LEGO Paper Plane Making Machine

By now we all know that LEGO is far more than just a toy and it can be used in so many interesting ways. Every so often a LEGO build comes along that reinforces that very notion. LEGO builder Arthur Sacek was tasked by Elevation Digital Media to create something for a unique Arrow Electronics Superbowl ad. Arthur then created an awesome automatic paper plane making machine built from LEGO and Technic pieces. As you can see in the video above, the machine feeds a piece of paper through various moving parts, built from LEGO, to expertly fold it into a good old fashion paper plane, before launching it into flight once complete. If advert itself wasn’t impressive enough you can also see how the Arrow Paper Plane Making Machine was created in the behind the scenes video here.

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  1. I was wondering if you know when the big weekend even will be for Lego Store Leicester Square where they sell exclusive sets? is it likely to be 19th-20 November or another date? if not can you tell me the date? Many thanks, eager collector Stelios

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    • Unfortunately no details of opening events or special sets have been announced just yet but as soon as they are will be sure to report on it so keep an eye on our Twitter feed or Facebook page

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