Marble Conveyor Belt Repair - Marble Machine X #130

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Reparing the Conveyor belt into "World Tour Safe" condition. Lots and lots and lots of work like this to do on a machine that has more parts than a car and is designed by an optimistic amateur mechanical designer.
Im back at building on the machine itself after taken care of the project management part of the machine - so now while i have been repairing the conveyor the team has been busy all over the world working on other aspects of the build. The multiplier in efficiency i wanted to achieve has become real. Very happy for this. Expect more build videos over the summer.
All the best/ Martin
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Wintergatan 5 kuukautta sitten
Reparing the Conveyor belt into "World Tour Safe" condition. Lots and lots and lots of work like this to do on a machine that has more parts than a car and is designed by an optimistic amateur mechanical designer. Im back at building on the machine itself after taken care of the project management part of the machine - so now while i have been repairing the conveyor the team has been busy all over the world working on other aspects of the build. The multiplier in efficiency i wanted to achieve has become real. Very happy for this. Expect more build videos over the summer.
1984 2056
1984 2056 3 kuukautta sitten
Bas Koning
Bas Koning 4 kuukautta sitten
I really like your machine, its a true work of art. One thing bothers me though: the amount of noise it makes to operate. Take that conveyor belt: the amount of noise coming from it is insane. I think, that you should optimize for sound reduction of the mechanism a fair bit when you are done adding instruments.
Donald Harlan
Donald Harlan 5 kuukautta sitten
Your craft is beautiful, It matters for music. Outstanding Job!!...of course.
Dirk Dingle
Dirk Dingle 5 kuukautta sitten
What an amazing machine, I hope you do another schematic for it once it is finished to show the difference in complexity between concept and completion. I would love to buy a poster of that
Alexander Shekhtman
Alexander Shekhtman 5 kuukautta sitten
Hi, Martin! This might be a bit late, considering it's been a while since we discussed the vibraphone, but I have a suggestion. I believe you have an opportunity to experiment with a new concept. Instead of having the vibrato flaps all in line and in phase with each other, you can phase-offset some of them by a predetermined number of degrees (or radians). Thus, instead of having a constant wah-wah-wah for all the notes of the vibraphone, you can have the notes (some of them, not necessarily all of them) go "wah-wah" one after the other. You can create a new concept in vibraphone music: ✨ ARPEGGIATED VIBRATO! ✨ Free idea, just tossing it out there. 👍
Etto Rigo
Etto Rigo 7 päivää sitten
Frizione o folle
ty pennington
ty pennington 17 päivää sitten
When did the conveyor break?
Trade Show Tom
Trade Show Tom Uukausi sitten
Hi Martin. Don't be discouraged. You've done an amazing job of designing, creating and continually improving MMX. I can't wait to see it live someday and I look forward to hearing more great music from it. I also enjoy watching you problem solve and absolutely love that you aren't afraid to take a grinder to your creation to improve it. Such an amazing project Martin.
P 3 kuukautta sitten
If you do a lot of work of this sort then you should get a few table clamps. Less awkwardness, frustration, time, effort, and risk of damaging parts when you need three hands to hold some parts down while moving or operating other parts.
1984 2056
1984 2056 3 kuukautta sitten
mistahhbean gaming
mistahhbean gaming 3 kuukautta sitten
seems faster
G M 3 kuukautta sitten
Captain hindsight is right. You need to make the chain tensioner. Maybe two, one tensioner per chain. Because all chains have tendency to stretch. For example bicycle, chain saw, motorbike and even car engines where is timing chain. Those are metal. Also rubber belts stretch, that why they have tensioners. Example on cars. Lets think what happen when the chain is plastic? I just car mechanic but when friction and moving energy point a to b start to happen things start to wears out and stretch in time. In tour i think you be very happy when you are able to adjust the chain tension easily.
FlyNAA 3 kuukautta sitten
I think he’s batting 1000 on pronouncing “idea” in this one!
SinTanity 3 kuukautta sitten
You know what Martin, a project like this- you're bound to run into problems of all sorts. And this is mostly because it's a one-of-a-kind machine! Everything you know now you didn't know when you started this build. And now, you're going to have to go back and fix all your earlier mistakes and deal with mechanical oversights. It may seem discouraging, but that's because this is the _least_ fun part of a project: the problem solving. You have built your dream machine! It exists, you put endless hours into it, caring for it, designing and building it! And now comes the shitty part, the breakdowns, the tweaking, the finding missing screws and locking other ones in place. It's normal for a project like this. But you can do it. You have a team with you, and a huge community who supports and believes in you! Myself and my friends are ready to buy tickets the second you get to Vancouver for your world tour. Don't get discouraged! You can do it- the end is tantalizingly close!!!!
