14 Best Beyblades to 3D Print (+ Launchers & Stadiums)


If you’re on the hunt for the best 3D printed Beyblades, you’re in the right place.

In this guide I’ll be covering my favourite STL files to print at home, from the iconic Dragoon Beyblade, to the battle-ready Driger – and even burst designs.


We’ll also cover some essential launchers to get your Beyblades spinning just right, and explore some 3D printed Beyblade stadiums for the ultimate battle experience.

Wether you want an easy first Beyblade 3D print or you’re looking to produce something more advanced for competitive play, I’ll help you choose the perfect Beyblade design for your next 3D printing project.

Top Picks

Best 3D Printed Beyblades – Full Round-Up


DragoonSeries – For nostalgic fans of the original series. Quick victories with its short burst of speed after launch.

Driger Series – Upgraded attack ring for the competitive circuit. Easiest to print for beginners.

Dranzer Series – For fans of Kai Hiwatari and the later generation models.

Burst Design – For added strength and durability.


Katana Launcher – Three styles for varying grip strength.

Dual Launcher – For co-op players with either hand.

Twin Launcher – Release two Beyblades at once for multi-Beyblade duels.

Burst Grip Handle – Comfortable a design for longer games and tournaments.


Hex-Walled Stadium – A unique play experience without rough edges.

Simple Stadium – Interlocking pieces to for a circular stadium ideal for travel.

The Beyblade Arena – Large design suited to team play with multiple spinners.

The Top Beyblades You Can 3D Print at Home

Dragoon Beyblades

The Original Dragoon

  • Download: Sketchfab
  • Designer: rtql8d
  • Price: Free
3D Printed Beyblade Dragoon

Starting with a personal favorite, the Dragoon – wielded by original series protagonist Tyson Granger – is an iconic spinner available as a 3D printed Beyblade model.

As with many anime weapons, the Dragoon has seen some changes over the seasons. While the basic look is the same, several models from across the show’s long history are available to download and print.

With some carefully placed decals, you can make the Dragoon look just the way it did in the series, or put your own spin on it to make it fully yours.

Dragoon G

  • Download: Sketchfab
  • Designer: rtql8d
  • Price: Free
3D Printed Dragoon G Beyblade

The Dragoon G was the first of its kind as a left-spin Beyblade. Popular through its appearance in G-Revolution, it’s known for its short burst of speed after launch for a chance at a quick victory.

The red and green design is a fan favorite, but some have opted to give it the royal blue and red treatment of its predecessor to make a truly evolved-looking 3D printed Beyblade model.

Dragoon V2

  • Download: Thingiverse
  • Designer: AlecJDavidson
  • Price: Free
3D Printed Beyblade Dragoon V2

This V-Force version of the Dragoon is an upgraded version of the original iconic design. Designed to be a 3D printed Beyblade model, it has been strengthened for use competitively while remaining similar to the original design.

Beyblade Burst Dragoon Frame

  • Download: Treatstock
  • Designer: Unknown
  • Price: Free
3D Printed Beyblade Burst Frame

It’s not just full Beyblades that can be made at home, 3D printed Beyblade Burst layers are available to fit the Dragoon Beyblade too.

The elegant design adds an edge to the Dragoon to recreate the strength and durability of the Burst generation Beyblades, perfect for a cool aesthetic and a stronger spin.

Driger Beyblades

Driger Generation 1

3D Printed Beyblade Driger S Slash

The Driger has come in many different forms over the years of the series, as wielder Ray Kon has upgraded many times over the competitive series.

The simplest of these, the Driger Slash (or Driger S), is an easy way to learn how to 3D print a Beyblade due to its basic design and well-tested print files.

Included in this link is a scan of the stickers to decorate the finished product, though it does not include an attack ring. Though it can be fitted with any attack ring, 3D printed or not, to create a design more unique to the wielder.

Driger GT Attack Ring

Driger Attack Ring

For fans of the later series’ ouroboros-inspired design will be glad to know that the Driger GT attack ring is also available as a 3D printed Beyblade model.

Made for the competitive circuit, a new and upgraded attack ring is a necessity for anyone looking to compete, but also a great 3D printed Beyblade addition for those who want arguably one of the coolest designs of the series.

The Cyber Driger

3D Printed Beyblade Cyber Driger

Original series Salima’s Cyber Driger may be less recognizable than the others, but its usability is not to be denied. As a 3D printed Beyblade, it’s a good choice for people who want to compete.

The toothed design makes it formidable against other models, and the designer has reinforced the model so it’s much more durable than it appears.

Fans of the original series will also be happy to know that this design includes both the original look for collectors, and the upgraded battle-ready version for 3D printing your own competitive edge.

Dranzer Spiral Beyblade

3D Printed Beyblade Dranzer Spiral

The 3D printed Beyblade Burst Dranzer Spiral is one of the coolest of the later generation models.

This model, full name the Dranzer Spiral Spread Trans, was wielded by Kai Hiwatari. As one of the most popular and long-running protagonists, it’s no surprise that one of the coolest designs went to him.

Like the character, this 3D printed Beyblade burst model is a favorite among fans, and available as a fully printable and usable spinner.

