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Quick-Set Domino Tumble Tracks!

by mtdna, published

Quick-Set Domino Tumble Tracks! by mtdna Nov 2, 2012

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Let the dominoes fall! Everyone loves domino tumbles, and setting them up is super easy and fast with these pre-racked tracks. Even little kids can do it - turn a piece over to swing the dominoes into place, and line them up for a chain reaction. Curves and forks let your road run everywhere!

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Yes! My friend had Domino Rally when I was a kid. The best version I've seen was an old wooden one made with blocks and nails. It was especially satisfying to tumble because it was so solid, and sounded great.
This reminds me of the old Domino Rally sets.  Maybe it's time to dig that stuff back out and make some custom additions.

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Instructions

Dynamite Dominoes are simple to build and assemble:

1. Use the accompanying files to print the tracks you want.
2. Print five dominoes per track (three for forks). (Using a second color looks great!)
3. Carefully pop the dominoes into their track slots using a small screwdriver.
4. You’re ready to go!

Accompanying .stl files provide the basics. A .zip file includes plates with other awesome domino-track combinations, along with SketchUp sources to let you customize and put together the perfect kit!

Printing Tips - I get excellent results printing the tracks at 10% fill and the dominoes at 25% fill (to give them some mass), with one extra shell. However, I recommend doing a small test print to make sure the pieces fit correctly before moving on to bigger plates.

This reminds me of the old Domino Rally sets.  Maybe it's time to dig that stuff back out and make some custom additions.
Yes! My friend had Domino Rally when I was a kid. The best version I've seen was an old wooden one made with blocks and nails. It was especially satisfying to tumble because it was so solid, and sounded great.
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