The Bucket Tower | Marble Machine STL

Files were just updated on 30th of December and are now better than ever! Happy 3D printing!

You are buying digital STL files available for download immediately after the purchase. You will need a 3D printer to print with a minimum print size of 180x180x180 mm. Yes, it can be printed on Prusa Mini by disabling the skirt.
G-codes for Prusa printers are also provided in the files!

The price is for the two base machines, you also need to add a minimum of 2 modules to the cart, unless you already have them. All of the modules are interchangeable between the machines. You can also get a free marble machine module here.

You are getting two versions. The first is motorized and the second is hand-cranked. You can print just one of them or both if you would like. For the motorized version, you will need a hardware kit and for the hand-cranked version, you will only need the marbles. The kids absolutely love the hand-cranked version, since it is more intractable!

This Marble Machine is unique in the sense that you can stack many levels on top of each other. Go as high or as low as you want!


You are NOT allowed to resell this in digital or 3D printed versions.

Specifications
Length 180mm  | 7 Inches
Width 180mm  | 7 Inches
Height 107cm at 6 Levels stacked  | 42 Inches
Marble Size 7.14mm| 9/32”
Motor N20 DC 3V, 15 RPM
Printing Time Days ;)
Printer Bed Dimensions 180x180x180 mm
Filament Used
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Hardware
  • Please see our help topic for the list of hardware needed.
Assembly

Assembly Instructions

Customer Reviews

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ABE MACKAY
Printed on: MK3S
Filaments used: many different colours and manufacteurs of PLA
79 levels and printing+

Sure gets peoples attention. Comments like "you made that? you printed that on a 3d printer? Awesome! etc"No problems very little post detailing. It is real nice how you can swap any model in and out. I think I might run out of different modules soon. I bought every one they had. I am only at 9 levels. The wife say enough but I don't know?

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Kent Ross
Printed on: Prusa i3 MK3S+
Filaments used: A variety from 4 different vendors.
Love my Bucket tower!

I pushed the limits, my bucket tower is 13 modules tall, or 7 feet 6 inches- floor to ceiling. Absolutely love Luka's designs.

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Luis Valdez
Printed on: Prusa Mk3s
Filaments used: Hatchbox
Love it

Very easy to print, the chains are a little tricky.
I have 4 levels and I think I will try more!!!

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Matt H
Printed on: CREALITY ENDER 3
Filaments used: Generic
Awesome Bucket Tower!

Works Great! Took a while to get everything printed out but I finally finished it. The price for the 3D printer files was VERY reasonable! Thanks Luka for your cool designs! That chain you made for the bucket tower still amazes me. It was articulating right off the build plate! I did nothing to it other than snapping the links together and it works great. Lol.
On a side note, I used little rubber O-rings on the top of the support posts between 4 of the top levels to adjust the chain tension, 1 O-ring per level on all 4 posts.

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Sameer Alrubaye
Printed on: CR-10 MAX
Filaments used: Silk PLA
Peace of mechanical art

very well design, I have no issue

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