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Full-Scale Anesthesia Machine Made Out Of LEGO

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On the right, a real anesthesia machine. On the left, a full-scale 30,000-piece replica made entirely out of LEGO bricks. Not pictured: why somebody has a f***ing anesthesia machine in their guest bedroom. I've bought a lot of dumb shit on eBay when I was drunk, but an anesthesia machine? That's a solid purchase.

Hit the jump for several more shots and a link to Eric Harshbarger's website with a TON of other things he's built during his career as an independent brick-builder.

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Eric's Website
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LEGO Anesthesia Machine Will Knock You Out [technabob]

Thanks again to Karsten, which makes him the second person to get two tips published today. THE REST OF YOU TAKE NOTES.

There are Comments.
  • Guest

    This is so well made it was hard to tell them apart in the first photo.

  • I hope it works. That would be cool.

  • technabob

    Actually, he didn't buy the anesthesia machine - GE loaned it to him so he could make it. But I like your story better.

  • Emmitt Morgans

    I would say HMOs are cutting corners, but the LEGO one is probably about the same price...

    I would also not like to be anesthetized with the Lego one... the surgery afterwards would probably hurt.

  • It's seriously hard to tell which one is the real machine from that first picture.

  • I suddenly need more Legos.

  • They shouldn't keep the Lego one next to the real one - it could get very confusing in an¬†emergency.

  • Nicholas Kiminski

    First

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