Video Of The Week - A Lego Printer


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Over the years, Lego enthusiasts have come with many ingenious ideas for the tiny bricks - Ranging from using the colorful pieces to shore up crumbling walls to creating life-sized exhibits. Now, a fan has gone a step further and constructed a working Lego printer.

Made from a few Lego bricks, some mechanical parts and whole lot of imagination, the printer that features a number of industrious Lego men working away, uses a felt-tip pen in lieu of an ink cartridge, which makes replacing the ink not only easy, but very cost effective. Pretty amazing, Isn't It?

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  • xeno
    xenoabout 1 year
    Yo If I have legos but if I have the right pieces I want to do this unfornutaly I'm not good with wires and stuff but I will be soon
    • Nikita Boykoover 2 years
      That is amaizing and cool
      • Zachabout 3 years
        that is amazing
        • joeyalmost 4 years
          this is so cooooooool
          • gyguualmost 4 years
            • kltoad
              kltoadover 4 years
              How can this be?
              • Yolomanover 5 years
                😱 what the how?
                • bob2almost 6 years
                  that was suped
                  • bryantabout 6 years
                    what are those
                    • missmunch
                      missmunchabout 6 years
                      Amazing! it must have been very difficult to make that! I could absolutely not be able to make such a thing! It is very cool though!