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Mario Water Pipe(Bong)

by hendo420, published

Mario Water Pipe(Bong) by hendo420 Feb 21, 2013
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Stay tuned, I will make one with the slides in his feet later :D

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Good luck, we're already ahead of you, and if you think you'll just open it and print them.... Lol well...... You'll learn. It takes several pounds and several months to get a sellable piece, it also takes months to learn the machine. You also have to fight with low heat plastics, which nobody will buy. Ull waste money, its also disrespectful to sell another atsits work. I had better not see them around here, I spent 10 years in school to be an engineer and learn Max/Maya. You will need polycarbonate if you wanna sell any at all. Again good luck thinking u can just print stuff, it doesn't work like that lol. This is why most of us don't post on thingiverse, this exact reason. We spend months just modeling them. And the fact that u think you can print this, shows your lack of experience, and thus showing in the pipes. I truly hope you modeled this yourself as well, or you may acquire some enemies in this community. Don't sell other peoples work bud.

Its not designed to be printed with plastic, the stem and bowl design are horrible for that, especially on a reprap. Its also too thin and will snap, especially if you use LayCeramic, and who the hell said u have to send the file to someone to get ceramic? if you have a printer get lay ceramic...... its not that hard. If you aren't competent with them ,I advise you sell it. these machines are for engineers and modelers, not the mainstream. even though theyre marketed to you, few people in the world can use them at all, and even fewer can use them to their full potential. Have fun wasting filament, even the modeler hasn't printed one yet, and this is exactly why. BEWARE stl files that havnt been printed and whose owners havnt posted a pic of it.... Theres a reason. Also note how nobody has made one.

I've read about ceramic 3D printing where you send the file to company. Do you think they would be able to print this even though it was designed to be printed with plastic?

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Mar 31, 2015 - Modified Mar 31, 2015

Its not designed to be printed with plastic, the stem and bowl design are horrible for that, especially on a reprap. Its also too thin and will snap, especially if you use LayCeramic, and who the hell said u have to send the file to someone to get ceramic? if you have a printer get lay ceramic...... its not that hard. If you aren't competent with them ,I advise you sell it. these machines are for engineers and modelers, not the mainstream. even though theyre marketed to you, few people in the world can use them at all, and even fewer can use them to their full potential. Have fun wasting filament, even the modeler hasn't printed one yet, and this is exactly why. BEWARE stl files that havnt been printed and whose owners havnt posted a pic of it.... Theres a reason. Also note how nobody has made one.

I moved to Colorado in Febuary. Its completely legal to smoke/buy/grow cannabis here now. In fact I just bought an ounce of Banana OG at Marisol Therapeutics in Pueblo, Co earlier today. Smoking on some of the best buds in the world. I have yet to get my 3D printer unpacked but when I do I'm going to introduce the local head-shops to my 3D printed pieces. :)

Mar 31, 2015 - Modified Mar 31, 2015
DevWolf - in reply to hendo420

Good luck, we're already ahead of you, and if you think you'll just open it and print them.... Lol well...... You'll learn. It takes several pounds and several months to get a sellable piece, it also takes months to learn the machine. You also have to fight with low heat plastics, which nobody will buy. Ull waste money, its also disrespectful to sell another atsits work. I had better not see them around here, I spent 10 years in school to be an engineer and learn Max/Maya. You will need polycarbonate if you wanna sell any at all. Again good luck thinking u can just print stuff, it doesn't work like that lol. This is why most of us don't post on thingiverse, this exact reason. We spend months just modeling them. And the fact that u think you can print this, shows your lack of experience, and thus showing in the pipes. I truly hope you modeled this yourself as well, or you may acquire some enemies in this community. Don't sell other peoples work bud.

This is great! F the haters!

What are the dimensions on this? How tall is it?

I just checked it in tinkercad. I made this b4 I got a printer btw so I havnt printed it. But its 262mm tall. If you want to print it I suggest loading it up in tinkercad or another 3d modeling program and cut it into two pieces. Or you can scale it down and make it fit your slide by making a new down pipe.

Posting what you want is freedom. People will always disagree with certain items. If they are not here, there will just be available underground. My 2c.

Seriously, Thingiverse takes gun parts away but posting paraphernalia is okay?

I disagree with the drug paraphernalia as well, but complaining about things you disagree with isn't productive.

I'd make a comment regarding the legalization of drugs as a possible reason for Thingiverse keeping these up, but then again firearms are legal as well. I think it boils down to censorship being, at its very nature, based entirely on the opinions of those doing the censoring. Thingiverse supports (mostly illegal but not always) drugs... and doesn't support (mostly legal but not always) firearms. C'est la Chosevers I guess.

Guns can kill people. Bongs just give people the munchies. Well if the right things are smoked out of them. Nothing illegal about a bong either. You can smoke any number of things out of them.

I'm not sure I'd smoke /anything/ out of a 3d printed bong. Wouldn't you be mostly inhaling burning plastic fumes?

I recommend a metal or glass bowl and a O ring to seal between it and the slide.

I've read about ceramic 3D printing where you send the file to company. Do you think they would be able to print this even though it was designed to be printed with plastic?

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