Three months ago, I launched a website called www.DIY6bot.com with the goal of simplifying the world of sexbots. My first creation was a custom board for the SR6, called the SR6MB, which quickly gained popularity. Since then, I’ve developed three custom boards, the SR6MB, OSR2 Nexus, and OSR2 Nexus Pro, all designed to make your life easier by eliminating the need for external components like powerbuses.
If you’re looking to purchase an OSR2, I offer prebuilt options that are built around these custom PCBs, which cuts costs for me and makes the end price much cheaper for you. In my shop, you’ll find everything from 3D printed parts for the SR6 and OSR2, to hardware parts, electronics, prebuilt kits, custom PCBs, and much more. And if you have a specific request, I’m happy to offer custom work as well.
When you order our prebuilt bots, you’ll receive a power supply, USB-Type C cable, and desktop mount all included. You have the option to choose between a regular OSR2 with only 2 axes or one with additional add-ons like pitch and twist - it’s up to you!
Yes, I will be creating a prebuilt kit for the SR6, which will be based on my custom PCB, the SR6MB. However, this will have to happen in the future for now.
In terms of how I can offer lower prices, it is because of the custom PCBs that I use. They allow for faster and more cost-effective production of the bots, requiring fewer parts in the end and save time as well.
I’m eager to see that SR6, was ready to buy it from USA but for a France delivery there is way too much taxes and delivery cost.
Please make an AIO premium package with heater, lube, twist and all
Just like some competitors shop
In my builds, I typically use 35KG servos and a custom PCB, which allows for easy plug-and-play of any additional upgrades. Each build I create comes with a D-Sub connector, making it simple to attach any modifications I sell, such as a heater with an aluminum tube instead of the heating pads that are usually placed directly onto the plastic.
Ultimately, the choice is up to you as the customer. Mosaic and I sell the same machine with different options.
Hello! The Nexus is built using the Arduino 32U4 chip and offers a simplified way of creating a basic machine without features such as a screen and Wi-Fi.
On the other hand, the Nexus Pro is based on the ESP32, which has 8MB of flash memory. This provides all the features of a standard ESP32 module, including speed, Wi-Fi/Bluetooth, a screen, and the ability to easily update the software due to the 8MB flash memory. In the near future, the 8MB version will allow for firmware updates to be performed through a GUI on the browser, rather than requiring the board to be flashed every time.
I hope this clarifies things for you. If you have any further questions, please let me know!