Reaper DeathScyther D4 - 3D Printable Layer

It's here!

After a month of work (I had to take a break for the holidays), I have completed Reaper Deathscyther! If you weren't aware, I recently held a beyblade layer design competition and promised the winner the creation of their layer in 3D form. The winner of the competition was Jinbee of the WBO with his incredible design!
Now I am incredibly happy to present the finished product!
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Not only does this layer have two heavy metal blades and four high recoild contact points, but it also has very strong teeth and a slot for a level chip. This bey also comes with the Crown driver, which is assembled using parts from a disassembled driver as per these instructions.
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The rubber tip is surrounded by a free spinning claw which slides up and down, akin to Guard. After extensive use, the rubber will wear down and the claw will make contact, increasing speed. Until then, it only makes contact on the tornado ridge.
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How To Print:
  1. Follow THIS link to the folder of all of the parts. Download them all.
  2. Go to Shapeways.com and select the box in the top left corner, then select the upload button.
  3. Upload all of the files individually.
  4. Choose the material you wish to print each part in. I recommend printing the Reaper and Base out of Versatile Plastic, and the Teeth out of professional plastic. Professional plastic is much more expensive but is necessary for teeth that won't wear down. 
  5. If you want extra strength for the entire bey, select the BaseWithTeeth and print it out of Professional plastic. 
  6. Finally, print the blades out of the metal and color of your choice. The blades are connected by a thin metal rod which can be snapped to separate them.'
  7. If you have an extra driver you can disassemble, you can order the Crown Driver out of Versatile plastic. All of the pieces are connected and can be separated with light force. The large mold is to be filled using a hot glue gun or other molten rubber to form a rubber tip, however a plastic tip is also included.
  8. When you recieve the parts, you MUST assemble it using epoxy to ensure strong structural integrity. Without epoxy, the metal blades are liable to fly off, the purple claws are liable to break more easily, and the teeth will not stay on the bey.
These are the prices of all of the separate parts in their recommended materials and colors.
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I sincerely hope you all enjoy this gift. I worked hard on making this as true to the original as possible, and I feel that I have made a worthwhile layer. I have not tested this layer and the high recoil design of the pointed tips means that it is expected to wear down over time. Regardless, I hope that you all enjoy this layer and driver!
Thank you for your hard work on this layer and driver! I appreciate the time and effort you've spent on this. I think it's turned out amazingly and I hope everyone else enjoys it too!
It looks amazing!
Nice concept art, no hate but can u change the title too something like Reaper Deathscy D4 Project because I was kinda fooled. No hate tho
(Jan. 07, 2019  9:29 PM)JavariTheChamp Wrote: Nice concept art, no hate but can u change the title too something like Reaper Deathscy D4 Project because I was kinda fooled. No hate tho

It's not just concept art. It's printable and completely useable. Also, I changed the title. =)
(Jan. 07, 2019  9:59 PM)Xandork Wrote:
(Jan. 07, 2019  9:29 PM)JavariTheChamp Wrote: Nice concept art, no hate but can u change the title too something like Reaper Deathscy D4 Project because I was kinda fooled. No hate tho

It's not just concept art. It's printable and completely useable. Also, I changed the title. =)

Since it's your creation i guess you have it. If you have it can you do some battles and upload them to this thread?
(Jan. 07, 2019  10:00 PM)BounduAtakku Wrote:
(Jan. 07, 2019  9:59 PM)Xandork Wrote: It's not just concept art. It's printable and completely useable. Also, I changed the title. =)

Since it's your creation i guess you have it. If you have it can you do some battles and upload them to this thread?

The post has instructions on how to print it yourself. It's free for anyone and everyone to print!
Do you have a picture of how it looks after you printed it?
Looks great. Definitely gonna print this over the next few days!
(Jan. 08, 2019  10:23 PM)BEYBLADE BEN Wrote: Looks great. Definitely gonna print this over the next few days!

Can either you or someone else showcase photos or and/or videos when you have it?
(Jan. 08, 2019  11:21 PM)Jake the Blur Wrote:
(Jan. 08, 2019  10:23 PM)BEYBLADE BEN Wrote: Looks great. Definitely gonna print this over the next few days!

Can either you or someone else showcase photos or and/or videos when you have it?

Yeah, but colors probably won't be right unless I buy the right colors of filament. The scythes will probably be plastic, since my printer doesn't support metal.
Will you ever do another contest like this again? If so, I gotta up my drawing skills and make a design!
(Jan. 09, 2019  2:08 AM)BEYBLADE BEN Wrote:
(Jan. 08, 2019  11:21 PM)Jake the Blur Wrote: Can either you or someone else showcase photos or and/or videos when you have it?

Yeah, but colors probably won't be right unless I buy the right colors of filament. The scythes will probably be plastic, since my printer doesn't support metal.

If you order it from Shapeways, metal parts are an option. 🙂
Hello! I was wondering if you can make a full layer without other parts out. Just one model because it would be easier to print since I cannot pay for it because I am a kid.
i-i-its beautiful
It says in drive that it is unsupported. I cant see it
can someone send me one?
what software did you use to make this 3d layer...just asking
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3536585
You need access to enter the drive.
Did he make it available for everyone yet? I can't access it.
Hi Xandork,

I love your design! I'm printing it for a kidSmile...

I have an FDM printer. To make things work best, I'm printing in pieces. Plus, it allows a more colorful result. Unfortunately, the Reaper character has some geometry errorsUnhappy These make the print weak in key areas. I've done my best to repair the geometry, but it would be great to have the source file(s). I downloaded the Tinkercad version, but ungrouping does not lead to the Reaper character by itselfUnhappy Also, I tried to download from the link in this thread, but as others have noted, permission is required. I hit the 'request permission' button, and await approval. Thx.

OK, I hope you get this message, and I look forward to hearing from you...

AppreciativelYours,
Swami
3D Printing Specialist/3D Room Manager, Factur makerspace (Orlando, FL).