Posted Wednesday, August 3, 2016 9:11 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Roller coaster model company CoasterDynamix, known for their dynamic rides and Statix display pieces sold at amusement parks, is teasing a Lego-based building system on its Facebook page.
See the post on Facebook.
I have had the original (prototype?) version for about two years now. The wife and I took it out to try and build something with the pieces we have, but the rails absolutely refused to conform to how we tried to route them and always tried to wrap themselves back up. I think they also managed to bend some of the ties a bit with how stubbornly they wanted to return to being rolled up. If the new rails can be not so stubborn this will be pretty awesome. Maybe there's a trick to building with them, though, if they're like the regular CoasterDynamix tracks?Last edited by maXairMike, Wednesday, August 3, 2016 6:14 PM
Hair dryer. Get them a little warm and they will comply.
I don't have any experience with the coasterdynamix ones in particular, but I've had several other things in the past with similar tubing systems, and lit always works.
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