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Satisfying 3D Printed Marble Machine Build
- Published on Jan 28, 2023 veröffentlicht
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Comments • 125
I really like the half thread on each side assembly method. That seems like a really neat way to have a fully 3d printed part with no glue or rods needed for putting it together.
the amount of nuts here is nuts
Yeah I wouldn't care if the machine didn't work, the screw knob connectors were a win for me
It's also a cool way to line things up pretty precisely. I've never seen it used before
Agreed, that's a cunning method I'm definitely going to steal
How the heck do you even construct everything like this to work together flawlessly like that...this must’ve taken an outrageous amount of time to get it all perfect! I wish I had this amount of creativity and patience.
I was blown away even before the marbles entered the track! Superb job on the design!
@Möhre no, but I've done quite a bit a few years ago. The designs from this channel are quite good, and I especially loved how the individual parts have half a thread each and get held together by a nut. Pretty awesome!
@Brick Machines are you in 3d printing yourself?
@Möhre oh hello to my longest channel member! 🙂 Yep, I loved this video. Awesome design by 3D Printer Academy!
Oh, hi Brickmachines. Never thought I would find you under a 3d printing video
That connection system is brilliant! I was wondering why some of the screw on caps were smooth and some were "geared".
This is insane, def was worth the wait.
How are people this creative, patient and talented, yet I can barely even repair something that has already been built by someone else with direct fit pieces...this is absolutely incredible.
Magnífico seu projeto, parabéns e saudações do Brasil
It is so satisfying to watch all the mechanisms work at once!
Great job! I'd say the time was worth it!
Awesome! The mounting method is genius.
Not sure if that is possible in the US but here in Germany, bottle caps may easily fit instead of the red gear caps to hold everything together - and they are cheap and easy to come by (just collect them off the drinks you are buying anyways) 🙂
I collected these bottle caps and am now printing a marble machine around them.
Any chance you can do a tutorial on how you designed the half thread assembly method. Awesome.
such beautiful project, congratulations for the results.
It's been said, but the split threads and caps to hold it together is genius!!!
This is amazing. I can’t even get a simple pair of threads to fit correctly.
Very interesting assembly! How much plastic does this take? Seems like at least 2kg?
ugh. I'm saving up to get my bf a 3d printer for xmas 2023 (it'll be for "us") and this video makes me want one even more! it's got my favorite words in it! "3d printed" "marble machine" and! you sped up the footage like some Greek gawd that knows we were gonna speed it up anyways! so satisfying. i can't wait to see how the technology advances in the future to make even better ones! this is so cool!
Wow very interesting I like the part where the marble changes direction one after the other.
That's gorgeous. great idea to connect segments via half and even quarter threads. I love to design and it is my business but I never would have thought of that. Is there a mechanical reason why you used planetary gears for those two big gears?
No reason really. I just think they look cool.
Bambu Labs probably cut quite a bit of the print time. Nice build
😂I am literally working on the exact same project right now! Except my model is also a piece of fantasy castle-like architecture as well as a marble tower. Cool coincidence
do faster printers burn out belts, wheels/bearings noticeably faster? Considering upgrading my ender 5 to the point where I can run it fast but I don't want to have to replace parts every 50 prints
That is cool! Is there a way how to make gears work silently? I’m also trying to print a gearbox, but it is so loudly…
This reminds me of putting mouse trap together. Love it.
That's so satisfying 😍
This is freaking insane dude!!
This is the first time I saw your video. I instantly said... Oooo what else did you build 🙂
🤩 - no metal screws all printed
- overhang free design
Thank you for saving the info for advertising stuff at the end , thats god video editing 👍 i like to watch the video not advertising for products but having it at the end i accually stayed and watched it all , thank you , nothing worse then getting into a video and people throw product ads in the middle .
the connector screws are really clever
Holy mother of gears. love it :)
Outstanding, my autistic son is obsessed with marble runs, he would faint if he saw this! 🙂
Absolutely marbelous work 😛
This is so fun! A bit loud though
I love everything about this 👍😲
This is VERY impressing!!
That is just awesome!
This could be a nice way to distract your self from the anxiety you get by forgetting to do home work
Back then when you want to create something new model you have built out of something or start with a paper plan drawing model, now this day the technology are getting better and more advance with help of computer systems and adding with the 3D model printer you can create or built any examples model you want to start working on it 😲😉👍👍
True marble marvel!
I love it!
This is something the guys at Corridor Crew should see!!!!
Amazing - and a cute cat at the end!
That is super cool!
Shows a nice quiet and fast 3D printer. Check it out, no head phone warning, ITS ALIVE!
About how many spool of filament are needed for this? I'm trying to estimate the cost.
About 2 spools. It weight 1.9kg with the motor
C'est une course perpétuelle
Excellent video! 😁😁
Oh this is so cool! I love rube goldberg machines
do you allow resale?
So satisfying sound
will you can make a box to the controller?
Wo. You are genius 👍👍
4:10 best part XD
Do you share the design ?
Wow ypur assembly method is amazing
Next time you could create an automaton that is able to write 😁
clever assembly method
lubricate bit， it will be way more smoother!!
If that's not cool then what is!
I cant imagine all of the time and work to design and then print all of that
Don't let @wintergatan know... or the MM4 will be completely 3d-printed ;) (...and perhaps never finished)
@3D Printer Academy 😎to be honest... no one really understands his breaking with MMX... "Playing tight music" is not a reason for most of us as we don't hear it anyways... "Consistency, Reliability, Resilience..." well.. if it plays music on a stage that might be good enough, even if there are marble-souvenirs flying around or something breaks... How often will strings tearing off of guitars or misplayed beats on drums and you don't even recognize it in the audience... It's just Martin's perfectionism. (which we all to witness - for sure) 😄
haha I like how you're already mentally prepared for the MM4 and MM3 is barely started😂
I seriously have to get a 3d printer
Many people say that my artworks are printed 🙃
Better than marble machine x 🤣
Only needs an inverted laundry basket to slide down a pole and trap the mouse!
How to make infinite 3d printers:
Buy a 3d printer
Print a 3d printer with the 3d printer
2:03 loud sound warning
Very clever fasters!
Wintergatan be like
I really need that screw driver. Can you tell me where to buy it?
Look for the WERA Zyklop Speed :)
Concernant you print 3d little plane ?
this dude has a FAST AS FUCK printer
It's a bamboo printer lol it's absolutely insane
How much filament was this print job?
2kg (using lighting infill to save on material)
Скрежет металла по пластику не очень приятный
nice try some oil on the cogs
That is so f.. cool. Which is the motor?
I added a link in the description. Its a 12v geared DC motor, 100RPM.
Sounds like a combine
i sense mmx inspiration
Now make it play music
YT description mentions 100rpm but your pledge page description mentions 60rpm?
60 RPM removes the need for a speed controller. I used a 100 RPM motor in the video but with a speed controller to slow it down slightly.
I have this stl file for free , let me know if u need it.
We should replace all Newton's Cradles with this.
It feels illegal to be this early.
5:54 what was his opinion?
That's where you got your printer? Microcenter? Mine doesn't work good.
These are Bambu Lab X1 printers. They are the best printers available and are very easy to use. Hopefully Micro Center will sell them in the future. Right now these printers are only available on Bambu's website. (Link in the description)
this free energy or no
Lol Wait for me dang it i missed it
TD, was not satisfied.