K'nex Mill Lift

Introduction: K'nex Mill Lift

The k'nex mill lift is part of my cyclo ball machine.

The instructions for it can be found in the cyclo elements instructable.

Per request, ths is a picture of the motor and gears, which is now also available in step 3 of the aforementioned instructable: Motor top view

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    15 Discussions

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    RNB
    RNB

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Hoe kom je aan zo veel grote tandwielen?

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    floris2burn
    floris2burn

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    In de hyperspace training tower zitten er heel wat. dan heb ik ook enkele tubs waar er een paar inzitten. (zoals die gele tub, de solar set.)

    Hier een paar, daar een paar, en uiteindelijk heb je er veel.

    so let me get this straight you did this with abiusolouly no help at all

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    floris2burn
    floris2burn

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Why / from who would I need help? and it's spelled "absolutely".

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    TheChemiker
    TheChemiker

    9 years ago on Introduction

    How long did it take you to sync all of those gears? I've seen something like like this before, good job!

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    floris2burn
    floris2burn

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Doesn't take long caus there aren't that many. And Kairah (kairah89) made his version of it soon after seeing mine. it uses medium gears instead of large and small.

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    ~Aeronous~
    ~Aeronous~

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Now THAT is cool. What motor are you using for that? Are you going to make a track for it?

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    floris2burn
    floris2burn

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    As it says in the description, it's part of my cyclo ball machine. the instructions for it can also be found in the cyclo elements instructable. I made this months ago but the reason I posted this separatly now is because I wanted to post it in the "k'nex lifts" group.

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    ~Aeronous~
    ~Aeronous~

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Hmm. I love those twirly lifts, which work like Leonardo da Vinci's water mills. They are as compact as spiral staircases; compared to normal flights of stairs. You should use one.

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    floris2burn
    floris2burn

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks I made a separate entry of this so I could enter it in the K'nex lifts group.