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I failed at building a TT (Tiger Trap)

I failed at building a TT (Tiger Trap)

I’ve got all of the parts but I don’t have the correct tools.

I have the wrong kind of blunt saw and a Dremel with one drill bit that seems to be (with the wood I have) better suited to creating fire than creating a hole.

I basically have a 2cm Oak plank that I’m unable to cut through without buying new tools, including an electric drill.

I’m not sure where to go from here. I think I’m just going to try and find some kind of carpentry service on eBay, to cut and drill the wooden plates I need.

This is pretty depressing. I failed.

It’s quite the setback.

Lol. Try pine it’s much softer.

Originally Posted by MajicWand
Lol. Try pine it’s much softer.

Thanks, I’ve got some pine here but it’s more or less the same story.

I’m going to reach out through eBay and see if I can find someone to build me the wooden plates.

This is a real pain.

Okay, well, I just bought a saw, and am now looking at drills :/

Wasn’t really planning on spending another £50 to £60 on tools, but if I want a tiger trap I guess I have to. :/

My first attempt was a bust too. It’s a lot of trial and error, and I was downright embarrassed by the mistakes I made on my first one. But you learn from your mistakes.y second attempt came out WAY better. I just used 3/4” OSB and some door molding. I did have the right tools however. Give it another try, you’ll get it.

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Originally Posted by raybbaby
My first attempt was a bust too. It’s a lot of trial and error, and I was downright embarrassed by the mistakes I made on my first one. But you learn from your mistakes.y second attempt came out WAY better. I just used 3/4” OSB and some door molding. I did have the right tools however. Give it another try, you’ll get it.

Thanks for the encouragement, it’s most appreciated; was feeling really down about not being able to get it together.

I’ve got a new saw on its way to me now so hopefully should be able to cut the pieces to size. If that goes okay I’ll probably pick up a drill to finish the job, but going to wait and see if I can get the pieces cut first. I’ve not got a carpenter’s bench or anything like that so I’m really just improvising.

A dremel is too fast for a drill bit; no matter what material you use it on it’s just gonna get hot.

I don’t really know what a Tiger-Trap is, so I’m only grasping at straws here.
Hand saws are pretty cheap. You’d be amazed at what you can cut with a coping saw and that should give you plenty of flexibility to do various projects.

Where are you located?
Do you think you could just borrow tools from a friend or neighbor?

Originally Posted by raybbaby
My first attempt was a bust too. It’s a lot of trial and error, and I was downright embarrassed by the mistakes I made on my first one. But you learn from your mistakes. Y second attempt came out WAY better. I just used 3/4” OSB and some door molding. I did have the right tools however. Give it another try, you’ll get it.

Are you using it on your workouts? If so, how? And what are the gains you had?

Originally Posted by eivbisi

Are you using it on your workouts? If so, how? And what are the gains you had?

I have used it, but I am not currently using it. I do not want to derail this thread, the subject should remain construction of a tiger trap. Your username says new member, and I would steer anyone new to PE away from using a tiger trap, as it is high intensity, high risk for injury. I mean, look at that picture. It looks like a medieval torture device. I wish the OP the best luck in building himself one. Muahahahaha.

I failed my Tiger Trap so badly I only had one half of one.

I felt like everyone must have gotten it right on the first try. I had a friend saw all my wood and did my drilling on my floor on carpet. So yeah…it gets basic.

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Originally Posted by Phil210
A dremel is too fast for a drill bit; no matter what material you use it on it’s just gonna get hot…

Thanks. :)

The Tiger Trap is an implement/tool for an advanced kind of PE. It’s for people who have stalled in their gains. If you read Xeno’s progress thread it’s detailed there: Finding xeno: a penis tale

Can’t really borrow any tools as I live a pretty isolated life and I don’t know anyone that would have that kind of thing. :/

But I have ordered a saw. One of these:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BAHCO-24…5 e:rk:32:pf:0

I’m hoping it’s going to do the job, but no idea as to how suitable it is. I’m just going by how it looks and it looks like it should work; also it’s new so I’m guessing it should be pretty sharp, which the saw I have here definitely isn’t. Using it felt more like wearing through the plank rather than actually cutting it.

The thing is I don’t have a bench to cut it on so I’m just going to be improvising.

Originally Posted by raybbaby
Your username says new member, and I would steer anyone new to PE away from using a tiger trap, as it is high intensity, high risk for injury. I mean, look at that picture. It looks like a medieval torture device. I wish the OP the best luck in building himself one. Muahahahaha.

Lol. I was putting together a kind of blue-print for what I needed, in paint, to send to a carpenter I found on eBay, and I just got to the point where I was thinking: what the hell am I going to tell this guy if he asks me what it’s for? My blue-sky thinking came up with: a device for holding a small animal still….and then I’m like: No, that’s even worse.

But yeah, to be honest I can’t wait to start torturing my cock for the girth gains; if it wasn’t for the fact that the delay is letting me get more accurate measurements, and monitor results from the cable clamps, I’d be frustrated as hell.

Originally Posted by thoughtfulgold
I failed my Tiger Trap so badly I only had one half of one.

I felt like everyone must have gotten it right on the first try. I had a friend saw all my wood and did my drilling on my floor on carpet. So yeah…it gets basic.

Stay with it!

Thanks :) I’m going to get it done, it’s just that it’s taking more time and expense than I’d budgeted for.

I’m actually building one that’s just half the size, so as to target my mid-shaft.

It’s going to be part way between a TT and a TTr. Basically it’s going to be a TT with only three teeth, two at the bottom and one at the top.

I’m looking at these to drill the holes, I’m not sure if the cheaper one will do it, but trying to keep costs down as much as possible as I’ve no idea when I’ll ever need to drill a hole again, so not really looking to invest in anything expensive.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/18V-Cord…bdYLO:rk:3:pf:0

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/TERRATEK…RF F:rk:1:pf:0

Probably just going to go for the cheaper of the two, as long as it holds together long enough to do this one job I’ll be happy.

Originally Posted by Mr. F
Basically it’s going to be a TT with only three teeth, two at the bottom and one at the top.

I’m excited to hear how your project is going. But when I read the line I quoted above I got concerned. Are you going to be using it like that, with one tooth on the top? Isn’t there a dorsal nerve there that needs to be protected? It’s been a while since I read about the Tiger Trap, but I thought he used it sideways, applying pressure only to the sides and never to the top.

Please let us know how things are going.

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