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Elevated Lego Train on Knex Supports

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Published on Oct 29, 2008

This is the fourth and probably final modification to the Subatomic Paraball. I say final mainly because I ran out of red rods during construction. This train layout features over 40 feet of track and was constructed 7 feet in the air, right over the track for the subatomic paraball, separated by 1 to 4 vertical feet. The track is supported by the original Subatomic Paraball structure, tape, nails, and over 2,000 K'nex pieces. The 6 car train and it's track consist of an additional 2,000 pieces. The track is held in place by 50 white K'nex rods. The video features 2 POV shots with the camera mounted on a special car, one looking forward and one off to the side.


Statistics:
Build time - 4 days
Height - 7 ft
Length - 40 ft
Number of supporting towers - 5
Number of bridges - 2
Number of paths - 1
Number of pieces - about 4000 (K'nex and Legos)
Number of cars - 6 (2 engines)
Number of power units - 2

To see more of my K'nex projects, and to follow the design and construction of new ones check out http://knexdesigns.blogspot.com

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