
    • Straddle Saddle Straight Attachment.stl
    • Straddle Saddle T10 Pulley 13 Teeth.stl
    • Sybian Riser 45MM.stl
    • Sybian Riser.stl

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  • Last update: 2019/01/15 at 05:02
  • Publication date: 2018/10/15 at 09:22

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