This is why stepping on just one hurts so much. They are indestructible.
Came here to say exactly this! 👍
Except iff the bricks are brown for some odd reason
no, that's because they are sharp 💀 how did 1k people agree with thi
My feet hurt
That looked very stable. My guess is once the press hit a sticking point, it continued to slowly add pressure which heated up the Lego and slowly melted them enough to give way.
Bruh wtf are you waffling
@Dathomir pizza girl strong thing push hard, hard thing make heat, heat melt lego, lego compresses
Only people who plays with Lego feels the pain seeing them getting crushed
And those who pay for them too 😂
Lego is friend nokia
Legend says even the hydraulic press felt pain while stepping on it
Such an underrated comment 😂😂😂
Legend says it still hurts for the press.
Have you ever stepped on a jack?
That press is gonna be stamped with the little Lego pegs for eternity.
These jokes are sad man 😔
This was the most smooth explosion I've ever seen
Toddlers who eat legos: “I’m 8038 universes ahead of you…”
Alright folks, turns out we need to start building homes out of Legos now
Already happened, James May built one a few years back look amazing
And then try walking bare foot
Actually, they're called Lego pieces or Lego. ☝🤓
@JamesWhy are you overreacting because of a “s”
@hello090It's a joke dude don't take it seriously
Nokia: Finally worthy opponent
**Los arquitectos al ver el vídeo:** Hay que hacer una casa Lego
The Lego took 50 years off of the Hydraulic Press' Lifespan
Or So Legends say
"Not to 50!" "That is the sound of ultimate suffering."
daimond is unbreakable but really really fast
Why hasn't the military used Legos to make stuff.
"Mom, I want these cool Legos!" "Honey, we have Legos at home." Legos at home:
Definitely needed this today thanks
“Lego alone…Weak.” “Lego together…Strong.”
lego in the dark and you being barefoot: pain
Underrated comment 😂
Courage from the others!
"Planet of the Legos"
This is proof that Lego will survive any apocalypse
Who remembers the agony of trying to separate two Lego pieces that did *not* want to let go? ... and they were put together with your fingers. Imagine trying with these bricks 😳
The fact that it only started giving in as pieces started flying off is a testament alone how strong LEGO is
With the right bonding agent the whole thing could possibly be way stronger. Considering how strong the whole thing is, it makes me wonder how viable recycled plastic legos could be for certain applications. It actually makes a lot of sense if you think about it. The problem with plastic recycling is that the more you recycle it, the weaker it gets because the polymer chain gets shortened. What better solution than to make items that optimize structural integrity?
honestly i dont think it even started to give till the pressure made so much heat that the plastic started melting
Thats just physics lego itself arent particularly strong its just the combination of a lot of individual ones. This would work with any lego offbrand from china as well
Ah yes the power of being able to switch the likes from 999 to 1k, it’s beautiful
If you've seen Lego Masters, they have a really impressive feat. The premise of the show is that there's teams of two and they all build to a specific theme. On one episode, the theme was bridges and they were supposed to make them very strong. To test them, they had weights that they put onto the bridge to make it collapse. They did not have enough weights for the testing and had to improvise on the spot for more weight. Quite a few of them were able to hold 1,000 POUNDS!
RIP to little timmy’s legos, they lived a good life 😢
Imagine saying “legos”
@Dathomir pizza girlbro I doesn't really matter whether you say "LEGO" or "Legos" even though LEGO is the correct term for saying it still doesn't matter
BREAKING NEWS: Nokia replaced by lego
Imagine seeing a bunch of soldiers building a lego bridge for their 40T tanks
copy paste from my other comment: area seems to be 20 stud radius, so 16cm, pi r^2~=800cm^2 . it's 80000kg/800cm^2 so 100kg/cm2 a tank has ~10000 cm2 of track contact per track (60*180 for the m1 abrams) that means lego could support 1000T over that track surface (times 2, though taking a safety factor of 2 would be a good idea).
now we know they can. and make t even better
yeah, but thats a spanned distance with no floor to hold it, it will be much weaker.@satibel
It would be... light weight...cheap...easy to store, easiy variable in length. They could do worse if they made it quick and easy to deploy.🤔
Boys-"Nokia is the strongest material" Men"it's Lego" ☠️☠️
The way they started popping like popcorn was genuinely satisfying
Those Lego’s are built stronger than the house I paid 300K for.
But costs just as much
I’d cost way more of you built it out of legos!!!😂
But can the Lego house you in this video?
No way bulk ordering hard plastics is more expensive than wood and concrete
How big is your house? I pay $69,000 for 2,500sq ft, 2 full bath and 5 big bedrooms
the kid "dad, where's my lego blocks?"
imagine living in a world where instead of water it rained legos
Noted, I will use lego bricks for structural columns for now on.
Champlain towers would still be standing if they had used this stuff instead of concrete. And that's probably literally true...
