There's no shortage of fidget spinners on the internet, but here's an instructable to show you how to design your own in Fusion 360.
I'll be leading 3 new webinar classes related to this, and two new projects that I'll be posting soon. In these webinars, you will learn more Fusion 360 features like advanced mechanical assemblies (meaning two or more joints interacting) and rendering. Can't wait until lesson 1? Check out the recordings of the previous webinars: learn to design a wax stamp and bottle lock.
Lesson 1: Fidget Spinner This is a simple project that uses three 3D-printed parts and a bearing from McMaster-Carr. You'll learn how to use the McMaster-Carr part browser, basic 3D modeling, and how to make mechanical joints.
March 15th , 9 - 10 p.m. EST - Register
If you're new to Fusion 360, please sign up for my 3D Printing Class to get crash course in using the program. Fusion is free with an educational or hobbyist license, and get details for installing and getting a free license in Lesson 2 of the class linked above.
This video is step-by step demo (with no audio) of me modeling the spinner. The rest of the instructable has text and images explaining what I'm doing in each step.
If you just want to print your own or modify the one I made, I've attached STL files (ready to print) and an F3D archive file that you can import into Fusion.