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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

Frankenstein needs a motor

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- Wed, 21 Aug 2019 16:40:16 EST JQda6AyJ No.79547
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That produces as much or more torque and has at least as much dynamic control as an 120 AV personal massager for female masturbation. The idea isn't actually to target the clitoris specifically as other grinders have discovered as the entire penis and forward pelvis can serve as a vibrator if done properly.

The problem is the intensity, I want to achieve the same amount of penetrating vibratory force as the machine, but since the volume of the surface that is vibrating is different, depending on the motor position a precise copy of the other motor may not be the right choice.

Essentially, you just have to make sure you can still get erect. According to another grinder who did this, it's actually quite pleasurable for the dude to turn it on as well as the woman.

The issue is putting any kind of 120v circuit in an implant is pretty much absurd but I want to test the limits of what can be. The motor is a "The motor SN3658–220-GHSF is a 6600 RPM, high voltage brush motor made by Igarashi Motors USA." I think the motor voltage is actually a bit higher like 170v.

So.. we have a willing guinea pig, and I know of a piercer who will put inside me, and I know I'll need medical grade bioinert titanium as well as sterile silicone. The other big problem is where to put the battery, but it can actually be located elsewhere as long as a wire can be run to it, but that also seems annoying.

I'm going to try to run up some basic ratios on motor torque vs battery life vs the kind of inductive charging PCB stuff you can get off shelf. The easiest part is the remote, which can probably just be made using an android integration kit for DIY electronics from amazon.
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Charles Charrytutch - Wed, 21 Aug 2019 16:49:33 EST JQda6AyJ No.79548 Reply
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It's my understanding that the other researchers who tried this used the pelvic bone to attach the implant to securely, otherwise, it doesn't really work as expected. That's a place I haven't gone, though. What I'm thinking is that we can go further. If properly transmitted using other structural features like piercings, you might be able to direct and control the vibration for glorious success.
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Charles Charrytutch - Wed, 21 Aug 2019 17:02:49 EST JQda6AyJ No.79549 Reply
"Hey why isn't the toolchain built!! Our business associates from a foreign industrial country are here!!"

Heh, heh, heh. And I never thought I'd find a use for my embedded device dev knowledge I'd enjoy again. Revenge, bitches.
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Charles Charrytutch - Wed, 21 Aug 2019 17:14:42 EST JQda6AyJ No.79550 Reply
ok if we're going real punk and we may have to it may mean adapting a simple haptic motor and a wireless charger for an android device. I may put a lot of hard drugs in my body but even I'm not that stupid, though, I'd much rather supply an OEM inductive power kit, OEM RF kit, OEM medical-grade medical device motor. Will post parts list and appreciate any ideas/feedback, and progress. Probably will test the thing out on a silicone dummy with a dildo attached to it.
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Charles Charrytutch - Wed, 21 Aug 2019 17:38:56 EST JQda6AyJ No.79551 Reply
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Inductive charging module specs -

https://www.adafruit.com/product/1901

Something similar to this, chassis must meet medical specifications, but limited voltage/amps. Still, now I can guess what kind of motor could be powered with a charger like that, and I suppose it's not sufficient. The other thing to consider is operating temperature, of course. 5.2v x 500mA = 2.6 watts. 2.6/746 and 2.6/480 still aren't that impressive, but not sure really what is necessary without experiments, either. 2.6/480*5252=28.4483333333

Assuming something like a pico vibe: https://www.precisionmicrodrives.com/vibration-motors/pico-vibe-tm-miniature-vibration-motors/

That's only 28.4483333333/9000=0.00316092592 pound-feet of force. Let's compare now to a hitachi. In comparison, this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00S4YUONC DC 12-24V 4700RPM High Torque Magnet Massager Vibration Motor

24v * 500ma = 12watt * 5252 =131.3/4700 = 0.02793617021

So basically 0.02793617021 - 0.00316092592 = 0.02477524429 more additional pounds of torque are desired at maximum setting, if at all possible.

Won't bump too much, but will once the dummy is constructed.
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Charles Charrytutch - Wed, 21 Aug 2019 18:08:19 EST JQda6AyJ No.79552 Reply
https://www.adafruit.com/product/1201
So at high it's 5v*500ma = (2.5 watt * 5252)/11000 (2.5*5252)/11000=1.19363636364 it's totally good for these purposes but seems a bit focused, seems almost too good, has the lower setting of 2v which would be 1 watt and still better, huh nb

anyway, that's very encouraging.
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Thu, 22 Aug 2019 00:33:46 EST uEs3Hpo/ No.79558 Reply
OP, can you post a link to the source of the info on the other person who was working on this? Also, if you're going to document some test versions and dummies, you should take some videos. I look forward to the progress as I find the idea of real time progress on a biohacking project occurring on 420chan exciting. We didn't even get this on /wc/.

>If properly transmitted using other structural features like piercings
Oh my fucking god, that's brilliant.

>>79550
also a good idea

>>79552
That is encouraging.
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Sun, 01 Sep 2019 21:00:13 EST c+7LqAw5 No.79570 Reply
OP, where u at?

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