110 Fidget Spinner Designs To 3D Print – Part I

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110 Fidget Spinner Designs To 3D Print – Part I
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Fidget Spinners suddenly emerged this spring to become the biggest gadget trend of 2017.

Part of the craze around any fidget spinner is they are about as simple and inexpensive as can be. Basically, these are small, ball-bearing devices you can rotate between your fingers, which means they don’t require gross body movements; The challenge of tossing, transferring and twirling the spinners has spawned an entire universe of instructional YouTube videos.

The momentum of the toy provides a pleasing sensory experience, according to users reviews, and many sources even claim fidget spinners provide potential relief for some people who suffer from anxiety and attention deficit disorders. Depending on the version you get, the fidget spinner could keep spinning for a few minutes in your hand, either placing it on a table and put it to spin away. However, not everyone is a fan of the fidget spinner; Schools in several states have already banned the toys, claiming they’re “too distracting for classrooms”.

Personally, I found them really funny and visually distracting so I can not tell whether a fidget spinner is a relaxing tool or a Toy.

The Spinners List

You can buy most versions for less that $5 (although some made with copper or other metals can be much pricier). But, why purchasing when you can 3D print it?
Better start trying with one of the designs in the list below and tell us your experience!

Print your own fidget spinner and use it while you’re working, hanging out with friends or trying to relax!

I included some videos showing how fidget spinners work so you can easily make a choice of your favorite. Every single design in the list comes with a briefly description and a link to download the printable file(s). Most of them have free download version (you’ll find most free version designs on the second half of the list below).

I must clear Not all designs are 100% printable. There are some parts needed that are not 3D Printable so I’ll let you guys know in that case. Other few are designs available on Amazon.

1. Adafruit Hand Spinner

A very cute fidget spinner  made by adaFruit, this spinner is a basic toy meant for mindless fidgeting. It’s also very helpful for people with ADD / ADHD and even anxiety according to many sources.

AdaFruit Spinner
Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable

Other material

2. Anti-Anxiety 360 Spinner

Focus Toy for Kids and Adults is the best at reducing stress. It comes with a metal and gold case and blue bearings. Available on Amazon.

Anti-Anxiety 360 Spinner
Buy it HERE ($14.99)

3. Axle by Destroyer Brands

Not designed to be elegant. Not designed to spin forever. Simply designed to be the ultimate fidgeter. Finish it off with a Bada** beastly look.Design Based off of the The AXLE Fidget Spinner.

 

Axle Destroyer Spinner
Download printable file HERE

Some of the holes for the bearings will need sanded to fit. Comes with caps also. You can also make changes to you liking. The Autocad File Can Be found at
https://grabcad.com/library/fidget-spinner-gears-dc-s-customs-1

If files turn out tiny then scale by 2540% to convert the file units to inches.

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Radial Ball Bearings 608 zz

 

4. Ball Bearing Fidget Spinner Toy

Cool and simple spinner made by Keshyden using a standard 608 skateboard bearing printed with Hatchbox ABS with gives a tight friction fit for the bearings.

Ball Bearing Fidget Spinner
Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Radial Ball Bearings 608 RS

5. Batman Hand Spinner

This Batman spinner designed by TenDutch came from Gotham city and posted under the attribution license this design is ready for being printed and sell it, just remember to give attribution.
Download printable file HERE

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Radial Ball Bearings 608 RS

 

6. Beyblade Fidget Toy

Let’s print this mechanism to turn our spinner a Beyblade made by Eugene Pentland, there are two options to downloads to print, choosing between the BearingCover_Pointy, BearingCover_Flat, as well as the Spinner_NoGrip or Spinner_Grip. Every other part is required for printing. The pointy and grip model is so that it can be used as a top, while the flat and NoGrip are using for holding it in the hand.

Bayblade Spinner
Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Made using Bones Reds bearings, but any 22 mm diameter bearings will fit inside.

 

7. Bio-hazard Tri-Spinner

Biohazard Spinner Toy with Caps made by Addictive Fidget Spinner. This spinner is made with a quality 3D printer using PLA plastic. All bearings are pressure fit and will stay in.