Because this is a fully 3D printed Beyblade, it requires a lot of post-print engineering and care to ensure strength and usability. Overall, this model is durable and open to changes to fit different rings or accommodate left-handed users.

Dranzer First Generation Attack Ring

Beyblade Dranzer Attack Ring

For those more nostalgic for the early days of Kai’s on-screen legacy, there is also this 3D printed Dranzer Beyblade attack ring to be fitted to any model for more of the attack power that made the original model famous.

The dimensions are designed to fit any first-generation Beyblade, but can be altered to suit any model.

This early model is the first from the designer, who has encouraged people to reach out with questions on printing, tweaking, and future upgrades.

Burst Design – Upgraded Strength

  • Download: Thingiverse
  • Designer: Littlefiver
  • Price: Free
3D Printed Beyblade Burst Models

3D printed Beyblade Burst models are popular with fans of all ages. With their updated and changeable designs, files are everywhere to load new tops to your Beyblade to change how it spins.

This design, born from a parent’s wish to give their child a unique gift, is free to download, so you can make your own 3D printed Beyblade Burst spinning top that works with most launchers.

The design also comes with various toppers and can be altered by flipping the file to suit left-handed players. It has even been upgraded since the original upload to be stronger and last longer.

3D Printed Beyblade Launchers

What good is any 3D printed Beyblade without a good launcher? They look cool, of course, but it’s always good to have a way to use them.

For this, we’ve also found some of our favorite 3D printed Beyblade launchers for any blade and any use. From cool designs to practical additions, Beyblade launchers come in almost as many varieties as the spinners themselves.

Katana Launcher

  • Download: Thingiverse
  • Designer: talker365
  • Price: Free

At least as far as the show is concerned, Beyblades are weapons. And what better way to emphasize than with this 3D printed Beyblade katana launcher?

3D Printed Beyblade Launcher Katana Sword

This launcher is available in three styles, depending on how strong you want the grip to be, so experimentation is recommended.

Whatever your use, it can’t be denied that this is one of the coolest Beyblade launchers around.

Dual Launcher

  • Download: Thingiverse
  • Designer: WuffyUnikitty
  • Price: Free
3D Printed Beyblade Dual Launcher

This 3D printed Beyblade launcher is deigned to be usable by both left and right handed players, so everyone can use it!

The dual launcher is especially useful as a shared launcher for co-op partners of different dexterities, but the design itself is sleek enough to suit singles players of either preferred hand too.

Twin Launcher

3D Printed Beyblade Twin Launcher

Not all Beyblade duels are one on one, or at least they don’t have to be. With the Twin Launcher, two Beyblades can be loaded in at once for shortened reload times or successive releases.

The files are available for tweaking to match different Beyblades. Once you’re happy with the results, you’ll find the twin launcher adds a new dimension to your duels.

Burst Grip Handle

  • Download: Thingiverse
  • Designer: SWolfe360
  • Price: Free
Launcher Grip for a DIY beyblade

This launcher attachment requires a little more engineering than the others, but the design remains simple so shouldn’t pose much of a problem even for beginners.

The 3D printed Beyblade Burst grip handle is designed to be comfortable and strong through longer games and tournaments without skimping on the power.

3D Printed Beyblade Stadiums

Now that you’ve got your Beyblades and their rip chords ready to go, you’re going to need an arena to play in. While not expensive to purchase from a store, there are some really cool ones you can 3D print too, and here are just a few of our favorites.

Hex-Walled Stadium

  • Download: Thingiverse
  • Price: Free
Smooth Beyblade Stadium

One of the best 3D printed Beyblade stadiums out there is this awesome hex-walled stadium. The designer was fed up finding other stadium examples print with rough edges that negatively affected the game, and so designed this cool but very simple play area to have an easily achievable smooth surface for better, and longer, playtime.

Simple Stadium

  • Download: Thingiverse
  • Designer: Pigworthy
  • Price: Free
Simple Stadium

This simple stadium was designed to have an equally smooth surface for efficient battling, as well as printed in separate pieces to incorporate different colors even without a dual extruder.

It’s a relatively small stadium, making it ideal for travel to and from tournaments and playgrounds alike. The pieces interlock to form a perfect circle and requires no supports or special settings to get right, making it a very cool looking stadium that anyone can print with ease.

The Beyblade Arena

  • Download: Printables
  • Designer: Legufix
  • Price: Free
Beyblade Arena

The largest and most complicated arena is this one found on Printables. The creator designed this stadium for their kids who were presumeably sick of their Beyblades spinning off the flatter, more shallow variations often found online.

It’s a massive stadium fit for more than one spinner at a time, so is perfect for team play. While it does take more filament than most others, it’s printed in separate pieces to be glued together later so it can be done on just about any size printer.

Are Custom Beyblades Allowed in Tournaments?

Some of the most popular 3D printable beyblades, including the driger

While many tournaments and competitions don’t allow custom or DIY Beyblades, making your own Beyblade can come with a feeling of pride even if not used in competitive circuits.

There are even groups out there looking to make special tournaments for DIY and 3D printed Beyblades, so any you make yourself could end up winning you a trophy someday!


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