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Clockwork is a Giant K’nex Ball Machine

by Conner Flynn
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Look at this crazy K’Nex machine. It took 8 months to create, has over 450 feet of track and it includes over 40,000 K’Nex pieces, 8 motors, 5 lifts, 21 distinct paths, and a computer-controlled crane. That’s insane.
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This crazy contraption is called “Clockwork,” a giant K’Nex ball machine created by YouTube user austron. This is his fifth major ball machine and their largest, most complex K’Nex structure.

Check the video. It’s a wild ride that takes a full 5 minutes! It’s insane to me that people create this stuff. I just wish I had the talent to make a massive machine like this. I don’t know about you, but I could watch it do it’s thing all day long.

[via Geekosystem]

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