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Need help making a Rotating Massager Answered

Need help making a Rotating Massager with  a LONG HANDLE. We can get 'vibrating' massager with long handle but not able to get a rotating massager, for back etc. Need to have a high power rotating massager for body massage, but cannot get one in the market. Appreciate if we can make with materials available in the hardware store etc. The  motor should run with simple 230V AC supply like ordinary massagers do. Any help greatly appreciated.

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mpilchfamily

4 years ago

I think it's safe to say he is not in the US. 230VAC is the standard mains voltage for most of the globe.

Why do you need a rotating massager? Unless your talking about those massagers that have a pair of wheels that do a deep kneeding message. You can find back massaagers like that all over the place.

http://www.wayfair.com/Prospera-Kneading-Massage-C...

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rshyammpilchfamily

Reply 4 years ago

Please tell me the specs of the motor that can be used, is it a.c or dc motor and specs please

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rshyammpilchfamily

Reply 4 years ago

Well it dont solve the purpose as i need it for applying an oil. It needs to be like rotating for best results, like in the images. I got those want more powerful and durable and 'with long handle' ::: like the 2nd nd 3rd images, they are vibrating massager, i want one rotating ones

ManipolBodyMassager_1374742578.jpgpowerful massager.JPGlong massager.JPGLong handle massager.JPG
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mpilchfamilyrshyam

Reply 4 years ago

So you need a low speed buffer with oil dispencer built in?

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rshyamrshyam

Reply 4 years ago

Thanks for the reply Though (mpilchfamily) !

I was thinking if i could fix a Strong handle to my existing massagers !

How to ?

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If i want to make a massager from scratch i wanted to know as to what kind of motor does it use, ac stepper motor or something ?

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Qcks

4 years ago

Uh...
where to start...
220 is the standard utility voltage in the USA. It requires special wiring and a certified electrician, and possibly a home inspection, to be done up in a home here.

After that... there are generally safety reasons why something isn't available on the market. Oscillating motors (vibrating) typically use less energy, Which means less energy goes into the person if something goes wrong. If that's because there's a short, or if there's a small abrasive particulate, it does not matter.