The World’s Largest K’nex Ball Machine With Over 100,000 Pieces

Austron, the artist behind Clockwork, the 40,000 piece K’nex machine that went viral back in September of last year, is back. This time with the world’s largest K’nex structure. Standing at 23 feet tall and built with over 100,000 pieces, this incredible K’nex machine took about 4 months from start to finish (approximately 250 hours). It was built for The Works Museum in Bloomington, MN.

Austron’s Youtube channelsource

World’s Largest K’nex Ball Machine – Teaser

Clockwork – Austron’s fifth major K’nex ball machine

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