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LEGO Factory to Be on National Geographic’s Ultimate Factories

by Shane McGlaun
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If you read the site much, you know we get all giddy when we run across things that are made from LEGO. Spaceships, cars, decorations, anything with LEGO as the building material will get our attention. My recent favorite was that giant rocket. I also like to watch Discovery Channel and other geeky channels like that. Some of my favorite shows are the ones where they take you into a factory to see how the things we take for granted are made.

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Keep an eye out this weekend on the National Geographic channel because the LEGO factory in Billund, Denmark is going to be featured. If you have ever wanted to know how the bricks of awesome are made, this is the show for you. Hopefully, they’ll also show how LEGO comes up with the designs for the stuff they package.

I bet the job of the guys and gals that come up with new kits is a highly coveted position. Check out a clip from the episode here to see what the show will be like. This should be a really cool episode. And set your DVRs for Saturday, January 21 at 8pm Eastern.

(P.S. If you happen to live in Europe, it looks they already ran this on the show Megafactories, and you can check it out on YouTube now.)

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Comments (1):

  1. Emre says:

    Thanks for mentioning it! This was a really fun hour to make, and I’m happy so many people got to see it.

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