Spin Top

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Spin Top by mariothemagician Feb 6, 2013

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I designed this on Tinkercad. It works great! The Top itself opens so you can store your string. The mini table is an add-on to display it. :)


Everything was printed without supports. I did use rafts when printing the actual spin top. The top itself closes in tight, so If you want to use it as a string holder, lightly sand the rim of the top part before pushing the pieces together. This Top works great indoors!

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Maverick Thank you so much! :) !

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most fun and durable thing i have printed so far. Awesome

Seems a bit light for playing Hmong spinning top, but I love the nesting aspect.

Yes!! it definitely is. I forgot to mention indoor use only. The tip is plastic so spinning outside might wear it out. Ive been spinning it on a wooden floor and it works great! :)

Then again, if you lose and your top is broken you can just print out a new one.

I think that's probably my favorite part :)