LEGO GBC - Steampunk Marble Run | massive Great Ball Contraption with rollercoaster ramps

Steampunk Marble Run

Make some space for a massive Great Ball Contraption module, full of details and relatively intense to build: the Steampunk Marble Run from JMBricklayer. This ready-to-build set, made with LEGO-compatible bricks and proposed as part of their ongoing Kickstarter campaign, combines steampunk and dinosaur universes elements, creating an eye-catching and intricate design. The massive build features nearly 5400 pieces, including numerous rollercoaster-like ramps, an Archimedes screw lifting mechanism, an elevator, and various other animated parts. Powered by two LEGO PowerFunctions-compatible motors, the machine offers a continuous motion of GBC balls on diverse tracks, making for a mesmerizing display. Despite the high complexity of the build, which takes approximately 15 hours, the packaging and the building instructions are of excellent quality, ensuring a smooth assembly process. The detailed and well-organized parts (bags sealed and numbered like real LEGO ones) contribute to a frustration-free building experience, with no missing pieces reported. Although some building steps require careful attention (kids will want it, dads will build it), the end result is a stunning and functional GBC module. Overall, the Steampunk Marble Run offers a rewarding and immersive building journey, making it a worthwhile addition to any LEGO GBC enthusiast’s collection. I can only recommend to get your own copy and make some space on your desk or on your shelves for this beautiful and awesome GBC module!

Original design by: JMBricklayer
Number of parts: 5391
Complexity for building:
Price for Building: €€€€, expensive

WATCH THIS LEGO GBC MODULE IN ACTION

Steampunk Marble Run, on JMBricklayer YouTube channel

Review the model on Planet GBC channel


BUY THIS GBC MODULE AS A SET

Buy Steampunk Marble Run as a Ready-to-Build LEGO-compatible set

Buy this GBC Module as a ready to build kit with LEGO-compatible bricks | Steampunk Marble Run from JMBricklayer | Planet GBC | Build a MOC

Steampunk Marble Run– from JMBricklayer

  • Set with ALL bricks required
  • High-quality LEGO-compatible bricks
  • 2 motors + battery box included (required 6 AA batteries not-included)
  • Price includes printed Building Instructions (2 booklets)
  • Available on our partner website JMBricklayer
 155,99€ 

Buy this GBC Module on JMBricklayer.com, as a set with LEGO-compatible bricks | Steampunk Marble Run from JMBricklayer | Planet GBC

Note: The GBC module is currently sold as part of a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter (click on “support project” button to buy the kit at the best price)

BUILD THIS LEGO GREAT BALL CONTRAPTION MODULE

No Building Instructions are (for the moment) available on Planet GBC for this LEGO GBC module.

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