This Josh DaVid’s module takes our favorite Lego balls for a ride upside down. The balls are loaded into the module by a conveyor which recycles balls once the module is full. The balls are released one at a time into their cages. These cages go upside down at several different angles while holding the ball. The balls are released at the top of the module and move on to the next module. The hardest part about building this module was keeping the balls in the cages at the 90 degree turn.
— Description provided by Josh DaVid – thanks to him —
|Original design by: Josh DaVid||Number of parts: 900-1000|
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|Price for Building: €€€€, expensive|
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