This is a rather functional recreation of the Plastic Gen Beyblade simply known as Wolborg, which I had actually been working on for quite a while. As with all my models, printing speeds should be slowed when handling the blade base and spin gear. This is because of Tightskin's Balance Base being made to allow for maximum interchangeability.
Unlike my other beyblades, there is an intentional deviation from the original Wolborg design. Specifically, the spin gear no longer holds the bearing or the tip itself. Rather, the SG Bearing Base now holds both, in order to allow regular spin gears to be used. Just note that the bearing must be glued on, by the outer rim only. The bearing is separated because BoomZilla's bearings need to be printed without supports.
That being said, the Reverse Wolf attack ring and 8 Balance weight disk have only minor differences, if any, compared to the original. A scan of the original sticker sheet by Giga in World Beyblade Org has also been included. I've also made a file of an individual bearing, in case someone needs a spare or two, like me.
Also credit to Mcup2 and UncleJoJo for the other base parts I used to make this bey.
Like the summary descibed, there will be an extra step compared to my other beyblade designs, the gluing of the bearing to the SG Bearing Base. After that, post-printing as the same as usual. Force and double-checking support removal will help if parts are too tight to fit, as will widening a gap a little bit with a flat-head screwdriver.
Stickers can be printed out with any normal paper printer, and simply applied via scissors and glue stick. You can use the thin outlines within the blobs of color to help you get the right shape, they turned out to fit rather well.