Adam Boyd
Adam Boyd 4 kuukautta sitten
At around 20:22 a marble pops out of the conveyor belt. I hope I'm not the only one who noticed it.
Ficco Clivano Ikhsan
Ficco Clivano Ikhsan 4 kuukautta sitten
Permission to capture all the comments about Chemistry. @everyone
John Smith
John Smith 4 kuukautta sitten
I am very surprised that all of the screws on this machine are not blue-loctited against vibration as a standard procedure for this machine. I was even more surprised to see Martin re-mounting the conveyor he just fixed without loctiting the mounting screws too.
puellanivis 4 kuukautta sitten
A reliability engineering idea that comes out of Google’s Site Reliability Engineers is to try to always target capacity+2, instead of just capacity+1. The purpose of this, is so that if there is a fault with your backup, or you have any other kind of fault while running in “degraded state” (i.e. at a point with less units than the target) you have that additionally buffer on top of the just capacity+1 backup. At this point, you’re basically chasing nines, though, capacity+0 covers about 99% of the operating time, one backup gets you like 99.99%, and capacity+2 gets you 99.9999%. That extra 0.0099% should help CYA in the 0.99% where you’re operating on a backup, giving you plenty of breathing room to get new parts commissioned to get back to capacity+2.
DeepPastry 4 kuukautta sitten
AHHH!! ... Great googly. As others have stated, that was not a good choice of Loctite, like at all. For the screws into metal, you should of stuck with the medium strength Blue stuff 243 (242 old version). That way you could actually remove the screws without a blowtorch; luckily it may not cure since too much was used, which is code for disassemble and reassemble with a medium strength threadlocker for the into metal screws. As for the acrylic... No, no, that's like the totally wrong type: 638 actually mentions avoiding that type of plastic. You'd want to redo it with Permabond 743; a CA glue (cyanoacrylate adhesive, ie super/crazy glue) that is supposedly a flexible cyanoacrylate adhesive. Maybe a Loctite 569 (or 545), since it is made partly from acrylic. But any CA glue would be better in the acrylic if you had nothing else, just use a thin high viscosity version.
Alibe 4 kuukautta sitten
"There we go, no more slidie-slidie! Lockey-lockey!" 😂😂
Yashasvi Yadav
Yashasvi Yadav 4 kuukautta sitten
Which screwdriver is that you use can someone tell
Bas Koning
Bas Koning 4 kuukautta sitten
10:50 lol, its almost like programming with real materials. 'less is more', you are in the condensing stage of software, I mean hardware development
Arkaradiat 4 kuukautta sitten
He is like Leonardo Da Vinci of our times.
CoockieClassiC Keks
CoockieClassiC Keks 4 kuukautta sitten
I got goosebumps, as is saw, the marble lifting system works perfect with a drill, now i could cry to see, it's damaged. But i know Martin will fix it!
Olli Jarva
Olli Jarva 4 kuukautta sitten
"this mallet" @ 17:57. lol.
John Pfeifer
John Pfeifer 4 kuukautta sitten
If you had the cams for the conveyor belt chain drive thingy 90 degrees out from each other instead of 180 degrees, it wouldn't actually stop moving. Because one of the two arms would always be at a position where it's moving the chain. It would just slow down and speed up at a cool rhythm but never actually fully stop.
Peter Marcusson
Peter Marcusson 4 kuukautta sitten
soooo.. no one have commented on your statement of the taskline being pink... when it was clearly purple ;-) snyggt jobbar !
RandomPerson744 teh Object thingy
RandomPerson744 teh Object thingy 4 kuukautta sitten
Nobody: Absolutely NO ONE: Not a single soul on this Earth: Nope: Not even me: 12:34: (Martin sketches a part) 12:38: (then turns it into a shark)
Z Ozzy
Z Ozzy 4 kuukautta sitten
Loctite? Well there's your problem! You've been using Loctite when you should have been using Flex Glue
Foster chance
Foster chance 4 kuukautta sitten
i call it a rube goldburgs piano
helge540 4 kuukautta sitten
When this Machine is finished it will create thousands of unemployed musicians, filling the streets with burning cars and exploding bombs. In other words an unimaginable chaos. People around the world will ask the one themselves: Was it worth it? The simple answer: Yes
cryogenixzero 4 kuukautta sitten
That slack will come back once your chain and belt starts to get permanent strain. It has finite elasticity and you will eventually need to tighten it again. The permanent screw won't help when the moment comes.