Biohazard Spinner
Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Bearing option Dark Wolf Abec 9

 

8. Cog Triple Spinner

This little hand spinner offers you something to fidget with that’s silent, so as not to annoy those around you. Made by LoveWaflle This hand spinner is just like the classic hand tri spinner, but with some tactile enhancements on the end.

Cog Triple Spinner
Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • standard skateboard 608 bearings
  • Bearing option Dark Wolf Abec 9

9. Customizable Hand Spinner

Fidget spinners are all the rage! all the fidget spinners are designed only for very specific sizes of bearings, that’s why agweber decided to create one with customizability in mind. Use the customizer on Thingiverse to put specifications for the bearings you want to use, the number of legs of the spinner, and how long the legs are!

Fidget Hand Toy
Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Adjust the parameters to fit the bearings you have at hand.

10. Dirt Resistant Tri-Spinner

The classic one hand spinner design, made with sturdy injection molded plastic. is very smooth to the touch and resistant to dirt (at least that’s what the manufacturer says). Bearings are high-quality ABEC-9, plus and optional bearing cap.

Buy it HERE ($7.95)

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • 3 Ball bearings ABEC-9

11. Dual Wave Spinner

Simple and minimalist hand spinner design with some smooth curves by Morrow_TBS. It requires only three bearings to operate and the smaller size should add some variety to the spinning style, made by simple folks who enjoy spinning in a simple way.

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • skate bearing holes 22.1mm in diameter

 

12. EWR Spinner Fidget Toy

Currently one of the best selling fidget spinner toys on Amazon, it’s made bt EWR products. It has a hybrid ceramic center bearing and three steel bearings in the outer spokes. It comes in a very simple design, yet it provides incredible spin.

Buy it HERE ($17.95)

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Black Spinner Fidget Toy
  • Premium R188 Bearing + 3 Black Outer Bearings

 

13. Fidget Hand Quintuple Spinner

Made by Iniertie_3D. Here is a quintuple spinner used with 1 standard 608 skateboard ball bearing (Ø22mm) in the middle and 5 M14 Hex nuts on the outside.

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Standard 608 skateboard ball bearing (Ø22mm
  • 5 M14 Hex nuts on the outside.
  • add optional M3 Hex nuts (x3 on each nut holes max).

 

14. Fidget Hand Spinner V.1

A Spinner made by Mcl0vin. This is a planetary gear train. You can download this spinner on Thingiverse the body is modified so the gears don’t rub, you can print this with a .3mm nozzle and will come out great.

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • 1/8″ acrylic for the gears
  • 3/16″ acrylic for the body
  • Standard 608 skateboard ball bearing (Ø22mm

 

15. Fidget Hand Spinner Toy

A simple Hand Spinner Fidget Toy For Ball Bearing 625z made by 3DIYOriginal this spinner is only for ball bearing 625Z and the slicer settings for this print are:
Layer Height: 0.15mm
Infill: 100 %
No Supports
No Rafts
Don’t Scale

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Ball Bearing 625Z

 

16. Revolver Fidget Spinner

Designer made the bullet caps separate from the main body of the spinner because he couldn’t get a good print from it. Just super glued them onto the spinner. For the thumb grips, he used Dished Fidget Spinner Caps.

Published on Thingiverse by iTzOminousTic.

Revolver Fidget Spinner
Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • 608 Bearing.

17. Fidget Toy

A simple Spinner toy you can 3D print, this design was made by Cema_92 and you can download it from thingiverse the slicer options are the next.
Spinner and bottons :
Filling density : 20%

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Bearings 625z

18. Knurled Fidget Tri Spinner

Second fidget spinner made it by CarretTheWhat a ton of fun to play with, the design was made in OpenSCAD, so the original parametric model can be easily modified. This version of the Tri-Spinner has knurling all around the sides to make it a little easier to grip with one hand. This spinner has a peg cap, which allows you to grip the spinner with a pinch grip, and also spin it like a top!

Tri Spinner Knurled
Tri Spinner Knurled

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • 4 Bearings 608.

 

19. Giggle Hands Stress Reducer

Perfect toy for Fidgeters. Flick and spin for hours (at least that’s what the manufacturer says) with just one or Both Hands.

