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LEGO Brick Ring: If You Like It Then You Shoulda Put a Minifig on It

by Paul Strauss
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So you’ve purchased your Ron Burgundy minifig, and you’re wondering how to show it off, right? Well, all you need is a LEGO-compatible brick ring, and you’ll be all set. Well ask, and ye shall receive.

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This nifty LEGO-inspired ring comes from designer FORMA Laboratory, and is made using a 3D-printing or a 3D-printed casting, depending on the material you choose. It can hold any standard LEGO item that can snap onto two studs, making it perfect for showing off your favorite minifigs.

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As an added bonus, the modular studs mean you get more than one ring for your money. One day you can have a standard yellow minifig, the next day, you can go for the gold.

The Brick Ring is available in a variety of metals, including brass, stainless steel, sterling silver, or gold plate, and in sizes ranging from 8 to 13 over at Shapeways. Prices vary from $44 t0 $146(USD) depending on the material you choose.

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