Anyone made their own VENTED anal plug for long term wear? Please let us know how you did it.

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Anyone made their own VENTED anal plug for long term wear? Please let us know how you did it.

Bignuf Bignuf
Okay, here's the problem. I wanted some "vented" anal plugs for long term comfortable wearing, out in the world, years ago. There was only ONE marketed plug that had a "vent" (no gas build up behind the plug) and I did not like the size, look or feel of that plug, so I made my own. However, I had some CHEAP jelly toys I experimented with first, till I found a high speed, metal carbide drill bit that cut through Jelly with VERY clean edges and no destruction of the surrounding toy. I "cored out" a few jelly plugs and all was happiness.

THEN, after reading much about HEALTHY material on EF Forum, I got RID of all my Jelly toys a few week ago. NINE shopping bags full...out in the dumpster. SO...now I am replacing everything with SAFE material toys....BUT, first, I have no CHEAP Silicone or other "safe" toys that I can destroy, literally, experimenting with drill bits and seeing which I can work with, and second, I just destroyed a nice, expensive silicone plug using that same drill bit I had used for the Jelly plug. OUCH, DARN.
It twisted up material inside the plug (apparently it is NOT "identical" all the way through, although it says "solid silicone" and it left a horrible, ragged hole with ragged edges. No way to smooth it out that I can see, either, without making the material ROUGH, instead of smooth.....SO HELP.....

Anyone have any experience working with this silicone material and know a good way to drill, work with, cut and POLISH IT to smooth?????? If I could simply drill a clean bore hole to vent it, that would be great.

I just don't want to ruin another $45 to $200 toy!!!!

THANKS for any sharing of experience or advice on this.
10/06/2011
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ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Never tried myself but awhile back Gunsmoke showed a dil he bored a hole in for a bullet. He use a bit similar to this-


They are called Speedbore and you can find them at HomeDepot. I will say he did not get a smooth hole though. Not sure what could be done to smooth it out either, maybe a Dremel with a metal grinding bit could work. I would think at long as you get the tip smooth it would be usable, you just have to boil it for cleaning.
10/06/2011
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
Never tried myself but awhile back Gunsmoke showed a dil he bored a hole in for a bullet. He use a bit similar to this-


They are called Speedbore and you can find them at HomeDepot. I will say he did not get a smooth hole though. Not sure ...
THANK YOU...Home Depot, here I come. I got some tiny smoothing wheels for my HARBOR FREIGHT grinding tool, and am going to try that on a corner of a silicone toy to see if that can or cannot smooth it out.
10/07/2011
ScottA ScottA
Silicone is very difficult to machine - use very sharp tools with cutting edges everywhere you want to cut. Most drills nowadays are "twist drills" and scrape the sides rather than cutting.
10/08/2011
ScottA ScottA
Quote:
Originally posted by Bignuf
THANK YOU...Home Depot, here I come. I got some tiny smoothing wheels for my HARBOR FREIGHT grinding tool, and am going to try that on a corner of a silicone toy to see if that can or cannot smooth it out.
Grinding usually doesn't work well on silicone, and even when it does it leaves a lot of cracks that make cleaning hard. Stick with sharp cutting tools.
10/10/2011
ScottA ScottA
I'm curious about how much of a difference this would make. For me, when gas arises it seems to work out around the plug just fine, and it would seem that a plug with a hole in it might have a problem with clogging.
10/10/2011
Antipova Antipova
I've been drilling silicone a bit lately (practicing on some of Doc Johnson's platinum silicone line (this was on sale for 60% off a few months back), and I actually had success with a 9/16" plain old drill bit. I think it was successful because it was so small---and also because I was using a drill press instead of a handheld drill. The machine has much better control than I do.

Good luck! (And, heck yes Harbor Freight! You're awesome, Bignuf!)
10/10/2011
Mr Dj Mr Dj
I have an anal toy called comthy plug or something like that, and it has a factory made vent, but I really don't like it. First, it's made out of rubber. Second, it's very small, but the diameter is 1.5", doesn't feel as good as other plugs inside my ass. Plus that vent, idk what to think..
10/13/2011
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