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Here's my newest project - Enigma Minor. It's compact, has a lot of paths (5!) and looks cool. The name was suggested in my question "how shall I ...
Here's the piece count! Rods: - Green: 244 - White: 138 - Blue: 289 - Yellow: 64 - Red: 1 - Grey: 9 Connectors: - Grey 1 – ...
Let's start building! In this step, you'll make the base and the bottom gear. Good luck again!
A receiver's a path that brings a ball back to the lift. In this step you'll make them. Look carefully to the amount of spacers and where Y ...
Here's where you'll start building the Spiral. In the middle of the Spiral's the freefall. You'll also make that part yet. Look again carefully to the amount of ...
Now you'll make 3 elements at once; the new element, the switchback and the maze. It's a lot of work, so start with it!
This is the Spinner, a well - known element. This could be painful for your fingers, so be careful.
Again a part of the spiral. These 2 elements (spiral and freefall) are the last elements you're going to make. Make sure to check the last picture. It ...
Now you'll make the infinity-switch and a path separator. Good luck with 'em!
This part includes 2 path separators. Look carefully to the connection points with the other parts!
You're almost done! Just make the motor-house, and after that the chain.
Last part! Make 2 sets of 15 chains, and one of 16, with at the end a chain-claw.
You're done! If you're maze is stopping the balls, use gray connectors to stop the maze from going up. Thanks to tardis fan for this. Have fun watching ...
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