Christmas Nativity Scene Marble Machine KIT Nixie Tester # #


Unique design, simple shapes and easy to assemble. You can paint it, but it also looks great with the natural wooden surface.



After many trials first marble machine kit has been made!
Build your own marble machine!
If you to do some do-it-yourself, this kit is for you!



Nixie tester for all kinds of nixie tubes!
Very useful device if you need to test some nixie tubes.



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Hi, I'm Marcin.
I created this website to be able to show designs and ideas that appearing in my head. I have many ideas but one thing is constant I am not able to make money on it ;). If you want to help me with this you can always buy one of my projects. I hope that you will enjoy my work as much as I like doing it.


    One day I saw the glowing LEDs in the electronics store and I couldn't get away from them. I remember that many times I spended in this store long hours watching electronics.
    When I was 12 I built a Schmitt trigger on simple pcb with two blinking LEDs of course. That was something. At the end of high school I discovered microcontrollers and this was only beginning.

  • WOOD

    When I was a child my father took me with him to the garage where he doing some wooden stuff. When I asked him what he is doing, he always answered that he is making "the door to the forest" (this is a Polish adage). When I was 8 I built my first " the door to the forest", that was a simple small wooden cross. Since then I am fascinated with wood.

  • MORE

    I recently discovered kinetic sculptures - automata - a machines made out of wood and metal. I am inspired by artists such as Keith Newstead, Paul Spooner, Matt Smith, Martin Smith, Arthur Ganson and many others. And one more thing, a marble machine, for a long time I thinking about building that miracle, I'm sure that the time comes for that.


    Many of my projects created over the years do not have any documentation, maybe a single photos but in most there is nothing. I used to not think about that the day will come when I want to show my work in the Internet.



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