Fucking Machine Basics

In this section I will cover the following:

- Types of Fucking Machines and their common uses

- Benefits and shortcomings of each type of machine

- Build planning including budget, materials, etc.

- Fucking machine parts and terminology

 

     Types of Fucking Machines

             There are two broad categories of fucking machines that you should know: vibrating machines and trusting machines. 

For those of you who don't have that kind of money, there is a popular toy called a wand vibrator which is much more affordable and works extremely well... When placed on the clit, these small vibrators can elicit a very strong response.  These wand massagers can sometimes be too strong for women; I've read of some women wrapping the head in a hand towel to lessen the vibrations. 

There are a number of attachments available for these vibrators, including attachments meant for penetration. 

The Alternative...

Type 1: The Vibrating Machine

These are so simple I almost hesitate to include them in the category of machines, but there are some VERY elaborate vibrators out there and they certainly deserve credit.  Just look at the Sybian as an example! They retail for well over $1000 but I hear they are worth every penny.Some people also refer to these machines as "squirming" machines...  There isn't any in-and-out action, but the attachments can "squirm" inside the user. I've never actually seen a Sybian used, but I've seen some videos from the web featuring these machines.  The women seem to be enjoying themselves.  

 

 

 

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Type 2: The Thrusting Machine

These machines are what people will traditionally think of when talking about building a fucking machine.  The action tends to be simple: in and out.  Given this action, I refer to these machines as "thrusting machines".  Sure, you can vary the speed of the thrust and change the stroke length, but the linear action is the same. 

You may be asking why do some machines cost about $250 and some cost over $2000?  Easy!  It is all about the options!  The overall quality of the components can influence the price of a machine, and you can add bells and whistles to inflate the cost further. 

 

Here are some common factors in price:
1)  The quality of the motor.  Is the speed of the motor variable, allowing the user to change the speed while he or she is using it? 


2)  What is the machine made from?  Is the frame of the machine made from aluminum or wood?


3)  What is the drive-line made from?  A drive-line consisting of a liner shaft and pillow bearings will cost $150 more than a simple industrial drawer slide.


4) How is the speed of the machine controlled?  There are a number of different ways to control the speed of the machine, and some work much better than others... 

The Budget Question
One of the first questions I always get asked is, "So what does it cost to build a machine?" That is actually a tricky question since it relys on so many factors which we will discuss.
 
When I start to work with a client, I find out their intended use and then tell them to pick two options from the following:
- You can have it cheap.
- You have have strong components.
- You can have a powerful motor.
 
A very basic linear machine can be built for around $200 and can go up to over $2,000.  Do you need to build a $2,000 machine to have a good time?  No.  I think a great machine can be built at home for well under $400 and will be a much higher quality machine than you could buy on eBay for the same price. 
 
 

 

 

Here are a few thoughts on the overall cost:
 
- The motor and drive line (the parts that take the rotational motion of the motor and converts that action to linear, or in-and-out, motion) are the most expensive components of the build. A quality motor will cost around $100 if your find a good bargain (see the tip below). You will also need a speed control unit to make it work properly.

- Think eBay for as many components as possible including the motor, speed control, bearings and dildos.  I also offer a number of common components in my store. I also have all of my components ready to ship (eBay parts can take 3-4 weeks to arrive).

- Do it yourself for the most economical approach.  If working with metal you may need to find a local welder to lay down a few beads for you, but it can be done for fairly cheap these days. I have also worked with local waterjet companies and have found them very friendly towards the random home-based project. Just tell them you're making a Halloween display (that is what I do!)
 
- If you are paying for a completed machine, be prepared to pay for the manufacturing costs or professional experience. When I build a machine for a customer, I will build in a profit margin that covers my time, wear and tear on tools, material costs, etc and also pays for my experience/expertise. I am able to charge less than most though since I do not do this as a full time occupation. I would put my builds up against any other builder, but I'm fortunate enough for this to "just" be a hobby I love.

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