Made by Toy & Games

Buy it HERE ($5.29)

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Core 608 Hybrid Ceramic Bearing with ZrO2 Balls For Incredibly Long Frictionless Spins

 

20. Glaive Spinner from Krull

I think you are remembering those moments when you were watching Krull one of my favorites movies of all time. this design spinner widget is no the exception, so if you are looking feeling nostalgic this is the right spinner for you. Made it by bLITzJoN, so you don’t have to insert your hand into molten lava just be ready to 3D print.

 

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

 

21. Hand Spinner

One of the many version of Hand Spinners made by Luciobea.

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Bearings used 608zz or 608rs

22. Hand Spinner

Just another hand spinner/fidget toy/whatever you want to call it. It is designed to fit four 22mm OD ball bearings. Made by XYZAidan

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • 22mm OD Ball bearings.

 

23. Hand Spinner Warped

3D Printed Hand Spinner made with 20% infill. The holes for the bearings are purposely tight. Use a hammer and slowly tap them in. Once in they should move at all. The outside caps are optional, the center cap is also tight again use a hammer to gently tap it into place.

Made by nath5.

Fidget Spinner Warped
Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Silver ABEC 9/ABEC 11 Bearings For Skateboard

24. Holisouse Tri-Spinner

High performance, this sinner is injection molded from ABS Plastic, Stronger and Environmental Material, not easy to break when compared to ceramic Bearing.

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Silver ABEC 9/ABEC 11 Bearings For Skateboard

 

25. Mini Ninja Star

Compact revision of the original BG.3D Ninja Star Spinner: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1814282
Print flat with or without a raft.

 

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Requires 4x 608zz bearings.

 

26. Naruto Shuriken Hand Spinner

Badass Naruto 3D Print3d Shuriken. This spinner is perfect for cosplay. Made by GreekGadgetGuru.

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • VXB 608 ZZ Skateboard Bearings, Double Shielded, Silver.

27. Pennywise Hand Spinner

HauntFreaks Designed this spinner.He saw most of currently spinners were wasting 3 bearings, just for weight, so he made “PENNYwise”  and it uses 15 pennies (37.5g total) (5 in each arm) seems to spin pretty well.

 

Download printable file Here

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • VXB 608 ZZ Skateboard Bearings.

  • 15 pennies (37.5g total) (5 in each arm) seems to spin pretty well.

28. Porda Tri-Spinner v3

Made by Porda, it is his third and favorite tri-spinner. The bumps on the outside are fun to run your fingers along as it spins.

 

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • VXB 608 ZZ Skateboard Bearings.

  • 15 pennies (37.5g total) (5 in each arm) seems to spin pretty well.

29. Syha Hand Spinner

Fidget Spinners with a simple and clean design.

Made them with Fusion 360 by diogorsergio.

 

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 Ball Bearings (8mm core, a 22mm outer diameter and a 7mm width).

30. Spinning Fidget Toy

Fun mindless spinning toy made by pizzatheif

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 Ball Bearings.

31. The Newton

Though it might not look like it, this fidget spinner maintains a center of mass at the center bearing. Try it out and discover that it still spins smoothly!

Made by pcrowlz

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings. A higher quality ceramic 608 bearing is recommended for the center.

 

32. Idle Hands

Made by hodginsa. Here is a fidget spinner in the shape of the Idle Hands Dev. logo.

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings.

33. The Triplex

A new redesign version of the hand spinner made by hodginsa; If you want to support him on patreon clic here.

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings.

34. Tri Star Spinner

Made by jzavits , this spinner doesn’t need adjustment will fit tight if the chamfered inset is keeping the bearing centered.

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings. A higher quality ceramic 608 bearing is recommended for the center.

35. Triple Hex Nut Cat Spinner

A spinner easy to customize just select the number of cats, select type of weight: 608 bearings; 5/16″, 3/8″, 1/2″, M8, M10, or M12 hex nuts; 3/8″, 1/2″, or 5/8″ loose ball bearings and print. This design was made by Lucina

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings. A higher quality ceramic 608 bearing is recommended for the center.

36. TYZEST Spinner Fidget EDC

Spinning Fidget Toy
Dowload printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings. A higher quality ceramic 608 bearing is recommended for the center.

37. VICTOREM Metal Hand Spinner

This is a Tri-Hex fidget spinner made by . It has a standard 608 bearing with 3x M14 Hex nuts for balance.

