Knex Raiser Lift





Introduction: Knex Raiser Lift

This is the Knex Raiser lift not to be confused with the knex razor lift (Not that there is such thing).


Step 1: Base

Here's the base.

Step 2: Really Easy Step

Make this!!

Step 3: Ball Holder

This part holds the ball.

Step 4: Putting on the Ball Holder

Just slide it on!

Step 5: Exit Track Bit 1

This part pushes the ball off.

Step 6: Adding Exit Track Bit1

Just put it there!!

Step 7: Next Layer Part1

Make these or make one of them and repeat four times.

Step 8: Next Layer Part2

Now stick them on top.

Step 9: The Crankshaft

This will go in the gap.

Step 10: Adding the Crankshaft

Here's where to put it.

Step 11: Really Really Easy Step

Easier than step 2 :-)

Put this 'extended rod' on the crankshaft and ball holder.

Step 12: Adding in the Motor

Put the motor on the Yellow rod like so:

Step 13: The Top

This part is somewhere between "for show" and "adjusting the pieces"

Step 14: Putting on the Top

On top, where else?

Step 15: Enterence Track

This part is closer to the bottom

Step 16: Putting on the Enterence Track

Near the front

Step 17: Finishing the Enterence Track

Three small pieces

Step 18: Putting It All Together and Finished!



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    very cool but I wish it could go higher. otherwise I really like how few parts it uses.

    that part on 5, is the white piece post to connect to the grey part or the red part?

    WOW! This is super piece effiecient!

    Crankshafts turn rotational motion into up-and-down. This can also be seen in the stair lift, and network 2 of 'Tartarus' (a ball machine)

    cool :D

    i am using a rubber ball and i broke the red piece on step 5