Knex Chinatown Hill Ball Machine Instructions

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Introduction: Knex Chinatown Hill Ball Machine Instructions

Alright, it took a headache and a couple Advil but I finally got done with this ball machine. It uses ping pong balls and is very quiet when it is on. This design is a little different from its previous version but not much has changed. Have fun building this and wish me luck in the Knex contest:D

-Knexpert

Step 1: Main Support and Lift

This is the largest piece in the ible. Carefully follow the pictures.

Step 2: Path Part 1

Here we go!

Step 3: Path Part 2

Let's continue!

Step 4: Path Part 3

Doing great!

Step 5: Path Part 4

Halfway there!

Step 6: Path Part 5

Almost there!

Step 7: Path Part 6

Home stretch!

Step 8: Let's Go Tubing!

Unfortunately, there is no easy way to put the tubing on. I would start from the top and work my way down to the bottom but take your time. I would buy tubing from Knex.com which has two strips just long enough for this machine otherwise the length is around 30-32 feet long. When you get done, great job! Thank you for building!

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    17 Discussions

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    Knex2thelimit
    Knex2thelimit

    5 years ago

    Woah you actually made instructions for this! Great job, and a great machine, especially with instructions. You have earned my vote!

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    seamster
    seamster

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Wow, very impressive! I love the tidy and compact design.

    Very thorough documentation too. Very well done all around!

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    kevinandbelma
    kevinandbelma

    2 years ago

    Can you run regular knex ball on this ball machine?

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    kevinandbelma
    kevinandbelma

    3 years ago

    Can you make a parts count?

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    knexpert#10829476
    knexpert#10829476

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you! Thank you all for voting! This is such a great community, much better than Youtube!

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    Lucas The Boss
    Lucas The Boss

    5 years ago

    Wow, you made instructions to a ball machine! Excellent job with not only the machine but instructions as well.
    Voted!

    Sweet, I really like the look of this machine, I don't know what it is but I love the compact small style, although I've never built it myself.

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    Sorunome
    Sorunome

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Reminds me of turn pike, nice!

    Did you use golf balls on it? They'r so white in the vid.