About this Product
Product SKU: PP2323
3D printing is the game-changing technology of the future. These days, you can 3D print almost anything, so why not take that technology and apply it to water pipes?
Much like you would build a house with layers of bricks, 3D printing works with the same idea. A computer takes a virtual model of an object and builds it through layers of molten plastic with laser precision. It's very similar to the way 2D printers create a layer of ink on a page, only the layers build to form an object.
Kayd Mayd's Giza Bubbler puts all the advantages of this incredible technology on full display. The durability of a silicone piece combined with the robustness of a glass piece and a stylistic flair unlike anything you've ever seen before.
The material is extremely durable and shatter resistant, meaning this bubbler will be reliable through anything life throws at you.
It includes a glass diffused downstem and a glass herb slide, made in the USA and available in assorted ornate colors (color may vary).
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Made in the USA 🇺🇸American Made Product
- 3D Printed
- Color may vary from photo
- Extremely durable & shatter resistant
- Female Joint
- Includes Bowl
- Removable Glass Downstem
Included in Your Purchase
- Kayd Mayd "Giza" 3D Printed Geometric Bubbler
- Matching Dry Herb Bowl
- Free, Fast Shipping (in the US)
- Discrete Packaging
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
- Expert Product Support
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How It's Made
Glass Spoon Pipes
Despite their straightforward nature, making hand pipes requires a large amount of training and experience. Glass artists start with a tube about four inches long and decorate it with a variety of techniques such as fuming, linework, etc. Next the artist starts to create the shape of the pipe by stretching the neck and forming the mouthpiece. The artist then carefully blows into the end of the tube to expand the glass and shape the bowl. They then push the bowl and pop the carb before placing it in the kiln to finish!