How To Make A LEGO Marble Run

by | Apr 23, 2022 | DIY, LEGO

Introduction

Lego helps us to switch our boring time to an interesting one. And, today we will again make an interesting Lego model. We will learn about how to make a Lego Marble Run.

Supplies

Let us list down the supplies list that is required to make a Lego Marble Run.

Materials

  • Lego Pieces
  • Marbles

Steps To Make A LEGO Marble Run

Step 1: The first step is to fix the Lego pieces one above the other.

Making the Base

Step 2: Now, repeat the same process simultaneously and continue attaching the Lego pieces.

Making a Pillar

Step 3: In the third step you have to attach a flexible Lego piece at the top which will help us to connect the other pieces.

Attaching a Connecting Piece

Step 4: In the following step, you have to attach the Lego pieces at the sides which will be the support for the flexible piece.

Fixing the Support Pieces

Step 5: Now, take other Lego pieces and fix them in the following manner.

Making Second End

Step 6: Cover the base with a smooth Lego piece and attach the connecting piece to one side.

Covering the Base

Step 7: Fix the supporting Lego pieces that will support it and it will be the ending base.

Fixing the Supporting Pieces

Step 8: Fix the lengthy Lego pieces together and then fix the tiny smooth sloping Lego pieces on it. This will be the bridge of our marble run.

Making the Bridge

Step 9: Attach this piece to one side of the pillar.

Attaching the Bridge

Step 10: Make one more slope and connect it with the initial slope or with the bridge. But in the middle make a small Lego box piece with the rings to attach. Then attach the second slope with it. Lastly, connect the second slope with the ending base.

Connecting Entire System

Step 11: The last step is to place the marble ball on the top and let it come down.

Lego Marble Run

Recommendation

  • If you want a lengthy marble run then we recommend you make three to four slopes.

Things To Remember

  • Make sure the bridge of the marble run is made up of connecting two Lego pieces and it is strong.

 

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