Lego

The building blocks of life

Feb. 17, 2010

What do you get when you cross a box of Lego blocks with industrial ingenuity? An air compressor, of course. YouTube is littered with videos of colorful, homemade air compressors in action. These awe-inspiring creations, crafted from the remnants of childhood, hopefully represent a rediscovered interest in engineering and design.

What do you get when you cross a box of Lego blocks with industrial ingenuity? An air compressor, of course. YouTube is littered with videos of colorful, homemade air compressors in action. These awe-inspiring creations, crafted from the remnants of childhood, hopefully represent a rediscovered interest in engineering and design.

These two examples, courtesy of lorirocks777 and techbricks, epitomize the imagination and innovation found in the plant maintenance world.

Have you found a new industrial use for Lego bricks?

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