3 Best FDM 3D Printers for Making Sex Toys
Instead of spreading Amazon affiliate links all over my website, I’m going to collect all of them on a few pages. On this page you’ll find some 3D Printers that I think could be useful to some just getting started in making dildos.
If you just getting started and need a 3D printer to print your masters for your dildo designs, I would recommend going with an FDM printer. They are pretty easy to use and they are relatively inexpensive.
I have an AnyCubic VYPER as well as a Prusa MK3S+ and for the price, the Anycubic Vyper is a great deal.
I don’t have any experience with the Creality printers but a lot of folks in the indie toy making community have them and like them.
If you’ve heard the interview with ShopDad, he recommends always buying 3D printers in pairs. That way you have an extra machine that you can grab parts from while you are waiting for the replacements to arrive. That might be a little extreme, but he’s not far off! (Worst case scenario you can print twice as many masters in the same amount of time.)
Here are some options for 3D printers I would use if I were getting started today: (if you can’t see the images, try turning off your ad blocker!)
Instead of spreading Amazon affiliate links all over my website, I’m going to collect all of them on a few pages. On this page you’ll find some of the various supplies that I think could be useful to some just getting started in making dildos.
(If you can’t see ALL of the images, try turning off your ad blockers)
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