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Old 08-22-2020, 12:44 PM
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Totally Glueless Marble Run

I saw Totally Glueless kits a while ago. I finally got one from Amazon.
The paper is a bit thinner than I hoped, but workable. The instructions are on a giant poster which is an interesting approach. I like the coloring and the whimsical approach to design. I am hoping to start building it soon.


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interesting approach. I'll try it
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Interesting graphics on that marble run. Looks like a lot of fun.

Here is something I found many years ago.
Paper Roller Coaster

You can buy and download the printable templates to make marble runs. There are also pre-printed sets available but shipping outside the USA is not available.

The marble run(s) can be made as tall as you can manage and as intricate as you want. Check out the video of the very tall one on the site.
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A most unusual and interesting model.

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I so want to see this built!
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Interesting graphics on that marble run. Looks like a lot of fun.

Here is something I found many years ago.
Paper Roller Coaster

You can buy and download the printable templates to make marble runs. There are also pre-printed sets available but shipping outside the USA is not available.

The marble run(s) can be made as tall as you can manage and as intricate as you want. Check out the video of the very tall one on the site.

I may have to send that one to my great-nephew to build with his two boys.


Rob Ives has a downloadable and printable marble run on his site and there are countless wooden kits and instructions for constructing cardboard ones. This one just caught my eye. I will take photos as I build it.
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