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Published on Oct 21, 2011

The plans for this great machine were purchased from woodgears.ca. It was built over a period of five months with the goal of winning the annual toy contest at the Gold Country Woodworkers & Crafters club held in October 2011. This marble machine is designed to make a lot of noise and has several randomizing features. It is a one-kid-power machine operated via hand crank. Marbles are picked up from the tilted floor by wooden gear driven wheels and carried to the highest level where a flip-flop gate sends marbles left or right. There are several paths the marbles can take to return to the floor of the maze, all the while making lots of noise. I made a few substitutions from the original plan including the addition of a gong from an 1895 Seth Thomas clock and the use of some exotic wood species. I hope the new owner of this machine will enjoy it as much as I have enjoyed building it. The shipping for this item will be the actual cost as determined by the buyer location and desired delivery option. Yes it did win first place in the toy contest. It is now up for bid on Ebay. Search for marble maze.

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