Lego Enthusiast Builds a Mini Firewood Factory That Actually Works

A LEGO enthusiast with too much time and patience built a working firewood factory.
Derya Ozdemir

Youtube channel The Brick Wall builds complex and ambitious LEGO pieces. To name a few, his projects include hay mergers, Volvo Orion, and soccer machines. He even stress tests lego bridges with 96 water bottles on them. As you'd imagine, his new project is nothing short of astonishing than the rest.

This LEGO enthusiast, who has way too much time on their hands and a ton of patience, built a working firewood factory. The machine can actually cut the wood and split it into four pieces perfectly. 

Also, if you're getting hungry just by looking at the wood logs, we feel the same too. They look suspiciously similar to sausages, and we are not complaining. Yummy.

According to the description, this is the longest project he's worked on. It is a fully-functional custom-built factory set. The set includes a delivery truck, wood sorter, a frame saw, and a two-way log splitter.

Needless to say, it is extremely impressive and satisfying to watch. Kudos for the hard work!


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