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Spring Loaded Lego
Return your creation to its consituent parts with a satisfying mechanical bang.
Sometimes that which you have built
becomes tiresome and needs to be
dismantled. Take a Lego house for
example. You have fun putting it up, but
then what? It sits around having bits
knocked off it or it simply gathers dust,
everyone gets tired looking at it.
What is needed is a grand
restore the components to their box of
origin, instead of all that monotonous
brick by brick pulling apart.
The solution is Spring Loaded Lego
With this system, each of the centre
on the bricks, that holds them together,
spring loaded, and held locked in place
a tiny micro switch.
Now all you have to do when you want to
tear down your completed project is to
press a single button, which
simultaneously releases all the centre
(Each kit comes with safety
goggles and a warning siren to signal
||Bun if the siren is vibrating the windows loud.
||This I like. Alternatively, you could have the nubs retract into the blocks, and see how long the laboriously constructed edifice exists relying on friction alone.
||I like it. (+) I have gotten results with explosives in Lego, but this would be reusable, which my technique isn't.
||Metal lego. Magnetic base. Heat above
curie point to separate.
//Metal lego. Magnetic base.//
Exactly what I was thinking. Except you'd have a plastic cover over the magnetic base. Pick up the cover and the legos collapse.