James Jafolla
James Jafolla 4 kuukautta sitten
Hi software QAer here... I saw your test @18:52 ish... and well I just wanted you to remember to actually run your tests in real world situations. I like that you were thinking through stress cases and border cases and all that... but then you tested it sideways... when it actually sits vertically and gravity would do different things to it. So remember to run your tests with real world application.
Alejandro Martinez
Alejandro Martinez 4 kuukautta sitten
Northpaw Trails
Northpaw Trails 5 kuukautta sitten
142 dislikes? They must have lost their marbles ...
Koning Bolo
Koning Bolo 5 kuukautta sitten
9:26 When I worked in a piano refurbishment place I learned that running tuning pins in with a drill would burn the wood to end up with a rather loose fit rendering the fit useless. Seeing you run in metal screws into plastic made me think of the friction problem. I hope the fit is still tight and the screws didn't heat up the plastic too much for the fitt to be ruined... BTW: in piano's loose tuning pins are screwed out of the tuning block with a hand drill and replaced by oversized tuning pins which are driven in (with a big hammer and driver) rather then turn/screwed in...
Lause 5 kuukautta sitten
why not use a U shaped bracket with a captive nut so you don't have to rely on the acrylic
Formulierung Die
Formulierung Die 5 kuukautta sitten
Could someone show this guy we have mp3-players nowadays?
Scott Nunan
Scott Nunan 5 kuukautta sitten
So the two pistons that drive the chain conveyor, each on is double acting and will make the conveyor rotate when the a piston is moved up or down. So why are there two? Is it just to make it stronger? More rachet teeth driving at any time! Or was the idea to make the chain drive constantly? If so just set your crankshaft angle at 90deg instead of 180 deg and the chain will drive with constant motion instead of pulsing like it does, If the pulsing was your intention for artistic purposes or whatever the please disregard my rambling and carry on with the good work :)
urishima 5 kuukautta sitten
"This mallet" We call that a 'thumb detecting nut-fucker'
-Chili-Ile -
-Chili-Ile - 5 kuukautta sitten
20:23 One marble drop out
frepi 5 kuukautta sitten
Man I love this tig "pop"
Zenku390 5 kuukautta sitten
I can't imagine how frustrating and demoralizing it must be to do this little repairs, but I can assure you, these kinds of videos are my favorite. Seeing you change and improve parts of the MMX that you've already put on shows so much growth, and the tiny fixes add up to huge contributions to the machine. Keep it up Martin! I will support you even after I see you and MMX on the world tour.
Dominick Lincoln
Dominick Lincoln 5 kuukautta sitten
How many times do you have to oil this everyday
witzed1 5 kuukautta sitten
"Amateur designer"...Most mechanical engineers would love to have your talents for design and imagination. Most don't. This would be done "professionally" by having a project manager, and a team of people, each responsible for a small section of the machine. You do all of these jobs and the result is amazing.
Legend2993 5 kuukautta sitten
You would have used screw lock gel🙄
Heresy 5 kuukautta sitten
Martin the marble machine was a concept the mmx is a prototype. Thomas Edison and the Invention of the Light Bulb. "I haven't failed -- I've just found 10,000 that won't work." “Many of life's failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.”
Justnice980 5 kuukautta sitten
I love This Old Tony. Anyone who doesn't watch him is really missing out on some high quality content!
blackbonsai 5 kuukautta sitten
oh man reading comments and assuming he destroyied the whole batch of Acrylic, broke my heart
blackbonsai 5 kuukautta sitten
yeiyei looks like Martin is in full improvise mode again. im lil bit scared
Armin Kubat
Armin Kubat 5 kuukautta sitten
It looks like the ninety-ninety rule also applies to engineering. :) Love the project btw!
Bergen Ackerman
Bergen Ackerman 5 kuukautta sitten
If you want save time, you can use green loctite (290). It's self wicking and can be applied after the screws are in place
Benjamin Cho
Benjamin Cho 5 kuukautta sitten
The wonka of making music and building
R͔̪̞Y͉͍͜Z͓̞̟E̻̝͉N͉̫͙ R̷Y̷N̷E̷
R͔̪̞Y͉͍͜Z͓̞̟E̻̝͉N͉̫͙ R̷Y̷N̷E̷ 5 kuukautta sitten
He called his trusty wrench a "mallet" 🤣
Brothers Games
Brothers Games 5 kuukautta sitten
Porque não está trazendo mais videos?
chester8420 5 kuukautta sitten
That friction tensioner slipped because it was very overloaded. We run into that issue on the farm at times. If you beef those overload slip points too much, something else will fail. You will find that it is easier for your sheet metal components to bend than for the chain to break.
