DIY E-Stim Equipment

DIY E-Stim Equipment (13)

Making your own electrodes or e-stim equipment is not as daunting as you think. Here are a collection of articles and projects that I have done. DIY kit is a great way to save some cash, but make sure you are maing safe equipment. This is especially important when it comes to control boxes.

Here is the back story to my e-stim electrode designs

Why do I design my e-stim electrodes? This is a complex question that deserves some explanation.

Years back, I saw a post on smartstim (I miss that place) where someone explained the reasons for wanting to insulate the top surface of a cock loop. That intrigued me, and I started to look into the idea and reasons for it in great detail.

It made sense that insulating the top half on a cock loop placed around cock and balls could increase pleasure. But, the recommendations as to how to go about it left a lot to be desired.

You can create one of these penis e-stim protectors for yourself with the design by Ted.io.us

I am delighted to share a design for a shield cup created by the very talented Ted.io.us over on my E-Stim Discord Channel.

What is the ESSC or E-Stim Shield Cup? I am glad you asked; it is a 3D printable cup designed to cover and protect a penis and its attached electrodes while stimming.

It can be worn under clothing to conceal what you are doing. To be honest, it looks impressive in use, as you can see from the picture kindly shared by Ted.io.us.

If estim cock play is your thing then I have designed something you may enjoy

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.

Hands-free orgasms are why I make my electrodes

I have been blown away by the positive feedback I have been receiving about my e-stim electrodes, in particular, the cock loop insulators and bi-polar cock rings.

For anyone who is new to my blog and my e-stim products, I started designing my electrodes and insulators about a year ago. Over time I have refined the designs, and I offer them for free on my site.

I do produce them for people who do not have access to a 3D printer, and recently I have been working with a company in London to create some of my designs in very hard-wearing Nylon instead of the usual PLA.

Vacuum pumping combined with e-stim sounding, one hell of a kinky DIY project

A post on smartstim about vacuum sounding got my interest, and I decided after reading some of the comments that I should document building such an electrode to help others make one.

So, credit to miralicious90 on smartstim.com for his fantastic idea and 3D design. I love his simple design, but I have decided to push it a little.

In this article, I am going to take you step by step through the process of making your own DIY penis vacuum enlarger coupled with an e-stim sounding electrode. So you can make your cock bigger and harder than ever before while sounding and using e-stim at the same time.

If that sounds like fun, then read on. See just how easy it is to create something like this yourself.

"Bloody hell, this is one serious piece of kit. The feeling of your cock swelling and the sound sliding into you is extremely intense and once the e-stim control box is switched on it blows your socks off. It is an amazing experience, and one hell of a ride."

Joanne's Stunt Cock

This is quite a long article and so here are some quick links if you want to skip to a particular section.

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  • Brief Synopsis In this article I give you a step by step guide ot making your own DIY vacuum pump e-stim sounding electrode.

Conductive rubber is an often overlooked material for making cheap and highly effective e-stim electrodes

It is its simplicity that makes it such a good choice for homemade DIY electrodes.

Conductive rubber is actually conductive silicone, and graphite powder is mixed in with the silicone. As it cures the graphite particles touch and allows a current to flow through the previously insulating silicone.

Initially created for the pharmaceutical industry as a way of reducing static in hoses it has found a kinkier use within the e-stim community.

Rough use and stretching reduce the life of conductive rubber as it breaks down the bonds between the graphite particles.

Penis play made easier and better with a 3D printed cock loop insulator

I had so much fun making my Bumble Bee Tri-polar estim electrode, and my Curly Wurly Bi-polar Electrode.

So, after seeing a fantastic post by miralicious90 on Smartstim.com where he designed an insulator for his cock ring I thought I would have a go at that too. After many trials and errors, basically because I am still a bit of a techno-muppet where 3D design is concerned I eventually designed this. I introduce to you the 3D Printable Cock Ring Insulator.

Image showing Joannes 3D printable cock ring insulator design
Behold, Joanne's 3D printable cock ring insulator

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  • Brief Synopsis I have designed an easily printed cock loop insulator for better e-stim penis play

For Teasing Your Outer Labia

I had so much fun making my Bumble Bee Tri-polar estim electrode, and my Curly Wurly Bi-polar Electrode. So I was delighted when the very talented e-stimson on smartstim.com got in touch with me to tell me that his latest design was now live.

I just love his electrode designs, they are created to be printed out at home using a 3D printer and some basic materials. His Curly Wurly design is a favourite of mine, and I had so much fun building it myself. I couldn't wait to get started on this one, the Panty Pleaser as I am calling it.

Image showing e-stimsons's design for a bipolar labia shield electrode
I just love this render by e-stimson of his labia shield design

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  • Brief Synopsis I enjoyed printing and making this bi-polar labia shield electrode and this is how I made mine.

For Intense Vaginal Or Anal Penetrative E-Stim Pleasure

This is e-stimsons's design for a bipolar insertable electrodeAfter making my Bumble Bee Tri-polar estim electrode, I was contacted by the very talented e-stimson on smartstim.com as he tweaked my design for me making it even better - thank you.

He also came up with this fantastic design for a bipolar insertable electrode for anal and vaginal use. I was immediately intruiged, and he gave me a copy of the design files so that I could 3D print and make one for myself.

This article is going to cover the build of this electrode as there is quite a lot going on with this one, it is much more difficult than my Bumble Bee Electrode for a number of reasons.

Firstly, the design is complicated with screw threads and spiralling channels which will need to be printed with supports. This is to compensate for a 3D printers inability to print an overhang over about 60 degrees. These supports are used to support overhangs such as the ones found in the spiralling groove, and they mean much more post print work is needed to remove them and clean up the model.

So a lot of sanding will be needed to smooth everything out once printed.

The next problem is 3D printed objects by their very nature are porous, and that is a bad thing for insertable objects as you have to seal the surface to prevent bacteria and mould growing inside.

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  • Brief Synopsis I build my own DIY bipolar e-stim electrode and this article shows you how to do it step by step.

This reviewer and power tools just don't get on

You can find the first article in this build diary in My Stereostim Estim Control Box Build Part 1

This project has been on the back burner for a while now for a number of reasons. Firstly time has been an issue for me, with so many new products arriving for review it is pretty much flat out on that aspect of my site. You could say that I am a victim of my own success.

The second reason is that I well and truly messed up when trying to drill the front panel for the control box. There was I thinking using a pillar drill would be easy but I was doing something wrong. Maybe the wrong drill speed or whatever. In any case, the mess I made of the panel put a real downer on things, and I turned my attention to my reviewing. Vowing to get back to the build when I had a solution for the panel.

I now have one such solution, regular readers will know that I now have a 3D printer (an Ender 3 to be precise) and that has been a godsend for me with this project.

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  • Brief Synopsis I have started my Stereostim build and this is the second build update

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