Inside LEGO's biggest factory - where they make 19 billion pieces each year
- LEGO make around 36,000 pieces every minute.
- The design of the LEGO brick hasn't changed for more than 50 years.
- The factories machines never taking a break, creating LEGO 24/7,
LEGO is one of the worlds most recognisable products, but how is it made?
Since production of the LEGO block in 1949, the design hasn't changed and is available in 53 colours.
The blocks are made of a plastic granulate, which is melted and pressed in a moulding machine which creates the LEGO shape.
Automatic guided vehicles then collect and deliver the bricks to the warehouse, where they are sorted, weighed and then packed for delivery.
Watch the video to see how it is done.
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