Man Uses His 3D Printer To Create Supersize Lego Sets


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Matt Denton owns a 3D printer and he has been putting it to good use. I can’t say if it’s a practical use but it is definitely a fun one. He supersized all 372 pieces of the Lego’s 1979 Technic Bulldozer set, which took over 600 hours to print. He then assembled all the parts to create a five-foot-long lego technic bulldozer.

It is a perfect replica of the original and smaller version. He made a few improvements by adding bearings for the wheel axles. You can check it out in the video below:

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