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3D Printed Beyblade: 10 Best Curated Models

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by Zachary Hay
Feb 5, 2020
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Want to have a Beyblade battle but don't have any spinners? Check out these far-from-fictional 3D printed Beyblades!

3D Printed Beyblade

What Are They?

Beyblades have inspired several TV shows, including Beyblade: Metal Fusion
Beyblades have inspired several TV shows, including Beyblade: Metal Fusion (Source: Fanpop)

Beyblades are extremely popular spinning toys that were first released in Japan 20 years ago. Since then, they’ve become a global phenomenon, with kids and adults alike playing with them.

Their release comes alongside that of the manga Beyblade, which was originally meant to promote the sales of the toys but eventually sparked almost 20 years of anime series.

Some of the models below are original designs, but others are pulled straight from the shows. 3D printing has allowed fans the unique opportunity to create Beyblades that aren’t commercially available, so you may be able to print your favorite character’s Beyblade, even if you can’t buy it.

How They Work

Beyblades are essentially spinning tops that come in several parts, including a tip, a metal wheel, a plastic wheel, and a screw – known as the face – that holds everything together. They also use a special launcher that lets them spin at high speeds.

Often, Beyblades come with special arenas that you can spin them into. This is used to host Beyblade battles, where two tops are spun into the arena to see which can knock the other over.

Many creators in the 3D printing community have taken on the task of creating Beyblades for 3D printing, leaving many models to chose from. Some are exact replicas of specific Beyblades, while others are simplified versions that spin just as well.

Whether you want to make a custom Beyblade, print your very first, or add to your collection, this list is for you! And if you like something but don’t have the equipment to print it, you can always turn to a 3D printing service. Craftcloud, the 3D printing and price comparison service from All3DP, offers real-time prices from a global network of professional partners. Find the one that’s best for you!

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Beyblade Dragoon S

Mcup2's Beyblade Dragoon S
Mcup2's Beyblade Dragoon S (Source: Mcup2 via Thingiverse)

This model is an exact replica of the Dragoon S Beyblade, and it’s still a relatively easy print. Like the original, it prints in five separate parts that are easily assembled.

This Beyblade was used by the hero Tyson Granger in the TV series to win countless battles. Using the Dragoon S, Tyson defeated Ray Kon and rose to become the best battler in the world.

If you’re looking for a realistic and easy-to-print model that’s been proven to work, this is the one for you.

Who designed it? Mcup2

Who printed it? Six Thingiverse users successfully printed this Beyblade, along with the creator. It’s also been downloaded over 15,000 times.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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Customizable Beyblade Burst Evolution

Littlefiver's Beyblades are customizable
Littlefiver's Beyblades are customizable (Source: Littlefiver via Thingiverse)

These designs are completely original, although all the parts are still fully compatible with other Beyblades. The top is also customizable, and you can put anything from a logo to your name on it.

If you’re looking for a fun, customizable Beyblade, print away. This would make a perfect gift for a Beyblade fan looking for something out of the ordinary.

Who designed it? Littlefiver

Who printed it? Six other Thingiverse users have shared their customized prints of this model, so it’s probably a project worth taking on.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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Simple Two-Piece Beyblade

This model is an easy print, and it comes with a launcher
This model is an easy print, and it comes with a launcher (Source: Aykut Coskun via MyMiniFactory)

This model is a very simple Beyblade that prints in two parts to be glued together. It’s a very easy print, and as an added bonus, it comes with a launcher.

If you want a simple yet fun model or are just looking for a model with a launcher, look no further. You’ll get the full experience since you can launch this off at high speeds, too.

Who designed it? Aykut Coskun

Who printed it? This model has been downloaded over 60 times and been successfully printed by the creator, which probably isn’t surprising considering that it’s a simple, fun model.

Where to find it? MyMiniFactory

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Cyber Driger

This model was based on the unreleased Cyber Driger model
This model was based on the unreleased Cyber Driger model (Source: Matt3ry via Thingiverse)

This Beyblade is based on the unreleased Cyber Driger model, meaning that it was previously unavailable to the public. The creator designed it based on the model from the TV show wielded by Salima.

