LEGO Candy Machine

I have made two candy machines using online tutorials and I loved them...so I decided to make my own. YAY! This candy machine/dispenser dispenses smarties on the push of a button. I'm also sorry that I couldn't give a full tutorial on making it. :(

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Step 1: Find a Pen Spring

You'll need the pen spring in order for the button to work I used a spring from a pen that ran out of ink. Make sure that it fits inside the lego brick.

Step 2: The Button

The button is really basic. This I'll tell you how to make. You need:
1x2 brick
1x3 brick
1x4 plate
1x4 tile
1x1 plate
1x1 tile
6x 1x1 bricks
Remember that the spring god inside the brick!

Step 3: The Base

The base could be done in many ways I have just gotten some different plates and put tiles where they should be... Fair enough.

Step 4: Building Up

As you can see I have placed bricks around so The button wont fly out, trust me... It happens I have also left a 4x4 hole in the machine which is where you put the smarties (it holds 9-10).

Step 5: The Removable Lid

The lid is there so the smarties don't go everywhere it connects to a 1x4 plate and a 1x2 plate.

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    GooberYT

    2 years ago

    How about one made of cardboard like this one:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TM_giv415Po

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    Kode1222kode

    3 years ago

    I only have one problem... It needs just a few tweaks to the instructions so I have more info to make it I barely know how to make it. No offence

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    GoldCivetta

    4 years ago

    You should make the whole top hollow so it holds like 40 smarties!

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    MicioGatta

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Great! I did something like this years ago, using an elastic band. Voted.

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    nintenbro64

    5 years ago

    Soz I'll try to add more detail to the instructions but thanks

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    LE-RZ

    5 years ago

    That's awesome except u really need more detail on how to make it! LOL