Let it Rip !!!!
It would be so sick to have a 3D printed beyblade competition
I just tried to print this last night and the top fell over part way through. Maybe I need a larger brim https://www.myminifactory.com/object/3d-print-zip-top-spinning-top-14005
EDIT: Now that I've finished the print, it is a bit different than the one in the video, but very similar design. The one I linked has everything in one STL file, so I ended up using Autodesk Meshmixer to separate out the top model into its own STL (Import model > Edit > Separate Shells > Export) so I could print it without reprinting the other things that printed successfully the first time. I just printed it on a raft and it worked fine, but maybe just print with a larger brim to start and it would be okay.
Get this man to the top he has what you all need.
This is the future of beyblades
I know right? Tomorrow I’m modelling a beyblade
I also printed and spun a massive top on my glass bed. It shattered.
Oh no. I was afraid of something like this, and was too cheap to buy an official glass bed. So I had bought a piece of mirror and glass cutter from a hobby shop. It's worked great!
Nice. Please share STL.
Is this the trailer for Inception 2?
No. It's the whole movie.
Nice but I wouldnt do it on my heatbed. Even there will be no damage. My bed is holy
Mine as well...
Any STL about???
Great work! Would be also interested in the stl files. 😃
STL or it didn’t happen!
Print a hemispherical cup at the tip, and glue in a ball bearing.
Nice, but its got nothing on my steel one i made in highschool. 5 min, because, i used hard hard steel as the tip, presfit in. (Old drill bit shaft ground to a point)
But 3d printed
balanced, like all things should be.
Impressive and I can also tell you did a great job leveling your bed 😊😊😊😊😊
This is the kind of thing that could get you out under house arrest a few hundred years ago.
Well, if it spins for more than 2 minutes then you might be in a dream...
If you want it to balance itself, make a race inside smooth, and put a couple dozen small bearing balls embedded so they have room to spin around the whole circumference. Any imbalances will pull more balls to that side, it'll eliminate the wobble.
We use the same method to balance big chunky off-road tires on trucks that are too heavy for standard wheel weights that you would normally stick to the inside of rim. We chuck a handful of bearing balls and they sling to the "lightest" side, quickly, perfectly balancing the wheel long as it's over a certain RPM.
I bet you could steal that idea and get another minute of spin out of it.
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Someone please help with an STL. OP don't hog it
could or can?
Just thought about waiting for this at the end of Inception...
Definitely need a STL for this! Totally awesome
This looks like a 3D rendering of a top from the early 2000’s. Super cool!
Did you yell beyblade beyblade let it rip?
I used to have a toy helicopter that you launch the same way
That is a big assed top. How do you maintain heat with a print that size ?
You should print it with a pocket for a small ruby ball and use that as the contact point. Thing would probably spin 5 mins
But can it beat Dragoon?
Very cool! And I see you printed this on an anet et5? How is the cooling working for you?
Reminds me of when I was a kid. Nice job.
Are we going to all be making cheap Beyblades © with our 3D printers at home now???
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Attach a whistle to that bad boy
Let it rip!
Nice I'm curious on how the mechanism of the launcher and rip cord are designed for it. I made a spinning top based on Okami last year, but couldn't figure out how to model something like that, so it's just spun by hand.
A simple rack and pinion ought to work.
What was the infill amount on the top itself? Just trying to get an idea of weight.
LET IT RIIIIIIP
One heck of a Stamina-type if it can last 2 minutes
Where are the spikes?!?! Lol
Might try to dig my beyblades out of storage and try to make some compatible parts
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