It was made to be very realistic and likely identical to what the toy would be like. Thanks to 3D printing, you can now be one of the few who fight with the same Beyblade as Salima.

Who designed it? Matt3ry

Who printed it? The creator successfully printed this model on his Flashforge Finder. Apart from that, it’s been downloaded 1,000 times.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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Bey Spinner

This premium model is for sale on Shapeways
This premium model is for sale on Shapeways (Source: Tim Erkelens via YouTube)

This model is a quality design that looks great and is easy to print. It’s a fairly expensive premium model, though, so make sure you can put the speed and durability to good use if you’re going for it.

If you don’t mind spending some money to get this model, this designer Beyblade may be for you. Then again, it doesn’t have the heritage or backstory of Beyblades from the original TV series models, so fans looking for some nostalgia should try a different one.

Who designed it? Tim Erkelens

Who printed it? Although you need to purchase this design, it’s fully printable and the designer even showcases his print of the model in a video.

Where to find it? Shapeways

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Original Beyblade

This model is an original design but it could fit in with any plastic Beyblades
This model is an original design but it could fit in with any plastic Beyblades (Source: Mcup2 via Thingiverse)

This Beyblade is an easy print, but it still mimics real Beyblades. It’s designed to work with a launcher as well as be assembled and disassembled.

If you want to print a full Beyblade but want a quick and easy original model, check this one out. It won’t awe you with details of a TV series spinner, but it still has all the right bells and whistles.

Who designed it? Mcup2

Who printed it? This Beyblade has over 3,000 downloads.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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Driger Slash

This model is a very accurate reproduction of the Driger Slash
This model is a very accurate reproduction of the Driger Slash (Source: Matt3ry via Thingiverse)

This model is a 3D printable version of the Driger Slash Beyblade. It’s meant to be very accurate, and the creator even included instructions on how to print the stickers to make it as realistic as possible.

It’s based on the Beyblade that Ray Kon used in the TV series in countless battles. It was this very Beyblade that he used in his epic battle against the Dragoon S.

If you want a model that will look and function just like the real thing, and you’re willing to put in a little time to make it look just right, this is the model you’re looking for.

Who designed it? Matt3ry

Who printed it? This model has been downloaded by more than 1,700 Beyblade enthusiasts looking to add this model to their collection.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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Beyblade Spinning Toy

This model is a middle ground between tops and beyblades, as it has a simple design but still launches like a Beyblade
This model is a middle ground between tops and beyblades, as it has a simple design but still launches like a Beyblade (Source: michal9294 via Thingiverse)

This model prints in one piece, making it an extremely easy and sturdy build. It works with a regular Beyblade launcher, but the creator has also provided files that allow you to make your own. You can also experiment with changing the density of this model to get longer spin times.

If you want a quick Beyblade print, or if you just need a launcher, print away!

Who designed it? michal9294

Who printed it? This model has been downloaded almost 1,000 times. After all, it’s a fun and easy print that anyone can enjoy.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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Beyblade Spinner & Launcher

This basic Beyblade-style top works with its own launcher
This basic Beyblade-style top works with its own launcher (Source: motstr via Thingiverse)

A basic Beyblade-style top, this design is small, making it a quick print that won’t use too much filament. Just note that it does still require its own launcher.

This isn’t exactly a TV-accurate model, but if you want something without too many moving parts, for example for small children, this might be your model.

Who designed it? motstr

Who printed it? Although only the designer has shared pictures of his print, the model has been downloaded over 1,000 times.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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Draciel Shield

This model is a replica of the Draciel Shield Beyblade
This model is a replica of the Draciel Shield Beyblade (Source: Matt3ry via Thingiverse)

This model is also based on an actual Beyblade, but it has some special features. It’s meant to withstand attacks, complete with a special 3D printable tip that allows it to spin better.

In fact, this is a replica of the Beyblade that Max Tate used in the show. With its special tip, Max became a world-class blader, defeating any enemy that stood in his way.

If you want a champion Beyblade that will win you every battle, try this model out.

Who designed it? Matt3ry

Who printed it? This model was printed by the creator with amazing results, and it’s been downloaded by nearly 2,000 Beyblade fans.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

(Lead image source: Littlefiver via Thingiverse)

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