Dakkaron 5 kuukautta sitten
It just occurred to me that it's pretty amazing that you actually managed to finish the first Marble Machine. I mean, it wasn't as good as the MMX, but you did it without CNC, CAD or much other help. It is pretty amazing that you got it to work!
Tim Ball
Tim Ball 5 kuukautta sitten
that ToT video was my introduction to this channel, and I've watched everything since!
AerialKoala 5 kuukautta sitten
What CNC machine is that?
Mix 5 kuukautta sitten
You look so tired. PLZ get some rest my hero.
vinny142 5 kuukautta sitten
4:30 "I think I might have a spare" So now you've got a taste of what you can expect on tour:a simple screw gets undone and your entire machine is useless. Your safety wasapparently not safe enough and *now* you notice you don't have a spare and you cannot make the part yourself because it requires specialist knowledge.
Max Z
Max Z 4 kuukautta sitten
Your point being? He noticed there was an issue, and fixed it. It is now safe for the world tour and is strong.
АЛЕКСЕЙ МАТВИЕНКО 5 kuukautta sitten
Уважаемый ты хоть с играй что нибудь интересное на своём аппарате, а то давно ничего не играл. Вот мне понравилось как ты сделал с бас-гитарой и ударником, было классно!
Björn Persson
Björn Persson 5 kuukautta sitten
Hi Martin, what is the total weight of the MMX now? And also... how are you planning to travel on your MMX World Tour?
egghunter212 5 kuukautta sitten
Could you do a Video with Pewdiepie?
Adam Smith
Adam Smith 5 kuukautta sitten
I want to thread lock my heart after this!
I M Infamous
I M Infamous 5 kuukautta sitten
every time a part breaks, order 2 more spare replacements
CDWCAULDRON 5 kuukautta sitten
Martin Reminder the Samuel Kemp Post "Loctite would eat away at slow degradation that embrittled the plastic over a few days with Acrylic." Something to Check. And CAN WE PLAY THE Marble Machine X After your Dun Cleaning it???
rinnin 5 kuukautta sitten
You’re doing Gods work Martin. Keep it up. We Believe 🙏🤞🤘
Юрий Потапов
Юрий Потапов 5 kuukautta sitten
진짜 어케보면 진짜머리
abbsnn cose
abbsnn cose 5 kuukautta sitten
30 minutes, then it starts forming cracks.) So I wouldn't recommend a normal nut + loctite due to that reason.
abbsnn cose
abbsnn cose 5 kuukautta sitten
20:43 Chain stretch happens on motorcycles all the time. All motorcycles have to have an adjustment on the rear chain-driven wheel that can be adjusted to compensate for t
hyena gamer
hyena gamer 5 kuukautta sitten
18:00 “Now, I’m going to use this mallet” [holds up wrench]
David Duffy
David Duffy 5 kuukautta sitten
Though you look to be in your 60s my guess is you’ll be well into advanced middle age by the time your World Tour is ready. That said you have developed so much since beginning this great project. Well done
giantman261 5 kuukautta sitten
I would probably use POM or Delrin instead of acrylic. Acrylic is quite fragile and brittle.
Gustaf Habram
Gustaf Habram 5 kuukautta sitten
I'm guessing Martin means "repairs" when saying "reparations" (since repair is "reparation" in Swedish), but it is a Freudianly fitting word, the definition being: "the action of making amends for a wrong one has done, by providing payment or other assistance to those who have been wronged" Who's been wronged? In this case, perhaps Alex CNC. Remember Martin, there's nothing wrong in being wrong. Mistakes are temporary, learning from them is forever. ❤️
Tomi bgt Suovuo
Tomi bgt Suovuo 5 kuukautta sitten
Kämpa, Martin! 👍
Marco Mayer
Marco Mayer 5 kuukautta sitten
Shower thought: It's crazy how sound programs like logic pro basically pack like 50 of those marble machine X's with just a few gigs on a harddrive. Times change
vperm2f 5 kuukautta sitten
this is sooo steampunk, love it!
pablo diablo
pablo diablo 5 kuukautta sitten
you should use washers or flanged nuts for slotted holes to increase surface area.
