Weekend Video | Rube Goldberg Machines | A Continuous Lean.

Weekend Video | Rube Goldberg Machines

May 31st, 2008 | Categories: Video | by Michael Williams

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2 Comments to “Weekend Video | Rube Goldberg Machines”

  1. Nikki D
    on Jun 1st, 2008
    @ 8:50 AM

    These were amazing!

  2. Harsh P
    on Jun 1st, 2008
    @ 11:18 AM

    A portion of our senior year in high school was dedicated to a RGM competition. Each team’s machine was to conclude operation with the lighting of a candle, the run from start to finish being entirely standalone and operated by physics alone. The only constraints were the required inclusion of specific basic machine mechanisms (use a first, second, third class lever, etc), but the rest was left up to us. I found out recently the school doesn’t do this anymore, but it was an incredible left- and right-brain exercise.