Ball Factory V2

Released in 2011, engineered by AKIYUKI, “Ball Factory V2” is, in my humble opinion, one of the most impressive GBC module ever. The complete module is powered by a single Lego engine ! Fascinating

Original design by: Akiyuki Number of parts: 3110
Original Blog Article (Japanese): here Complexity for building:
Price for Building: €€€€, expensive

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3 comments

  1. Hey,

    can anybody tell the lenght for the grey rubber hoses at the start lifter?
    These parts are missing in the parts list.

    Greetings

  2. Question about V2.

    Dear reader, it seems that version 2 is a “stand alone”? In the first edition the balls came out on the right sight of the module. My question is, is that also possible in version 2, so I can put it in a track, if you know what I mean.

    With kind regards, Arthur

    1. hello Excal1bur,

      The real V2 from Akiyuki is in fact not a standalone module. But the version from The Rebricker with building instructions from BlackBird can indeed work in closed loop. If I’m not mistaking, in this version, you have a switch to alternate between two versions: closed loop or standard module.

      regards

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