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The idea was first publicly proposed by Steve Hassenplug on a LUGNET forum on October 7, 2004.[1]

Records[edit]

Most modules[edit]

  • Guinness World Record: 197 modules Dalian Boca Education & Technology Co. Ltd. july 30th, 2016 in Dalian, China

http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/world-records/381549-largest-great-ball-contraption

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  • Guinness World Record: 168 modules at Fana'Briques, Rosheim, France, 2015
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  • Guinness World Record: 88 modules at Brick2014 in London
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  • World: 139 modules at LEGOWorld CPH, Bella Center, Copenhagen, 2013
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  • Western hemisphere: 80 LEGO modules at Brickworld Chicago 2014
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See also LEGO World Records.

Longest[edit]

  • World: in excess of 584.43 meters at Brickfair NE 2013
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References[edit]

  1. >. "Crate Contraption Standard." LUGNET. <
  2. "Cooperative Cybernetic Crate Contraption by SMART." LUGNET. <http://news.lugnet.com/org/us/smart/?n=211>.
  3. "The Great Ball Contraption". Team Hassenplug. <http://www.teamhassenplug.org/GBC/>.
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