Apr 122016
World’s Largest K’NEX Ball Machine Contraption

Next to Lego, K’NEX might be the most popular plastic toy building sets on the market. Like all other world records, the record for the largest machine is constantly being pushed to the limits. Now, Guinness World Records is happy to announce a new world record for the largest K’NEX ball machine, built Austin Granger in Saint Anthony, Minnesota. The machine is made up of 126,285 pieces with countless balls running around the track. Mesmerizing… 


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Mar 182016
Japanese Watch Makers Create Tiniest Rube Goldberg Machine Ever

The Rube Goldberg machine is nothing new online. But the watch masters at Japanese watch and clock company Seiko have taken things to the next level by creating the smallest obstacle course ever to show off their intricate skills! 


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Oct 272015
World’s Slowest Rube Goldberg Machine

We’ve all seen Rube Goldberg Machines before. But nothing like this. Inventor Bob Partington created what is most likely the slowest Rube Goldberg Machine ever built. Every part of the machine is super slow, from a molasses river to a turtle transport. All in all, it takes over six weeks for the machine to complete one cycle. 


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Aug 242015
The Ultimate Trickshot Rube Goldberg Machine Dunk

The Internet loves a good trick shot. It also loves a cool Rube Goldberg Machine. After a spontaneous day having fun while playing basketball, Ryan Higa and his friends had the ingenious idea to merge the two. So they put together the ultimate Rube Goldberg Machine slam dunk. It only took them 137 tries to get it right!


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