Tri-Hexagonal fidget spinner
Dowload printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses a 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearing.

  •  3 M14 Hex nuts.

38. Bronze Spinner

This design follows the Design Now | Hour of Making In Motion Lesson 1 from Fusion 360. Jon-A-Tron’s Instructable How-to-Design-a-Fidget-Spinner.

Made by Pilla

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings. A higher quality ceramic 608 bearing is recommended for the center.

 

39. Hello Kitty Fidget Spinner

As per a request, here’s another Hello Kitty fidget spinner. This spinner uses (4) 608 skate bearings. This spinner is only about 3-1/2″ in diameter overall. Definitely, need supports on this print. When you print it with the bearing holes facing down, you will need the supports. Made by James Robison

Hello Kitty Fidget Spinner

Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings.

40. GoT Hand of King Fidget Spinner

Also made by James Robison. This is his attempt of a Game of Thrones Fidget Spinner. He fashioned it off the Hand of King. This fidget spinner uses (4) 608 bearings. This spinner is only about 3-1/2″ in diameter overall.

GoT Hand of King Fidget Spinner
Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings.

41. Dab Spinner

Here’s is a dap spinner. What do you want to know? it’s the dab! works with 608 bearings.

Made by Three Dee

DAB Spinner
Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter).

42. 1/2″ Ball Bearing Star Fidget Spinner

This spinner uses (3) 1/2″ ball bearings and one 608 bearing. This spinner is only about 3″ in diameter overall.

Designed by James Robison.

1/2" Ball Bearing Star Fidget Spinner
Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings.

 

43. 1/2″ Ball Bearing Fidget Spinner

Here’s a geometric design Fidget Spinner. This spinner uses (6) 1/2″ ball bearings and one 608 bearing. This spinner is only about 3-1/2″ in diameter overall. Designer suggests heating up the print and ball bearing with warm water and the bearings will slip in.

Also made by James Robison

1/2" Ball Bearing Fidget Spinner
Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings.

44. (6) 1/2″ Ball Bearing Fidget Spinner

Here’s a geometric design Fidget Spinner. This spinner uses (6) 1/2″ ball bearings and one 608 bearing. This spinner is only about 3-1/2″ in diameter overall.  Designer suggests heating up the print and ball bearing with warm water and the bearings will slip in.

Also made by James Robison

(6) 1/2" Ball Bearing Fidget Spinner
Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings.

45. Fidget Spinner “Bearing”

Summary This is a “bearing” for fidget spinners. It was modeled to be the same size as the 608 bearings commonly used in fidget spinners. The center hole is 8mm, so you should still be able to use thumb pads. The outer diameter is 22mm and therefore should pop into any spinner you might want to put it in. Finally, the “bearing” is 7mm tall. There are 3 different versions. A loose version (called “bearing”), a tighter version (“bearing-tighter”), and a version with 4 cutouts (“bearing-slots”). Designed by Primarily Print3d

Fidget Spinner "Bearing"
Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings. A higher quality ceramic 608 bearing is recommended for the center.

46. Tri – Spinner V3 (new concept)

Made by Nick Rimmer He designed the new tri-spinner. In this time, it’s very nice balanced, thanks to new construction. Easy to print, easy to assembly. Without supports, with small infill ( use 15%).

Tri - Spinner V3 (new concept)
Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings.

47. Tri Star Spinner

Made by Jesse Z. Press tight  so there’s no glue required! No sanding or filing required. Designed for use with 608zz bearings. Print Settings Printer Brand: Prusa Printer: Prusa Steel Rafts: No Supports: No Resolution: .1mm Infill: 20%.

Tri Star Spinner
Download printable file HERE

Design is available for USD $1.30.

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings.

48. Triangle Fidget Spinner

Fidget Toy, fits perfectly with 608 skateboard bearings that measure 22mm outside diameter 8mm inside diameter and 7mm thickness. Designed by CFrank17

Triangle Fidget Spinner
Download printable file HERE

Design is available for USD $0.99.

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings.

