Track Clamps and Videos for Making Rolling Ball Sculpture

Looking to make your own RBS and need a way to hold the tracks in place when adding spacers? And not only hold the track rods in place, but also keep them perfectly spaced so the width is always the same? Then look no further, you are at the right place.

These clamps are solid square aluminum set up for 1/8″ rod.

TWO ball sizes! These clamps will set the spacing for 1″ balls and 1-1/2″ balls. Choose your own adventure and start making tracks! 😀

Both ball sizes are available in glass marbles or miniature billiards.

Right now I have:  – 6 – in stock.

$60 each – when you buy one.
OR
$55 each – if you buy 4 or more. (save $40)
– Price includes shipping in the USA –

Please let me know if you are interested. I will be creating them in batches and may not always have some in stock – but can make more in about a couple weeks on request.

I can also make you custom clamps for a different ball size or a different material size than the standard spacing and sizes above. A popular option is to have the clamps sized for golf balls (1-3/4″) using 3/16″ rod for the tracks.

 

 

 

 

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NOW AVAILABLE!
How to Make Rolling Ball Sculpture Videos

I have three different videos available for purchase.

  1. ($35)  How to make a Helical Lift. This shows the steps I take to make the spiral and how to mount to a frame.

  2. ($20) How to make a flat track spiral. This video shows how I make my spirals and how to get the ball in and out of the spiral smoothly.

  3. ($10) Common tools I use. Hand tools and power tools that I use everyday.

Buy ALL 3 videos in a bundle for $55 and save $10.

All of these videos are produced with Stainless Steel as the track material. These videos are aimed at welders – but the tips and principles can be used in any material you choose to work with.

Shoot me an email regarding purchasing and I will shoot over an invoice. Once paid, I’ll send you the YouTube links to view the videos. As long as YouTube is on the web, you’ll always be able to access the videos.