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Introduction: Lego Candy Dispenser



This candy dispenser provides a fun way to get a delicious sweet treat. A simple slider mechanism doles out the goods and the top has an easy-release lid. The Lego Candy Dispenser is a super simple build and doesn''s aren''t be as visible but you''s time to prep the transparent pieces. Make stacks of 3 window thingies to make 12 sets total. Stack 19 1x1 plates to make 4 stacks total. 

Step 7: Reservoir

Attach 3 sets of the window thingy stacks to each side of the model. The 4 stacks of 1x1 plates go on the corners. 

Step 8: Reservoir

Attach four 1x6 tiles to connect the sides of windows. The 1x1 tiles will make the lid stick on but the tiles will make it easy to take off. 

Step 9: Lid

Arrange a layer of four 2x8 plates into an 8x8 square. Connect the plates using 2x2 tiles offset by one row of studs. Attach the lid to the top of the model. 

Step 10: Slider

Make the slider by laying out plates as shown. Top with a layer of bricks. Top that with a tiles but be sure to leave 2x2 gaps on the ends. 

Make two towers of 5 studs each. Attach one tower in the middle of one of the 2x2 gaps. 

Step 11: Putting It All Together

Push the slider into the model. The 2x2 opening needs to be closer to the end with the 2x3 sloped ramp. Add the second stack of studs to the other end. 

Fill the candy dispenser with candy and enjoy. 

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dalegomonster

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for for 1 last update 2020/07/15 TipTip 1 year ago

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for if you don''m so excited to give it to him! Thank you!!

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EoinD

Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

i have to many! i have over that much i could make a lot of them! Oh and go to your nearest lego store and go up to the counter and ask

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EoinD

5 years ago on Introduction

COOL MADE IT AND I for 1 last update 2020/07/15 LOVE CANDYCOOL MADE IT AND I LOVE CANDY

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sandra.e.silva.90

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for 5 the 1 last update 2020/07/15 years ago on Step 10 5 years ago on Step 10

My husband is a Lego League coach and we have bins on bins of misc Legos. Surprisingly there were no clear ones, but I used windows instead to the same effect. Fun project that took about 30 minutes to complete. He''t have the exact Lego pieces, but we improvised and it came out great! It''m making it right now I''t work.

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GalacticBamboo

6 years ago

I tried starbursts, but it didn''m gonna have to go to my Lego store to get clear bricks because I only have for 1 last update 2020/07/15 like 2 :p and I would wash the inside bricks because I kinda think its unsanitary. But other than that I love this :) can u make a starburst one???I tried starbursts, but it didn''m gonna have to go to my Lego store to get clear bricks because I only have like 2 :p and I would wash the inside bricks because I kinda think its unsanitary. But other than that I love this :) can u make a starburst one???

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vincedavis

6 years ago

I can make this

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davehartles69

6 years ago

FYI it's costs about £23 on lego pick a brick