49. Angular Fidget Spinner

This product is designed for people with larger hands. A smaller option will be released soon according to the source. If you do not have access to a 3D printer or you want a higher quality print, you can buy it from here. Bearing Size is 22mm x 7mm x 8mm. About 25 second spin times using a cheap steel ball bearing. For better results, use with a white ceramic ball bearing.

Designed by Gilson Fabrication

Angular Fidget Spinner
Download printable file HERE

Design is available for USD $1.30.

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings. A higher quality ceramic 608 bearing is recommended for the center.

50. Micro Fidget Spinner

Micro Fidget Spinner, easy to print and fun, just add a Skateboard bearing.

Designed by nicholas_gardner

Micro Fidget Spinner
Download printable file HERE

Design is available for USD $0.65

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings.

51. Flowery Fidget Spinner

Designed by Ovys. Printed in PLA at 0.2 layer high, 15% infill, generated with Simplify3d. the ball bearing covers are printed at 0.1 layer high, 100% infill. all put together with superglue. https://goo.gl/photos/4vikj6a8… 

Flowery Fidget Spinner
Download printable file HERE

Design is available for USD $1.0.

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Designer used for all project : 10 pcs. flange nuts 5mm, two for each hole. one ball bearing 625 16 * 5 * 5.

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings.

52. Mickey Fidget Spinner

Summary This uses 1/2″ nuts as well as 5/16″ nuts and a 608 bearing. Printing with a single wall works best with a higher infill to help with weight and to make sure it could hold the weight of the nuts. Designed by Abuzz Designs

Mickey Fidget Spinner
Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings.

  • 6 Hex nuts 5/16 and
  • 3 Hex nuts 1/2

53. Star Spinner Fidget

Designed by jörgen_isaksson fun easy spinner that works great with 608-2RS bearings , 22mm and 7 mm thick. For more spin you can do your own version without the stars and add bearings even there. Easy to spin between your fingers.

Star spinner fidget
Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings.

  • A higher quality ceramic 608 bearing is recommended for the center.

54. Tri-Star Fidget Spinner

Designed by madmahx. Used 7/16 – 14 nuts in adapters for counter weights. The center bearing is a common 608 series bearing. printed with a Robo 3D R1+plus. There is nothing fancy with the settings, quality was set on low, used PLA, 0.3 mm for the layer height, fill density was set at 0.15%, infill type was on “Grid” but explore your own print settings.

Tri-Star Fidget Spinner
Download printable file HERE

Parts needed that are not 3D Printable:

  • Uses 608 (Skateboard/Scooter) bearings.

  • Hex nuts (7/16 – 14).

55. Fully 3D printed fidget spinner

Not satisfied with current offerings for fully a 3D printed fidget spinner, joealarson made his own. If you have troubles getting it to break free and move after printing fiddle with the Horizontal Size Compensation or XY compensation setting. he found -0.02mm worked, but different filament and different printers may have different results. Too lose and the gears will slip and bind, too tight and it won’t move well.

Fully 3D printed fidget spinner
Download printable file HERE

 

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12 Comments
  1. mperkins37 says

    Yes, weve devolved to the point where we need to do something 100% of the time to feel fulfilled.. fads…

    1. Daniel Faegnell says

      All the kids wants one today.. its quite weird.. 🙂

  2. inov 3d says

    hello i would like to share my fidget spinner with u how do i proceed

    1. Daniel Faegnell says

      Link it here in the comments 🙂 Then next time we do a spinner post yours will be in it 🙂

  3. John Planckaert says

    Does anyone know where I can find the files for the spinners and cap in the pic at the top of the page of part I and part II? None of them are in either list.

  4. Jacob says

    I found for fully 3-d printed fidget spinners it can help to print the bearing and the actual spinner seperate.

  5. Craig Bartlett says

    I can imagine my daughter wanting to print out all of these designs

    1. Daniel Faegnell says

      Hah! My kids wants me to print all of the above aswell. 😀

  6. Jared Heifetz says

    I didn’t realize how many different kinds of spinners there were. Feels like a 90s craze lol

  7. Jared Heifetz says

    I have just started to see how popular these things actually are. I may have to try my hand at them…

  8. john incricoes says

    gostei mais do “37. VICTOREM Metal Hand Spinner” muito legal

  9. Tom Baxter says

    My kids are gonna love this!

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