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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Jul 082015
 
World’s Largest K’Nex Ball Machine Is Gigantic

Beyond the Brick is focused exclusively on LEGO, but veered from their usual programming to feature their building toy cousin, K’Nex. Austin Granger has been building giant K’Nex projects for years now, and has finally finished his largest yet, the world largest K’Nex ball machine located at Brickmania headquarters in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Balls travel on two paths, going up elevators, through loops, and more!

 


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Dez 302013
 
World’s Largest K’nex Ball Machine

Avid K’nex specialist Austron claims to have built the world’s largest K’next ball machine which is housed at The Works Museum in Bloomington, Minnesota. 

And no one dares to debate his claim as the machine is truly colossal, standing over 23 feet tall and containing over 100,000 pieces. 

„It takes 3 and a half minutes for a ball to climb to the top of the tallest tower.“ 

His fingers must be killing him. 

 


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Sep 132012
 

Who didn’t play with K’nex as a kid? The plastic building toy was second only to Lego.  is obsessed with K’nex and has built his greatest and most complex K’nex machine yet. 

Over the course of 8 months, he used more than 40,000 pieces to create 21 different paths using 8 motors to lift balls up 5 tracks. To control his monstrosity, he used a special computer-controlled crane, as well as two computer-controlled illuminated K’nex balls.

 


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