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EDC Fidgety spinning toy

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EDC Fidgety spinning toy by luwe Oct 13, 2016
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I designed this on 123D.
Print with 100% infill
22mm bearing fits snug, no glue required.

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Fits a 608 skateboard bearing really well if you place the print and bearing in just boiled water from a kettle and then fish out the two bits after 5 to 6 seconds and slide the bearing into the print. Beware the print will be flexible, but once all the bearing are in you can heat again and then place something flat on it for a few seconds until it cools straight. I found heating the bearings too helped as a cold bearing cooled the print down too quick while trying to fit it in. ;)

Great spinner design. Perfect for my 2 year old too as he's got small hands and a lot of designs are too wide. Thanks for creating and sharing.

Feb 9, 2017 - Modified Feb 9, 2017

What size is the bearing hole in the model? Is it just 22mm like the bearing? I am designing spinners and I've heard yours fits well. If you could tell me that would be great!

The V2 file has a bearing hole diameter of 22.1mm, this seems to generally fit a 22mm bearing nicely. I've tried 22.2, but that leaves the bearings a bit loose on my printer a least.

Dec 11, 2016 - Modified Dec 11, 2016

The bearings fit really good but the finger button is the teeny tiniest bit too small.
Am I supposed to print 2? and maybe put a dab of glue in between them? That's my next move tbh

Yeah, you print 2. They should fit in an 8mm center snugly so no glue necessary.

I had this problem as well. I have 8mm center bearings and the caps were not snug.

Nov 30, 2016 - Modified Nov 30, 2016

This is only my second spinner, but I love this design and nice open licensing. Great job!

Santa is going to give these to all my friends and family for Christmas.

I've printed about a dozen different spinner designs in the past week, and this one is my favorite hands down.

Nice take on the tri spinner. I dig it.

Thanks!

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