Air conditioner make out of LEGOs

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Air conditioner make out of LEGOs

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Nathan writes – “Working feverishly at the 2006 Carrier Convention I built a functioning replica of Carrier’s newest air conditioner, complete with the compressor, valves and working fan. It took every hour of both days of the convention, but in the end I was happy with the result. And with that spinning fan, wow, what a breeze!” Thanks Tom! Link.

Related: Blockheads by Bob Parks Lego: the ultimate prototyping material. Seriously. MAKE 02 – Page 36.

8 thoughts on “Air conditioner make out of LEGOs

  1. Shadyman says:

    But no working compressor? Bah!

    Kidding, that’s an amazing job!

  2. SanAntonio_AC says:

    it can be really hard to deal with such problem, I mean dealing with an compressor can be a tough job… good work done there…

  3. Tylor Lavoie says:

    that is amazing.

  4. Top 10 LEGO Designs | Virginia Duran says:

    […] For a Carrier air conditioning convention held in 2007, LEGO artist extraordinaire Nathan Sawaya built a functioning air conditioner out of LEGO bricks! Built as a functioning replica of Carrier’s newest air conditioner, complete with the compressor, valves and working fan. It took him to days to built it but how cool is it? Read more here. […]

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