TheDonelliX 5 kuukautta sitten
10:24 oxido??
King Mondo
King Mondo 5 kuukautta sitten
The design process is just so beautiful. Every time I watch another MMX video I marvel at this awe-inspiring project and the complicated, yet inspiring process that Martin has experienced while striving for his dream.
skatterbrain 5 kuukautta sitten
My question is why in the hell aren't you using Blue Locktight on all screws in order to prevent screws from working themselves out & still be able to do maintenance if needed .
Mond Wolf
Mond Wolf 5 kuukautta sitten
Using those deformation Lock-nuts, you need at least 1.5-3 threads sticking out to ensure the bolt won't back out. Grinding them down, is asking for trouble. Also that chain will stretch and you now have no way to adjust it.
charles joshi
charles joshi 5 kuukautta sitten
it will weigh 100 kg more after all the issues fixed
Master VSB Productions
Master VSB Productions 5 kuukautta sitten
Dude, it's been 659 years since you started to build this machine.
Fluro Fire
Fluro Fire 5 kuukautta sitten
The audio in this video, through headphones, touches my very soul.
Jolly jumper
Jolly jumper 5 kuukautta sitten
I think it's one of the most satisfying videos you did. It's not necessary to see the diffrence, but to know about it!
Turtledud3 5 kuukautta sitten
20:43 Chain stretch happens on motorcycles all the time. All motorcycles have to have an adjustment on the rear chain-driven wheel that can be adjusted to compensate for the chain stretch and prevent slop from forming. Once the adjustment runs out, you definitely need a new chain and sprocket set with it. Maybe the chain lift can incorporate this same design as the rear of a motorcycle at the very top of the lift to allow for stretch to happen. It also eliminates the friction fit that you wanted to avoid. Please let me know if this is helpful.
Ikplayer3 5 kuukautta sitten
Me watching The 30th video of this series and than ending it there. Now. Oh! ITS still going 100 episodes later
jude grant
jude grant 5 kuukautta sitten
u no i honestly think ur willy wonka
Boaz B
Boaz B 5 kuukautta sitten
About to enter a conditional formatting comment, you: "I know I can do that" Ok sure, have fun doing it by hand :P
AJ Bordzhe
AJ Bordzhe 5 kuukautta sitten
Please build pewdiepie a new tambourine
Rat Fink
Rat Fink 5 kuukautta sitten
What are you using for project management software?
Rat Fink
Rat Fink 5 kuukautta sitten
Threadlocker for the acrylic marble shuttles...
Ben LaRoche
Ben LaRoche 5 kuukautta sitten
others have mentioned this but I've personally seen some kinds of clear plastic basically disintegrate around locktite screws, I think I was making a panel to hold a bunch of speed controllers and stuff for a robot, it was Lexan plastic, hopefully the plastic you have doesn't fall apart I learned this the hard way
mikea hiooi
mikea hiooi 5 kuukautta sitten
Martin, I would suggest you make at least 10% spares. If you have 37 identical parts, you should have at least 4 spares.
mikea hiooi
mikea hiooi 5 kuukautta sitten
Thirza Peevey
Thirza Peevey 5 kuukautta sitten
Make sure you make spare parts, so your world tour doesn't grind to a halt.
Gavin Gynert
Gavin Gynert 5 kuukautta sitten
Ryan Gurnick
Ryan Gurnick 5 kuukautta sitten
Martin! Please remember that for any success there is AT LEAST 1000 failures. I love this episode just as much as any other, in fact I think that its is a testimony for how well designed this machine is since you have the ability to fix the issues rather than find out that its impossible to fix! Keep believing and we will get there!
no1bandfan 5 kuukautta sitten
Aaron Crowton
Aaron Crowton 5 kuukautta sitten
love all of your videos no more slidey slidey lockey lockey
Lee Nickell
Lee Nickell 5 kuukautta sitten
What a total waste of time
Max Z
Max Z 4 kuukautta sitten
P H 5 kuukautta sitten
You could sell your marble toys at pet stores for cats.
P H 5 kuukautta sitten
Why don't you use your education and knowledge to build something that is useful and helpful or maybe even life saving. Instead of waisting your time and skills making a stupid marble toy!! What is so compelling about marbles rolling and bouncing around on stupid marble machines! What a waist of time, material and skill. Do something useful!!!
doggollamaman 5 kuukautta sitten
Everyone in the comments seem to know what this vid is about, I just thought it looked cool
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