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Student spends 250 hours building world’s largest K’Nex machine with 100,000 pieces [pics & video]

Dec 31, 2013 By Joey White 1

Last year, University of Minnesota computer science student Austin Granger spent 8 months building a 40,000-piece K’Nex ball machine in his St. Paul, Minnesota, bedroom. The video of his creation went viral as soon as it hit YouTube and has garnered over 2 million views.

This year, he’s stepped up his game, creating the world’s largest K’Nex ball machine at The Works Museum in Bloomington, Minnesota. Taking 250 hours of work and over 100,000 pieces, his new creation stands 23 feet tall…

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Granger also writes the soundtracks for the videos he creates of his machines in action. While he’s still working on a “full-length” YouTube video for his latest creation, he’s released a “teaser”…

As we await more footage of his massive machine in action, here are more pics…

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