Zero lateral strength though
Yeah, well I’m going to be using mine to make a bulletproof vest. I’ll test it out and let you guys know how it goes.
@Gagnon G I'm no engineer - could they take more lateral load if they were epoxied together? Especially given that the vertical load would be holding them firmly in place.
watch out for lego planes
Me trying to keep my Lego build stable by pushing it together
IM NOT IN HERE WITH YOU, YOU'RE IN HERE WITH ME- legos
legos be casually supporting a German tiger tank
I saw 80 tons so make that a jagdtiger
I saw 90 tons, so make that a T95
I saw 91, so maybe my dad.
@AaronB15790711 This reply casually solos the entire comment section
The tracks spread the weight , so that will be a maus if all weight is on tracks ( i mean think about pressure per sq meter)
This proves that one of the most painful but non lethal things is standing on legos in the dark at 2 AM
“Sir, your popcorn’s ready” 💀
The fact that it only began to give in as pieces began to fly off is proof enough of how durable LEGO is.
75 to 80 tons. Dont try it with the C joints though they can only withstand 0.5 ounces of pressure before they break.
Except the damn brown ones
What is bluds pfp
@Cringlesit’s a bot
Legos are my house
*Nokia has joined the chat*
The power I use when I’m trying to take a flat piece off a flat piece:
Finally! A way to make sure no one will EVER peel the flat 4x4’s apart.
No, please dont do this to mee 😭
Also put some oil on it for extra measures.
YOU MONSTER @Degenerate Assassin
More like the 1 by 2s those suck with cut fingernails
Dude you are evil 😂 I still have two flat pieces hidden away with my old Lego stuff
*slow-mo bass-boosted LEGO Yoda death sound*
*our feet finna be so satisfied*
Also note that due to the instant increase of the pressure going from 40K Kg to 80K Kg the hydraulic press heats up and it melts the legos underneath meaning it would probably can take more than 80k Kg
that's explains why some are liquid
You know you can just say 40 tons and 80 tons right 😂
The block peaked right around 90k just as they started exploding. I’d be willing to bet you could put at least 100k of cold weight on before they failed.
the base sheet should have been double thick
A grown up man, taking revenge on legos he stepped on, as a pressure machine worker:
So we have in theory 2 indestructible objects: Rupert drop with the ice And 2 Lego pieces put together with hydraulic press
Lego over here just casually having a textile strength of over 80000 kilos
90* it hit over 90000
@Gavin Cunningham90000 is still over 80000 *mic drop*
Cause each one is standalone part and not one big stuff!
@Dr. DACand it's in compression too. Haha.
“By crushing us, you only makes us stronger”
now we know Legos are almost indestructible
LEGO sales after this 📈📈📈
😂😂😂😂 I personally think that if I built a real house with Legos, it would be as sturdy if not more sturdy than the way they are building them right now because right now we call them paper doll houses😂😂😂
@Tew Ghunwtf is that English 😂😂😂
@king_nate Dawg yea😂 yo momma wouldn’t let up🖤
Better buy moldking or bluebrixx.
40 tonnes before just the studs gave way, holy shit
That's why, building your house completely out of legos is a must 💀
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I was pretty impressed myself. I was a machinist for many years and this was cool to see being just plastic.
Chill it's a scam they multiply the numbers by 40
@Rakanishuthats implying that if you stood on that pile it would crumble like in the video
@Rakanishu it isnt even a real hydroolic press, it is actually made of aluminum foil and that yellow/black duct tape, the lcd readout is CG
trying to attach your build to a plate be like:
I'm convinced we could build real sky scrappers out of legos
So basically, tanks could use LEGO bridges without problems Guess it's good to know
Handy if you have a tank and a couple of million Lego bricks..😉
depends on the tank of course
It depends if it’s a brown piece. Good luck with that.
That's just an avrege danish bridge.
When the popcorn goes off in the microwave be like
The press: help me I'm in pain
I was not expecting this. I'm building my house out of Legos now.
How are you verified at 12 subscribers
its kinda like concrete where it can take a alot of pressure when you try to crush it but you can pull it apart easily
@Countach500you only need a phone number you don't need a specific amount of subs
James May built a structurally sound LEGO house
And I will steal it like you stole MY idea 😡🤬
"DAD WHERE IS MY LEGO?"
That accent is amazing tho😭
This is a perfect Lego commercial. Quality since the beginning
and overpriced af
Quality loses over the time and get immense more costs. But yes the Blocks are stable.
Even though better quality is prefer, but is this too much?
