Arthur Sacek said his milling machine utilizes parts from the Lego Mindstorms NXT robotic toolkit and includes only a single non-Lego part, the drill to carve the foam into 3D shapes, Tecca reported Tuesday.
Legos are bright, fun, and the embodiment of creative potential.
If you run a store that caters to Legos, like Bricks & Minifigs we profiled earlier, you should really be selling these candies.
The 800-square-foot store on Cedar Hills Boulevard opened in April and has enjoyed growing success selling used, rare and collectible Lego sets.
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