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Plumbus

by toms3dp Dec 5, 2016
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I always wondered how uhh.. plumbusses got made.

Hahaha, best Plumbus design I found so far! Good job Tom. Love your channel!

Whatever the heck a "Plumbus" is, I found its physical properties to be a bit offensive.

I do not know what you mean. But if you think this is a adult toy, it isn't. Here is the manual.

https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/rickandmorty/images/7/7d/Plumbus_Owners_Manual.jpg

It's called sarcasm. I was joking :)

it was hard to tell that your original comment was sarcastic

Damn, luckily you know how to use it ... the right way...

i cannot print the chumble. it just creates a column of melted plastic for me. several attempts using different slicer settings and filaments.

also, i love your youtube channel!

Did you rub the fleeb juice?

The chumble file is broken. says file is unreadable. any chance you might know the issue?

i cannot print the chumble either. it just creates a column of melted plastic for me. several attempts using different slicer settings and filaments.

Hi, I've added a simplified version of the Chumble! It still needs support to print well, though

Great model! I liked that you added you the "veins" and it looks the most organic of the models on thingiverse. Great pictures and well made video as well. Thanks for the model. Will be printing soon.

the tail with the ball is missing

it's on the Grumbo

Greetings Tom, is this the wrong place to ask you question about printing settings on dual extruders?

I was wondering so hard what a plumbus actually is while watching the video.

This helped me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMJk4y9NGvE

I always wondered how they made those!

Love the utube channel. Keep up the good work. J

I was going to ask Mr. Meeseeks to design this! :) nice job!

Super cool idea and fun part to 3D print! Thanks Thomas for making and sharing the files of the Plumbus :)