Knex Stool Instructions




About: Hi, I'm KneXtreme. I'm a Christian and I'm home schooled. I love to build with almost anything especially knex. I also do Taekwondo and collect coins. Just so you know, I don't hang around youtube ...
     After several comments asking for instructions, here it is, my knex stool. I couldn't take the seat apart (where the legs connect to the top) very well. So if you need more pictures please ask. Thanks to TheRacker for the idea about the tires. Enjoy building.
     p.s. If you want specifics and more pictures of it finish (without tires) here is the link.

                        Parts List
  • grey connectors - 56
  • light grey connectors - 28
  • red connectors - 72
  • green connectors - 40
  • yellow connectors - 20
  • white connectors - 35
  • orange connectors - 28
  • purple connectors - 173
  • blue connectors - 25
  • green rods - 180
  • white rods - 209
  • blue rods - 152
  • yellow rods 84
  • blue clip - 4
  • Y-clip - 68
  • blue spacer - 36
  • silver spacer - 9
  • medium tires - 8
  • black hinge hinge half - 2
  • hinges or ball and sockets - 8

Step 1: The Seat Part 1

The seat is pretty complex. If you need more pictures please ask.

Step 2: The Seat Part 2

Step 3: Connecting the Seat

Connecting the seat was kind of tricky to photograph so make sure to read the image notes.

Step 4: The Legs Part 1

The hinges can be exchanged for ball and sockets.

Step 5: The Legs Part 2 and the Cross Brace

Step 6: Attaching the Legs and Cross Brace

After attaching the legs and cross brace you'll be done.

Step 7: Finish

Great job :) Now your done!



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37 Discussions


10 months ago

nice it is very sturdy but when I sit on it it sort of twists is there anyway to fix that? And yes i know my room is very messy=).

1 reply

This is amazing man! There are few things I see on here that I actually want to build, but this is one of them. Great job, keep up building things like this!

8 replies

This is the first thing I've built in almost a year and I'm surprising pleased! (and it was fun build at that!) It doesn't quite pull off my weight but it acts as a great small table!


2 years ago

Looking good, although it would be a lot better if you would post step by step instructions.

The Knex Inventor

3 years ago

Nice stool! Have you tested how much weight it can hold?


3 years ago

Pls send step by step instructions or a more detailed pic


5 years ago on Introduction