Spacerail: Poleopolis

I built another of my own design Spacerail ball machines.  I call it Poleopolis because it has so many poles.  It contains my new dumper element.  I built my dumper element with my dad, and it is made out of wood and metal.  It takes 3 balls to tip the mobile track. See image below.

Dumper Element

For this Spacerail ball machine, I did something I have never done before: horizontal poles!  Below are the pictures of the two horizontal poles in this ball machine.

Horizontal Pole 2

Horizontal Pole 1

Below are more pictures of Poleopolis, and its video.

Front, Ground View

Front, Regular View

Top View

Back, Regular View

Back, Ground View

-Knextus

Spacerail: 232-Ultimate

I built yet another of my own design Spacerail ball machines. I call it 232-Ultimate.  This time it has three Networks and four Tracks.  It was so big I had to put it on a board to carry it.  Below are the pictures and video.

Front, Regular View

Front, Ground View

Back, Ground View

Back, Regular View

Top View

Note: I made a mistake in my video.  The second time the text Network 2 appears it is really supposed to say Network 3.

 

Sorry I haven’t been posting about my K’nex ball machines.  I have just been so busy with other projects.  Hopefully I will post about Grid Tower and Grid Machine soon.  I am still filming and editing Grid Machine’s video.  It takes it a lot longer to film and edit K’nex ball machine videos than Spacerail ball machine videos.

 

-Knextus

K’nex vs. Marbles Track

A few days ago, I built a ball machine element that works with both K’nex balls and marbles. The coolest part is the sorter at the end. It sorts the K’nex balls and marbles. Below is a picture and the video.

K.V.M. Picture

-Knextus