K'nex Milk Crate

About: Hi! Im tombuckey. I live in Liverpool, England. I build knex ball machines from my own ideas and also build other peoples knex guns. I have a Youtube account just type in Tombuckey in the search bar and all...

We were having promblems keeping our milk bottles upright, so i decide to try and solve the problem. I created this, A K'nex milk bottle crate. It can hold upto 4 milk bottles and has the strength to hold 4 full bottles.
Lets get building!

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Step 1: First Section

Picture 1: Build
Picture 2: Second Angle
Pay close attention to the placement of green (or black) and white (or silver) rods. Also pay attention to the base pattern.

Step 2: Second Section

Picture 1: Build
Picture 2: Second Angle
Again pay close attention to the placement of the rods and the base pattern.

Step 3: Center Piece

Should be easy.

Step 4: Handle

Picture 1: Everything you need.  
Picture 2: place together as shown.

Step 5: Handle [2]

Picture 1: Build
Picture 2:Second angle

Step 6: Handle [3]

Connect them as shown. Remeber the spacers.

Step 7: Connecting

Picture 1: They should be in this potion.
Picture 2: Connect as shown.

Step 8: Adding the Handle

It can be connected in and direction.
You have now finished! Now you can keep your milk bottles from falling!
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    8 years ago on Introduction

    Lol, they still deliver bottles at home? I thought you can only buy them at the supermarket...

    Anyways, nice instructable. Just something simple and unique.

    1 reply

    I like the idea very much.
    I'll give it 4.5* because the looks could be a little bit better.
    It looks strong enough to hold some bottles, I will try it out soon. =]

    2 replies