The Brick Wall LEGO Bridge Building Factory Machine
When you’re a master of LEGO bricks, anything is possible, or so we’d like to think. “The Brick Wall” is one such master who managed to construct a massive bridge-building factory using LEGO Technic parts, complete with a dual-installation mechanism and telescoping support towers. Put simply as possible, the factory starts by rolling out support towers that are then rotated 90° before lowering each one to the ground.



One the support towers are secured, they then roll out so more guidance track can be laid on the ground. After those are in place, pieces of the bridge are carefully set into place between the support towers. When completed, the bridge spans approximately 6-feet across and stands 20-inches tall. How many pieces did it take to build? Around 18,000 LEGO Technic parts, but the design, building, testing and filming took approximately 8-weeks from start to finish.

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