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Snake maze Marble track
posted December 11 2010 20:36.42 by Giorgos Lazaridis




That is made of wood! Incredible! This guy is awesome working with wood! He made this snake-maze wooden marble track, and he put some 1 inch marbles to run on it. It has two devices that moves with with electric motors, and they lift the marbles up to the starting point, from where they take the journey back to base. Visit his youtube channel.



[Link: mosignose]
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  • At 12 December 2010, 17:16:38 user Kammenos wrote:   [reply @ Kammenos]
    • this one is made of wood, and is an excellent job. that small scale is very hard to make with wood. i hope mosignose will share the "how to" with us.


  • At 12 December 2010, 14:46:34 user Fung wrote:   [reply @ Fung]
    • I had ever wished to make this!! It just like that the model I had seen in Hong Kong Science Museum when I was so small, that one in the museum was very large in size, it's height was over 3 floors' height of a building.












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