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An incense burner made of legos! Easy to assemble and easy to use!You might not have all of these, but this is just a general idea of what ...
I used the flat ones to make the base.The bottom of the burner is 20 x 8 Legos. (one lego = 1 "peg")
To add stability, I added more flat Legos to the bottom.
For the 8 peg sides I used 2 peg wide bricks. For the 20 peg sides I used these sloped bricks (kind of like roof-tops). This way, most ...
Another layer of 2 peg wide bricks on the 8 peg sides.And then 1 peg wide bricks along the 20 peg sides.
The third layer of Legos for the sides was the final one. The only difference from the previous layer was that one side had a 2 peg by ...
I used these parts to make the actual holder part. One is a cone, another is a one way joint, and the other I think held a wheel.
The joint part of this allows for the adjustment of the incense. Long or short, the ash will now fall into the structure itself, based on the angle. ...
The 2 by 1 peg space is now filled with the "cannon". Again, this part can be adjusted up and down depending on the length of the incense.
Once again, the finished product. I've used this for a week now, and it works great! All the ash hits the bottom of the piece as I had ...
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