A video has been posted to YouTube recently and shows the Guinness World Record holder for the biggest K’Nex ball machine. The K’Nex ball machine has a six and a half foot wide ball funnel along with several loops, pulleys, and more than 1,000 feet of track.
The video is quite mesmerizing and covers the complete scope of the project. The project features more than 126,000 K’Nex pieces. As per the video’s description, the project has 10 lifts, 14 motors, a 6 ft high vertical loop, and a 100 ft long illuminated path. The video has been posted by the YouTube user, Austron and covers the biggest K’Nex ball machine ever. It also boasts a self-supporting bridge that is approximately 40 feet long.
The K’Nex ball machine was created by Brickmania Toyworks in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It took two years to complete with the project kicking off in 2014 and ending in 2016. It was disassembled in 2018, and the pieces were sent to The Works Museum in Bloomington, Minnesota. According to Austron, the museum is working on assembling an even bigger machine for the sake of a newer world record.
The YouTube channel also shows other impressive works, including ‘Clockwork,’ and it is quite apparent that the team will succeed in setting a new world record. Meanwhile, we strongly suggest that you check out this incredible K’Nex ball machine and do let us know what you think of it. As for the team that is working on setting the new world record; we wish you the best of luck and look forward to featuring your creation once it has been completed and is ready for display!