Under Awash clockwise! http://www.fantasticcontraption.com/?designId=12034164
It's actually pretty fast for an Awash design.
I also got an under Up the Stairs clockwise, which was already done by hamy. Oh well.http://www.fantasticcontraption.com/?designId=12035468
And just to rub in the underpult thing I also wanted to do a "two balls under Four Balls."
I've scrapped multiple designs over and over due to spazzing. When I make underpults I don't throw weights on top, I add just enough length to the arm so that it can't lift it till it rolls over the edge. After tweaking for a while the underpult always becomes uncooperative and starts spazzing out because of the built up energy. Then I start over.
Here is my progress with various attempts.http://www.fantasticcontraption.com/?designId=12033900http://www.fantasticcontraption.com/?designId=12033896http://www.fantasticcontraption.com/?designId=12035523
(I built this today after several redos and it did this well on the first run! Apparently repetition does wonders.
The main problem I am facing is getting enough power, and it has a closely related counterpart: getting it to throw at the right time. I have also watched it reel into the finish several times and have seen that the catcher skips over the goal and does not "sink" into it. However, it does pause, the goal pieces may be able to fall out there. Finally, the two goal pieces that stay at home need to go in as well, an I have got a fairly reliable method for getting that down. Here is the latest and best.http://www.fantasticcontraption.com/?designId=12035648