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My complete ball tower showcase

Just figured I'd post the images of all my ball machines (at least the ones I HAVE images of, mind you :D)

Click on the pictures to see details of them.

Fun Facts:
-Although Enigma was much larger than Dynamo, it took half as long to build.
-On Dynamo, the part with the Flexi-Tube and Ferris Wheel was initially a Maze (or, as I call it, a Ribcage). Due to balls having trouble making it through, I decided to replace it.
-On Enigma, I had initially planned it to be two 8-foot-tall towers. Unfortunately, with all the elements I wanted to put in, I had to alter my design to make them all fit.
-Both of the two machines have at least two loops on them and a spiral bowl.
-The red staircase in Enigma goes across the machine instead of from one tower to another one adjacent to it.
-Both machines have seven path separators.

EDIT: New ball machine added.

Feel free to comment, and if you want to showcase any ball towers you've built, be my guest.
Here are vids:




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jollex8 years ago
Mine is so much better, :P
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Bartboy jollex8 years ago
but mine takes the cake, ; P
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jollex Bartboy8 years ago
That technically is not a ball machine because the ball is fixed, I think, =P.
Bartboy jollex8 years ago
yes, it can be unfixed without the grey connector on the top, so it is a ball machine
jollex Bartboy8 years ago
So the ball comes off the red rod?
Bartboy jollex8 years ago
no, but its not fixed in place
ok, lets just end this conversation and call me the winner. for the smallest ball machine would be a plain ball, role it on the ground.
The KNex Weasel (author)  dsman1952768 years ago
I beat you. My smallest ball machine was two blue 3D connectors interlocked together. Then you attempt to roll it around.
but yours has two pieces (two blue connectors) mine is only one ball! haha!
The KNex Weasel (author)  dsman1952768 years ago
But it's a two-piece ball, isn't it?
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