Not the fastest printer, but it works...

  interzone55 21:09 09 Dec 2011
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http://youtu.be/zX09WnGU6ZY

This is a stunning bit of work

  Covergirl 21:21 09 Dec 2011

Somebodys got patience!

  Brumas 21:25 09 Dec 2011

Iv'e got the patience and please may I have one for Christmas ?

  Admiral Allstar 00:15 10 Dec 2011

fantastic. that's all i can say.

  interzone55 07:12 10 Dec 2011

the Lego AK47 that's linked on the right of the video is also ace

  Crosstrainer2 07:29 10 Dec 2011

Utterly brilliant! Thanks for the link....Now where did I put my Lego :))

  wiz-king 07:42 10 Dec 2011

If you can do that with Lego -- just think what you could do with Meccano.

  Quickbeam 09:23 10 Dec 2011

It seems to need a lot of Lego crewmen and a Lego horse (not sure if the horse is essential) to work it.

  Aitchbee 10:01 10 Dec 2011

The horse is essential...it has LEGO wheel mechanisms.

My LEGO (internet dial-up connection) is useful at times!

  carver 10:30 10 Dec 2011

Quickbeam just think of all the Lego men it will keep in work and the horse is essential, no electric just horse power.

I want one as well.

  Blackhat 10:54 10 Dec 2011

That reminds me of something I did a few years ago, some of you have seen this before.

Best viewed in slide show mode.

Working paper clock

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