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For those who have been following me for a while, you will know that I moved my operation (that sounds grand) into a rented office space last year. This was due to having space issues working from home.
I then moved into a bigger office as my empire grew too large for the old one. Three 3D printers in a small office will do that.
This year sees me yearning to expand again, this time into a workshop type of environment to work with my 3D printers in a better environment. I also want to build a laser engraver (yes I am a sucker for punishment) for some future projects I have in mind.
Well, it seems like I just keep getting busier and busier. This week saw me breaking through the magic 100,000 page views a month metric, and that has really cheered me up.
I have been laid up with pneumonia for over a week now feeling rather sorry for myself, I think I am on the way back to health again now, but it has left me so run down.
So as you can imagine I was delighted when I checked out some statistics about my site and realised that finally, after five and a half years I have hit 100k page views. Thank you to everyone who has stuck with my rambling posts for all this time.
I am delighted to be able to bring you a Christmas competition with a difference. While not being seasonally or even politically correct, I do have something for penis owners out there that will put a massive smile on their faces.
Forget stuffing the Turkey, I have something much more fun to "stuff".
Get yourself off in style with this amazing masturbator called THE BOOTY CALL from the fantastic John Thomas Toys.
They let me know and suggested making a quick unboxing video to test the new camera out. I thought that was a great idea and so I told them to go for it.
Well, I thought it was high time to give an update on my 3D printer enclosure at my office. Having just spent a week in hospital (long story) I am well behind where I would like to be in the build, but basically, it is all operational.
If you missed the first post in this series you can read it here - 3D Printer Enclosure.
I am waiting on the doors coming from a supplier that is cutting them to size for me (I pray that I measured them correctly).
I have magnetic reed switched to use on the doors so that if you open the main enclosure doors (either side), it will switch the LED lighting on to 100% white light so I can see what I am doing. Closing the doors resets the lights back to what they were doing before the door was opened.
The LED lighting is fitted, with a 72 RGB LED strip in the top shelf area and also one in the main enclosure, and they look incredible when the printer enclosure is powered up.
I can select different lighting colours or have it slowly cycling through the entire colour spectrum. It even has some cool modes called breath and heartbeat. I will post a video of those when the doors arrive.
I am a sucker for a project (or two). I love tweaking my 3D printers to get the best possible quality I can out of them, and I have learned so much through doing so.
My next printer project is going to be constructing an enclosure for two of them. This will tidy my office up somewhat, but also it will allow me to experiment with printing with some other materials.
I am going to be printing in PETG first, and then I will be experimenting with ABS as a material for my products. Both of these are more difficult to print than my usual PLA with ABS having the most challenges to overcome.
So read on to find out why and how I am going to tackle this project.
Well, I have done it again. After a rather erotic dream about using e-stim on a bound and gagged submissive, where I was using a bipolar cock loop on it, I decided to sketch what I was using in the dream.
Now obviously this isn't a groundbreaking new design and other similar designs are available on the market. None of them can be printed and made yourself if you have access to a 3D printer.
Of course, I can step in and make one for you if you don't have access to a decent 3D printer.
I have been designing and making 3D printable electrodes and more importantly, electrode insulators for over a year now.
Over that time, my skills and knowledge about not only designing these items but enabling the designs to be easily printed on hobby-level 3D printers have improved considerably.
I still release my designs to the community for free personal use as I am a big believer of giving back to the community.
I also sell ready-made insulators and the funds from these products helps me run my site and also upgrade my equipment so that I can create even better and more intricate kink and e-stim products.
I have upgraded my Ender 3 printer to a direct drive system, it is now controlled by a 32-bit processor making it better in almost every way.
One of my reasons for upgrading from the standard bowden drive system for the filament to a direct drive system is so I can use some really nice materials.
So, here's the premise, you love e-stim. Stimming is one of your favourite ways of getting off, the hands-free orgasms blow you away, and you want to share your excitement about this masturbatory practice with your partner.
But how do you broach the subject without scaring them off? That is the million-dollar question and one that I will be discussing in this article.
For those not aware, urethral sounding is the practice of inserting objects often called sounds, stoppers or plugs into the urethra (or pee hole).
This area has lots of nerve endings, and while it may raise the hairs on the backs of some people's necks, others love sounding their urethra. Indeed kits containing different sized sounds can be found online to enable you to experiment with this form of sexual activity.
"Electro-sounding does have risks associated with it but they can be pretty easily mitigated against. Sounding feels amazing and adding e-stim to it is a logical progression."Joanne
Like all activities, electro-sounding does have risks associated with it, and it is essential to understand them and how to mitigate against them. So let me tell you all about e-stim sounding.
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