Chinese Sexbot Maker Embraces 3D Printing

first_img Geek Pick: Juku 3Doodler Create+ Is A 3D Printing Pen SetWatch: Rocker Tries to Break World’s First 3D-Printed, Smash-Proof Guitar It was only a matter of time before sexbot makers commandeered 3D printing.One of China’s leading colloid model makers, DS Dolls has reportedly adopted additive manufacturing to make parts for its human-like mannequins.As reported by the Daily Star, the advanced technology helps boost production speed and efficiency, allowing DS Dolls to mass produce sexy cyborgs for customers around the world.“DS Doll is using the 3D printer to make many parts for the robotic doll prototypes,” according to “Sam” (no last name provided), who works for Cloud flagship European reseller Cloud Climax.“They are using this technology to improve the speed and processing times for making improvements to the doll robots,” he told the Daily Star. “Whilst previously casts would need to be made and them moulds, we can now input and print in a much faster time.”3D printing dates back to the early 1980s, when additive manufacturing equipment and materials were first developed. Fast forward some 30 years, and the technology has transformed the manufacturing, medical, food, and fashion industries, among others.The U.S. Marines embrace 3D printing as a quick fix; NASA plans to deliver printed parts into space; and MIT is printing color-changing accessories.DS Dolls, meanwhile, uses 3D printing to develop and stamp out specific, uniform shapes so “all parts will be 100 percent identical,” Sam said, tipping “less wastage and lower development times.”The firm can also scan full human bodies and prototype parts for replication.“This type of technology is excellent for creating new doll bodies and faces, as they can be developed from a real human,” Sam explained to the Daily Star. “It is inevitable that this technology will become a large part of making robotic products in the foreseeable future for DS Doll.”The company constructs 400 custom models each month; its premium-range mannequins sell for around $5,000.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on targetlast_img

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