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A picture is worth a thousand words, so my homemade LEGO® machines have got to be worth a million!
A picture is worth a thousand words, so my homemade LEGO® machines have got to be worth a million!

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With the help of a syringe and popsicle sticks, you can build a not-so-intimidating blaster for your next Nerf war!
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For our first time in a year, we constructed a new build with Mindstorms NXT, and decided a hot dog machine with heating and sauce dispensers supported by Mayka Toy Block Tape from Zuru (our sponsor) would maximize the comeback's awesomeness!
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After the success of our first cardboard masterpiece, we decided to continue our series with our biggest creation yet: an iPhone machine. For €100, a customer can purchase a white or space grey iPhone 5s. Just make sure they don't turn it around.
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After noticing how underwhelming our prior Skittles related builds are, we collaborated with Best Fiends to improve our part collection and create the best Skittles build yet!
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As a YouTuber, particularly one with a considerable following, I am prone to receive offers from companies that match my channel's style, as well as Warner Bros and LEGO.
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After creating a revolutionary, multi-option mechanism with our Taco Bell Machine, we knew we had to implement it in an ultimate Oreo machine. Several months and excuses later, we mustered up the energy to tackle one of our boldest project’s yet.
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Let’s face it: LEGO is expensive. That’s why we deiced to a significantly cheaper alternative to brick machines with cardboard and, every American’s favorite dessert, doughnuts.
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In celebration of reaching a LEGO® Ideas supporter milestone, we released another M&M inspired build: a pinball machine. Customers insert a nickel into a coin slot (not pennies or dimes, which are rejected) in exchange for a pinball game and a chance at winning several chocolate candies.
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After dreaming of a Slurpee maker since July, we finally constructed a creation in 7-Eleven’s honor! Will you follow along?
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If you are a fan of LEGO machines, you might of thought up this idea until Mom told you otherwise. We decided to risk a grounding to produce one of our most exciting creations yet: a popcorn maker powered by a tealight and tin can.
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