• Where did you get this piece?!?! I've never seen it before. - Taylor-Place Productions
  • It's a newer piece. I've seen it in the Lego Batman sets. - Ƥyᴙosaur
  • nice!!! - Bricksbeard
  • These caps are bulging, you should replace them. - tiberium_blue
  • This is very clever but I wonder if the "chip" could have been raised 1/2 a plate more elative to the "pins" - larry_pieniazek
  • Did you 'shop the glow in or is there a light under there? - larry_pieniazek
  • Right now the chip sits half a plate above the pins. I tried varying heights, I thought this looked the best.
  • niiiiiice. love the cooling panels.(I assume that's what they are?) - meltybrain

LEGO Circuit Board

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I work with these, so why not build one?

Built for Iron Builder; the piece for this round is the medium azure 1x1 plate with clip.

FateHeart, HighonBricks, Nick Brick, and 171 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. peterlmorris 56 months ago | reply

    That is too cool. I love the way you got that chip to look. The capacitors are a nice touch, as well.

  2. bruceywan 56 months ago | reply

    Thanks everyone.

    Blake Baer I like the studs showing. I could easily have done it SNOT, but I still want it to have a LEGO (studded) feel to it.

  3. TrooperGuy 56 months ago | reply

    Caleb Angell I agree, but other than that, this is sweet!

  4. V&A Steamworks - Guy HImber 56 months ago | reply

    Some clever stuff going on in there.

    Perhaps you should consider doing SNOD next time?
    ( Studs Not in Our Dimension )

  5. Bricksbeard 56 months ago | reply

    I was not sure about the snots on the printer's paper, but I totally like them here
    excellent job!

  6. Dakar A 56 months ago | reply

    Great job, great background!.
    Seeing the background made me think that this may look better in darkgreen, with the smaller green tree peices as the elctricity paths.

  7. brickmack 56 months ago | reply

    Very nice. I wish it was all SNOT or tiled though, the studs don't look right... But it's your MOC.

  8. bramn 56 months ago | reply

    Wow, very nice! I was looking for these kind of MOC's as inspiration for a project I'm thinking about. Anyone know of any other MOC's with PCB or other electronic parts like resistors and such? :)

    By the way, how did you get the studs on the side with a base of only two plates thick?

  9. Strange_ Animal 56 months ago | reply

    Well done, But does it smell like a Circuit Board

  10. 「Ƞicκ C.」 56 months ago | reply

    I love the use of the 1x1 round plates.

  11. Master Shifu Leo J 56 months ago | reply

    That is the most kick arse circuit board I've ever seen!

  12. brickmadness1 56 months ago | reply

    Nice one Bruce!

  13. Armytoad 56 months ago | reply

    I REALLY love this!

  14. Impending.Doom 51 months ago | reply

    As a child i always pretended these were tiny cities.

  15. legomastercreator 18 months ago | reply

    Pls come and look at my photos ı post lego creations everyday ı make mocs related with army or city

  16. JoeCow 14 months ago | reply

    Really good Photographs!! :) <3

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