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Welcome to Knex Flux, a new kind of knex community, where both instructions and forum are integrated into the same site.

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November 21, 2017, 11:37:38 pm by LiebanaCristian | Views: 79 | Comments: 2

Custom Knex Roller Coaster Model
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Hi everyone, I want to share my own Roller Coaster Model. It's from a school project and I decided to make something different.
Like you can see, the structure of the Roller Coaster it's not made it with Knex pieces. Instead of that, I used PVC tubes that 
simulates the original structure of a real Roller Coaster. I cheer up everyone to try to change the Knex structure for something different, It's a challenge!
For taking advantage of the space, I decided to create a spiral lift. It works very well and it looks very beautiful.
I have to say that it's my first Knex Roller Coaster and I know that I made a lot of mistakes, but I think that I did something different.
Why don't you look it?
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November 18, 2017, 10:25:53 pm by mmtunligit | Views: 156 | Comments: 4

Knex 3-Way Geartrain Switch
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This is a 3-way path selector I made for my ball machine. it uses a standard toggle switch, an arm, a gear train, and a rotating switch in the design. In some of the pictures where you are shown the pieces needed for that step, some of the pieces are missing. There aren't many of them, i think its just a white rod and an orange straight connector. Also, a little bit of this switch diverges from the regular blue rod grid, but not in any way that should profoundly affect a machine.
TheKnexGuy
October 20, 2017, 07:11:45 pm by TheKnexGuy
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Knex Spiral/Circle Maker
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This machine is one that makes spirals and circles on paper. I mostly use this machine for fun, but the designs from it could be useful if you do some thinking. If you want it to go a little faster, you could put a grey motor in it, or gear the green motor down. I didn't, cause this way is way more simple, and the speed is fast enough for me.
Sorunome
August 28, 2017, 12:43:44 pm by Sorunome
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Knex Pump Lift
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Here are the instructions for the pump lift featured in Catastropha!
 If you have any questions then feel free to ask!
 Be sure to read all the image notes!
 
TheKnexGuy
August 17, 2017, 12:34:11 am by TheKnexGuy
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Weird Knex Ball Machine 1: Tiny Box
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I am making a series of weird knex ball machines, and this is the first! Although it is pointless, it is tiny, really tiny. Actually, it is the smallest ball machine ever! (smallest piece wise, that is)
A few years back I think there was some challenge to make a ball machine in a red rod by red rod box. Lots of people were doubting that it was possible, but then one guy actually did complete that challenge. I can't find it now, if someone remembers it please say. Anyway, I thought of taking that challenge farther and making a ball machine in a yellow rod by yellow rod box! Here is the result. The motor and a few other pieces go a tiny bit out of the box but nothing goes way out of it, except the ball when it pops up.
What is pretty cool about this ball machine is that it is the first ball machine to have under 100 pieces! The ball machine that is the next smallest is Sorunome's Micro BM, which has 118 pieces. This one has 87 pieces! That means this ball machine is 31 pieces smaller than the next smallest!

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