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(for real, though, people who can do stuff like that will be very valuable in a post-apocalyptic future. I mean, if my lego-printer manufacturer got nabbed by the baddies, I might send my whole damn army to get him back. Gotta keep that propaganda rolling.)
Dude! That is the coolest thing I have ever seen made out of lego.
I did see, but can't currently find, a Lego device that swaps backup tapes. I think that gets the award for carrying on with a stupid idea to the point that it becomes impressive, but the video of this printer in operation is quite something.
I watched the video, which I really do think is quite cool, from multiple angles. But I never assumed andrew375 built it. I see a lot of assumptions, when andrew has not indicated in any way that it was his project. Why the assumptions?