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Many ball machine builders (including me!) use the same basic idea of an element I call a Seesaw. For this element, a ball rolls back and forth on the curved track until it stops. Then the dumper releases the ball. Here is my version of that element. Below is the parts list.

Rods:

Green: 52

White: 8

Blue: 44

Yellow: 1

Red: 34

Gray: 13

Connectors:

Dark Gray: 6

Orange: 14

Red: 10

Purple: 56

Yellow: 37

Blue: 8

Other:

Blue Spacer: 13

Gray Spacer: 9

Y-Clips: 6

Small Wheel: 1

Small Tire: 1

Medium Tire: 1

-Knextus

Step 1: Frame- Part 1

Step 2: Track

Step 3: Exit

Step 4: Frame- Part 2

Awesome! It's nice to have instructions for this element.
<p>Thanks!</p>
<p>Sure! :)</p>
<p>This is awesome! I made it and it works really well. Keep up the good work!!!! Merry X-Mass Eve!!!!!!</p>
<p>Thanks! That looks great :)</p>
nice element:) similar to martijnb95's half pipe element (idk which was made first)
<p>Thanks!</p>
<p>Cool! Although the element needs some cleaning up, it is still very cool! I have a new lit concept that I've never seen, but I need some help with it. </p>
<p>Thanks!</p>
<p>Good work!</p>
<p>Thanks!</p>
<p>Cool idea! Thanks for sharing!</p>
<p>Thanks!</p>

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