I need help with a 3D printed beyblade

I’ve wanted to make a full 3D printed bey for almost a year now but everyone I can find is closed, if you can pull off a full beyblade with rubber and metal (and maybe a chip for xtend)
Please message me

AS OF NOW, I HAVE FOUND ASSISTANCE FOR MAKING A 3D BEYBLADE, THANKS TO THOSE WHO OFFERED TO HELP
(Feb. 06, 2019  7:46 PM)Akiya95 Wrote:
I’ve wanted to make a full 3D printed bey for almost a year now but everyone I can find is closed, if you can pull off a full beyblade with rubber and metal (and maybe a chip for xtend)
Please message me
Please remove Product prefix. This is not official product.
(Feb. 06, 2019  8:09 PM)ks123 Wrote:
(Feb. 06, 2019  7:46 PM)Akiya95 Wrote:
I’ve wanted to make a full 3D printed bey for almost a year now but everyone I can find is closed, if you can pull off a full beyblade with rubber and metal (and maybe a chip for xtend)
Please message me
Please remove Product prefix. This is not official product.
Ok, srry about that, it’s my first time making a thread and I didn’t know what would happen when I was working on the prefix
(Feb. 06, 2019  7:46 PM)Akiya95 Wrote:
I’ve wanted to make a full 3D printed bey for almost a year now but everyone I can find is closed, if you can pull off a full beyblade with rubber and metal (and maybe a chip for xtend)
Please message me

Accept this or not but the harsh reality is do it yourself. Relying on others is way too time consuming and can you really call a Bey someone else designed for you yours? Personally i have just started today designing my Bey with tinkercad and with the help of tutorial i am starting to make slow but rewarding progress.
(Feb. 18, 2019  5:27 PM)crystal azule Wrote:
(Feb. 06, 2019  7:46 PM)Akiya95 Wrote:
I’ve wanted to make a full 3D printed bey for almost a year now but everyone I can find is closed, if you can pull off a full beyblade with rubber and metal (and maybe a chip for xtend)
Please message me

Accept this or not but the harsh reality is do it yourself. Relying on others is way too time consuming and can you really call a Bey someone else designed for you yours? Personally i have just started today designing my Bey with tinkercad and with the help of tutorial i am starting to make slow but rewarding progress.

Woah there, turn down the heat my dude. If the dude can pay, its his bey.
(Feb. 18, 2019  7:25 PM)K1D Wrote:
(Feb. 18, 2019  5:27 PM)crystal azule Wrote: Accept this or not but the harsh reality is do it yourself. Relying on others is way too time consuming and can you really call a Bey someone else designed for you yours? Personally i have just started today designing my Bey with tinkercad and with the help of tutorial i am starting to make slow but rewarding progress.

Whoa there, turn down the heat my dude. If the dude can pay, it's his bey. [All nice and literate now. Smile]
To add context not that I ever specified it. If you order a Bey without putting some time and effort into a few concepts regardless of quality or a description and leave it up to the creator then honesty can you call it anything like what you imagined or truly yours. Next on the subject of ownership. The whole thing with buying 3d printable beys is that your buying the rights to gain access to the files at best you can compare it to sharing the intellectual property rights.
(Feb. 18, 2019  7:50 PM)crystal azule Wrote:
(Feb. 18, 2019  7:25 PM)K1D Wrote: Whoa there, turn down the heat my dude. If the dude can pay, it's his bey. [All nice and literate now. Smile]
To add context not that I ever specified it. If you order a Bey without putting some time and effort into a few concepts regardless of quality or a description and leave it up to the creator then honesty can you call it anything like what you imagined or truly yours. Next on the subject of ownership. The whole thing with buying 3d printable beys is that your buying the rights to gain access to the files at best you can compare it to sharing the intellectual property rights.

To be fair, I’ve had these same ideals (srry if I used the wrong word) but its been close to year since I first wanted to I make a 3D printed bey and ive just given up trying
(Feb. 20, 2019  3:06 PM)Akiya95 Wrote:
(Feb. 18, 2019  7:50 PM)crystal azule Wrote: To add context not that I ever specified it. If you order a Bey without putting some time and effort into a few concepts regardless of quality or a description and leave it up to the creator then honesty can you call it anything like what you imagined or truly yours. Next on the subject of ownership. The whole thing with buying 3d printable beys is that your buying the rights to gain access to the files at best you can compare it to sharing the intellectual property rights.

To be fair, I’ve had these same ideals (sorry if I used the wrong word) but its been close to year since I first wanted to I make a 3D printed bey and i have just given up trying

No one would of had an easy time at the beginning but that's what makes it worth it is that it's a puzzle that only you can solve. If you still want to make one don't give up as effort really does pay off.