Embark on an amazing ride over the LEGO GBC Ball Rolling Machine 14 from Rimo Yaona. This long and massive LEGO GBC is featuring four distinct chariots with a moving platform on top of each one of them. Your favorite GBC balls will be able to jump from one chariot to another thanks to a very smart mechanism hidden within each one of the wagon. The entire ball machine can be powered manually via a simple crank or thanks to a single LEGO Power Functions motor. The moves from the chariots as well as the up and down moves of the top platforms are truly mesmerizing. Do not wait to reproduce this stunning masterpiece, dressed with beautiful and flashy colors, thanks to ready-to-build LEGO kit and high-quality PDF building instructions available on Planet GBC. Let’s Go !
Original design by: Rimo Yaona
Number of parts: 2278
Complexity for building:
Price for Building: €€€€, expensive
GBC Ball Rolling Machine 14, on Rimo Yaona YouTube channel
Ball Rolling Machine 14 on Planet GBC channel:
GBC Ball Rolling Machine 14– from Rimo Yaona
- Set with ALL bricks required
- 100% Genuine LEGO bricks
- Price includes Building Instructions
- Available on our partner website BuildaMOC.com
Note: picture illustrating the presented product is given as an indication to help you in your choice and is not contractual
|GBC Ball Rolling Machine 14 – from Rimo Yaona
Building Instructions + Parts List
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This looks like it will be a lot of fun to build, can’t wait to get started.
After close inspection thanks to the good close up video, it appears the majority can be built with common technic and Lego parts. At close to 2300 parts, it will be an interesting challenge. I look forward to starting my build.
It looks like everything on this website is for sale, not much for the free builds. If that is the case, you should at least list some of the parts that will be needed that cost a lot of money just to get started, the more expensive parts. That way people will know what to expect.
A lot of instructions are for free on Planet GBC.
But they indeed co-exist with paying ones.
the parts list for paying instructions is already in the todolist.
Planet GBC is going soon to have a fresh relooking (parts lists for paying instructions will be on)