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A copy of a marble machine I saw on YouTube - I think the original was supposed to be perpetual motion. YouTube is full of that kind of nonsense, but I get ideas from them. The scene file has math breakdown of the toothed belt movement in the XPresso remarks. The dynamics was a bit lively, but I added particle friction to slow things down - an idea I got from GSG's Chris Schmidt.

 

 

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This is a nice, god job. I saw a lot of these things through years. Its amazing what you can do with it. 


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