Knex Auto-Clicker

About: K'nex is my thing!
This is a simple little device I came up with that clicks a mouse. Then, it clicks it again. And again, and again, and again, until you unplug it or your house blows up.

I made this for my friend so he could use it for runescape. I checked in and he had a inventory full of stuff, including a rune axe (my friend says thats good!).

Just so you know, I made a base that cradles a wireless mouse as well as a wired mouse. If you have a wireless mouse, skip steps 7+8, and if you have a mouse with a wire, skip steps 5+6.

Credit to Sypran for the original idea.


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Step 1: Parts List

This is the list where I will list the parts in a parts list, hence the name, parts list.

Add the parts from the frame to the base of your choice. Not both, just the one you want.

Green - 9
White - 16
Blue - 20
Yellow - 9
Red- 1

Dark Grey - 1
Light Grey - 2
Red - 1
Yellow - 4
White - 4
Purple - 20
Blue - 2

Grey motor (Photo) and its wormy gear
4 Tan clips
8 silver spacers
6 blue spacers

Blue - 8
Dark Grey - 2
Red - 4
White - 2
Purple - 8
1 silver spacer
1 blue spacer
3 tan clips

Red - 4
White - 2
Purple - 6
Blue - 2
Green - 6
White - 1
Blue - 8
Yellow - 1
2 Y connectors
4 Blue spacers

Got those? Get building!

Step 2: Middle Frame

This is the bulk of the machine. Easy building.

1: Make this
2: And build this
3: Put the two together to get this weak mess
4: Make this
5: And put it together.

Press onward!

Step 3: Axle Assembley

Yeah. What the title said.

1: Make this bit
2: Another view from the side
3: Make this
4,5 and 6; This axle part. Should be easy to make
7: Put the part with the hinge onto the thing you just made
8: Put the bit you made first on the end like so
9: Put it onto the frame like so. Read the notes.

Step 4: Motor and Such

This is the step for the motor and a bit of other random stuff.

1: Get your motor and put two blue rods through it
2: Put it on your frame like so
3: Make this panelish thing
4: Put it on the frame to top off the top.
5: A picture of the inside
6: Make this part
7: And insert it


Step 5: Wireless Base

I will repeat: Skip step 5+6 if you have a wired mouse. This is just for wireless mouses.

Thank you. Now get on with it!

1: Make
2: Build the corner
3: Make this little part
4: Put the corner piece and the one you made first together
5: And put it on the other bit.
6: Get a blue rod. The elastic on the end is optional, but recommended.

Step 6: Wireless Base Assembley

1:Just pop it on the bottom of the frame. Easy.
2:The grey connector goes through ye olde bleu rod.
3: Put the blue rod through the white and attach to the hinge

Whoop whoop, you're done!

Step 7: Normal Base

Prettymuch the base for mouses that are connected to the computer by wires.

1: Make this bad boy
2: And this
3: Put the two together (Greens facing down)
4: Build this
5: Make this funky bit
6: A close up of the corner
7: Put it on the other part
8: And put the last bit in
9: Build this

You are almost there!

Step 8: Normal Base Assembley

Real easy. Just stick it on the bottom of the frame.

1: Yeah...
2: Put the blue rod thing through the white connector and connect it to the hinge (I removed a yellow rod for this picture so you could see).


Step 9: Usage

Simply put the machine over the mouse of choice and plug the motor in. It should just start clicking. A lot. Clicking a lot. Click, click, click, click.....

Hope it works for you. Thanks for building!


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    Question 6 months ago

    Hmm, I wonder where I can get that grey motor at. K’NEX’s shop doesn’t sell any of them.


    6 years ago

    What can I use this for in rs

    i have a two part motor held together by wires, one is batteries and the other a motor, so instead of using cogs i just put the motor onto the the red rod because it has a hole in to put the rod through, hope this helped

    Sure just dont build the whole thing without the motor mount and modify it to your own motor... Should be easy to fit onto a blue rod frame.


    8 years ago on Introduction

    Something to keep pressing falador teleport while I watch tv!


    8 years ago on Introduction


    i swear this is a good use of knex. i use them for knex guns tho but this is awesome!


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    try green dragons in chaos tunnels =D can't use this for it, but i don't suggest you use this for runescape, runescape has waay too good detection systems compared to other games


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Um thats mem im f2p but it doesn't matter i make 75k+ per day by merchanting so i don't have to play more than 5 mins a day


    9 years ago on Introduction

    uh guys.... why don't you just download an autoclicker program? go on and type autoclicker... u know what? ill make it easier for u. heres the link                                                                                                               > <
    cuz i dont really think this is about the autoclicker... i think its about the knex

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