Wait until you hear about the red-brown pieces
@ShakenMikethat was the old pieces, the current ones are fine now. I myself own a few of the weak pieces
The hydraulic press is screaming in agony
Man that is absolutely impressive for a toy. That's crazy how strong they were
No wonder James May built a structurally sound LEGO house
James May, James May stealing from the rich James May, James May stealing from the poor
If it's not a joke its wall to wall brick
Those bricks shall never separate after this
Nokia: finally a worthy enemy
Our feet never stood a chance
the truth hurts 😫
Yeah we really have been defeeted
Legos are stronger than the current financial situation lol
ha ha ha ha still have the holes tooo!!!!!!
it sounds like the sound effect you hear when your playing a lego game and the character starts building
The fact that it does not even explode despite such immense pressure but just slowly and causally loses bricks is just wild.
It probably melted them into a solid sheet
Aslo the fact that it only begain breaking at around 90kg of presure being put on them
@yeetthechield4570 I would watch the clip again as you're missing several zero's off of that 90kg.
it really reminds me of popcorn
Скільки кілограмів приходиться на один маленький блок?
That's it. I'm building a house out of lego.
Legos together... STRONG!!
They didnt even break. They melted. Thats crazy.
The pressure melted them before they broke jeeeeesus
Abs is pretty amazing stuff.
@B-159SybrZaku - The 2nd Halo Airsofting spartanthey’re thermoplastics, they can bend
The term ‘melt’ is not the one to use lmfao
they didn't melt, they just got compressed
My dad making sure all the bricks are properly together
LETS MAKE OUR HOUSES FROM LEGO 💀 Yes I liked my own comment 😊
That poor press must have been in agony.
It needs to go to a foot salon stat!
If you listen close enough you can hear it scream
@Glitch KingTV Knows not pain man who never stepped on Lego block.
System;Lego joined the Nokia server
That one kid who donated some of his lego thinking he would get it back 😂
For context, these Legos can hold the entire weight of the Space Shuttle, and that's before the Legos will break
The shuttle weighed 165,000 pounds this press is in KG. So convert the shuttle to KG it would be 74,843KG this press gets to 90,000KG when the legos fail. You could get the shuttle and three full grown male elephants.
@Star Dog LEGOS ARE INDESTRUCTIBLE
We need a collab between legos and Nokia
@Marcoligno MIf that happens we can have armor that can survive nukes without a single scratch
Sounds like the one scientist from RDR2 that made the robot
*cries in professional Lego builder*
Legos: HOLD! HOLD! HOOOOOLD!!
Hold the door hodor
this is the reason my childhood was strong
Legends say the bricks never came apart after that
The Lego was about to send that hydraulic press into early retirement
Гранёный советский стакан курит в сторонке......
Its stronger than a human tooth is what makes it so scary 😨
Now I know what foundation I’m using when I build a house! 😂
Lol same 🤣
@I fell in a pit oncenice pfp
@I fell in a pit onceChikn!
And the wolf said: 😨 “Fuck this, I’m out.”
Haha nice, but watch out the heat in summer, idk if it melt so easily 🗿
*insert Lego pipe sound effect here*
Once pieces started cracking i thought the whole thing was just going to explode 😂
That's super impressive, not just the weight they held, but they way they gradually popped instead of one large explosion.
Heat from the energy melts them instead of pushing everything out from the sides. Thats why they won't explode
@P3R_ wow, right... I hadn't even considered that until you pointed it out. I was just so impressed with the weight distribution that I failed to look at it from a thermodynamic prospective
one of the many reasons legos are the absolute goat
How it feels to step on a Lego:
Was really expecting them to just start shotgunning Legos out the sides. 😂
It's not one solid Block... there are a few thousand places they can shift.. high school level physics anyone? No? Wow murica yeah
@Psilovecybinsome people can’t afford a education also this guy just wanted to make comment
@Psilovecybin no shit it isnt a solid block... and if u think thats high school level physics then u probably shouldnt be talking shit about america cuz i knew that years before high school...
And that’s how you make non edible pop corn
The simulation is breaking💀
Legos casually being able to hold a Boeing 757 ✈️ at max landing weight 💀
its lego not legos
@Marzi it's LEGO bricks, made by LEGO. If we are doing this.
@Marzialways that one guy
@Marzi who cares
As a Lego fan, this truly hurts me😭
Lego be packing💪🏼
Who also expected the worst, but a beautiful explosion?
It didn’t explode 🤦♂️
@Herro STFU”who also expected” they thought it would happen but never did, take time to understand what something means before commenting on it.
@GetRichInvestingit’s just a really poorly worded sentence.
@Chaz Martinit's not, you just have to read it correctly.
The pop corn in the microwave be like
Top ten reason why legos is the most dangerous weapon
theyre like bricks, fantastic textile strength as its needed for them to build up
Textile? You mean tensile (->tension). But what we see here is compressive strength.
when I accidentally step on a lego block
Fact that plastic bricks can withstand more force than real bricks says something
And what exactly are you implying that it says? Or just "it says something, but not sure what" lol
“The hydraulic press is your mom.” -Wise mf
I love this thing called humour
Haha yes your mom joke I get it 😐
mating press 💀
correction: hydraulic press is your mom's leg.
So funny bruh😐