LEGO Great Ball Contraption (GBC) Layout 2012.9





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Published on Sep 17, 2012

Lego Great Ball Contraption (GBC) in my house.
my own 17 modules

tracking the blue and red balls.

running at 1.0 balls/sec
500 balls
size : 1.5m×6.5m
path length : 31m
construction time : 600 hours

my blog http://legokarakuri.blog91.fc2.com/

1. ball factory (inspired by superbird28)
2. zigzag stair
3. zigzag lift
4. pneumatic (sometimes spilling balls)
5. cup
6. screw T1
7. basket shooter
8. mechanical train (lack of reliability)
9. screw T2
10. screw T3
11. spiral lift T2
12. elevator & coaster (coaster inspired by Hidaka's ball rolling)
13. fork
14. spiral lift T1 & step
15. catch & release
16. belt conveyor & pinball
17. 5-axis robot S750

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Hákon Halldórsson
It takes a lot of balls to pull this off.
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Léon Ruhe
It took me more than 10 years of surfing, but the moment has finally arrived: I have found the perfect video. I was hypnotized. And when it ended, I felt cleansed. If I could give you a thousand thumbs up, I would. This is complete and utter perfection.
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Connor Love
The 1,845 people who disliked either hate Lego or are too stupid to understand how amazing this is.
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I can't even build a LEGO airport with the instructions...
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Hubert Farnsworth
Best 7 minutes of my life.
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Fedoreo ™
Maybe I can build my own so it can feed me marshmallows automatically. Would any other Redditors here be interested in donating to my kickstarter? All I need is a few million. You wont regret it. - Fedoreo
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I've never been this happy about blue balls in my entire life.
Curtis Yun
When someone says LEGO is for children, link them to this video....
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The Shadow Philospher
Who else pretended that the blue and red balls were racing
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Richard Collins
You know those human hamster ball things? With about 500 of those, this could totally be an amusement park ride.
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