Fully 3D printed bearingless fidget spinner

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Summary This was an experiment to see how well a fidget spinner would work without bearings. To test it and to guarantee success I made sure as little of the two parts were touching each other to limit contact and friction. As a result I quickly found out bearings work better. Especially metal ones. But if you are looking for a fidget spinner that is less complicated and easier to print this is the one for you. Good luck!!! By the way it doesn't spin for more than two seconds which sucks to be honest. Anyways it was a fun experiment. Print Settings Printer Brand: Prusa Printer: Prusa Mk1 Rafts: Doesn't Matter Supports: No Resolution: .4 Infill: 20% Notes: printed with abs at 240 degrees and with a heated bed at 80. How I Designed This Tinkercad Designed by me in tinkercad.

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