Marble Run 003

Marble Run 003

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0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
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39 h
11 plates
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Organsied by part type to allow multi colour on any printer. High quality, strong, and safe
Organsied by part type to allow multi colour on any printer. High quality, strong, and safe
46 h
11 plates
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0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
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9 plates
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三种颜色打印,仅需6盘,适用于P1P P1S 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
三种颜色打印,仅需6盘,适用于P1P P1S 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
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6 plates
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Let's start a marble race with friends! This marble run features a series of elements including elevator, starting line, randomized dividers, elevated track, large funnel, spiral, and loop section. It allows competition of multiple marbles, with each segment introducing an element of unpredictability. The excitement continues all the way to the end!

 

Recommended filaments: Bambu PLA series, PLA Basic is recomended for more smooth track

https://store.bambulab.com/collections/bambu-lab-3d-printer-filament

Hardware Kit: Marble Run Components Kit-003

http://store.bambulab.com/products/marble-run-components-kit-003

 

Please make sure you clean the build plate before printing and/or applying glue to prevent print failures.

 

Follow the video tutorial step by step to print and assemble your build.

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Brilliant for further expansion… Update: I’ve received many requests to share the expansions with the BBL community. I’m very pleased about and discussed it with BBL many times, even last week. But unfortunately I’m still not allowed to share a complete remix. Addons and enhancements are less of a problem, but my extensions go far beyond that. So take my work as an idea of what can be done with the excellent Marble Run 003. Btw… I’ll do it too (e.g. the battery box with switch and timer was not my idea. I just built it differently). Maybe you can build the expansions yourself or request BBL to finally allow Marble Run 003 remixes… As you can see from the new photos, I improved and slightly expanded my expansions.
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Woah! That’s awesome! Will you be sharing this expansion with the world?
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Replying to @RevelRob :
I would like to, but I think BBL's Marble Run 3 license terms don't allow it. Licence: „...object, nor any other DERIVATIVE work of this object…“
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Replying to @MplusM :
Ah that is so unfortunate as it looks epic!
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Organsied by part type to allow multi colour on any printer. High quality, strong, and safe
Eine super Murmelbahn. Das Teil macht echt viel Spaß, vorallem meinem Enkel. Das drucken der Teile war sehr gut. Die Profile funtionieren perfekt. Ich finde es super was die Kontrukteure sich haben einfallen lassen. Ich habe trotzdem noch etwas umgebaut. Bild 1 + 2: Die Standard Bahn wie man sie Downloaden kann. Bild 3: Ich habe die Bahn etwas Modifiziert. Habe eine Motoreinhausung mit USB-C Anschluss und eine Handkurbel gedruckt (Originalteile umkostruiert), ebenfalls auch das obere Rizel. Bild 4: Oberes Ritzel tauschen und modifizierten Bolten einfügen. Bild 5: USB-C stecker anschließen und die Bahn läuft rein elektrisch. Bild 6: Oberen Bolzen durch Handkurbel ersetzen und man kann rein elektrisch oder per Handkurbel die Bahn betreiben.
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Super Upgrade, würdest du deine Files eventuell sharen =)? VG
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Replying to @christian.weike :
Sorry, ist aus Lizenzgründen nicht möglich.
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Replying to @Jogi164 :
sehr schade, dennoch danke für die Mühe und Antwort.
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Super Spielzeug für die Kinder und auch für'n Papa. 😁 Habe meine eigene Startbahn gebastelt, sie funktioniert mit einem Servomotor und blinkenden LED's 😊 Der start geht automatisch 😊
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⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Excellent design. But I didn't have the motor so I mixit to handle mode
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can you provide a print file for the handle?
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can you provide a print file for the handle?
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Sorry I haven't been well lately, but I will upload as soon as possible. Another have done this as well https://makerworld.com/models/30911#profileId-27473
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Super einfacher druck, innerhalb von 35 Stunden mit Bambu Filament in matt gedruckt. Funktioniert einwandfrei.
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Great easy build but the marbles end up bunching up in the slope portion after a few minutes because they run into each other. Needs a redesign in that the slope needs to be a simple ramp instead.
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Same issue here 😔
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Such a fun print! Clean and smooth, loved this project. Can't wait to receive the Marble Run Kit in the mail! Used generic (Inland) PLA filament from Microcenter
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how did you snap the conveyor together, I keep breaking the teeth off. I am using Bambu PLA basic
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Replying to @user_1538669726 :
i had to use a piler
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Replying to @shar3d :
Bonjour vous avez une photo du piler vous avez utilisé pour le convoyeur ? Merci
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WOW👍👍👍! my Kids Loves it!
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looking so good, like the toys in my age
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The green filament you have used in the picture, what color and filament producer is it?
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Prints well for the most part. Plate 11 prints best in silent mode, otherwise the overhangs don’t look great.
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Hi, ich mag das zweifarbige Konzept das Du gewählt hast und wollt fragen welche der platten in Grau (G) und welche Du in bunt (b) gedruckt hast. LG
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Replying to @oliverdamaschke :
I selected “print parts” and printed the base and conveyor tower in grey. I then printed all the remaining parts in a different color. It took a little while longer, but I think the result was worth it.
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After a weeks worth printing it came out great . Had problems assembling the chain. Tolerances very tight and I needed a lot of force pushing the links together. Result several broken hooks. Wonder if printing the chain in PETG would make it more sturdy.
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the trick to assemble the chain is to note the tiny notches next to the divots on the connectors. two are on the upper side and two are on the lower side. to assemble it, position the mating parts so that the connector's with the divots is tilted up so that the two upward facing notches are under the mating part and the two downward facing notches are above the mating part. Then twist the notched chain clockwise to line up and contact the mating part. Press down the joint on a flat surface and they will snap into place. I think the designer did this so that they cannot pop apart while traveling around the pulley, they have to be physically twisted counter-clockwise to take them apart. Nice Design. Threy just need more detailed instructions.
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