LEGO is forever and it is here to stay for a long time. The same bits of plastic, interlocking bricks loved by generations are still being sold to kids of all ages at an exceptional rate. According to BrickBucks.net, a website that is all about “LEGO Investing & Collecting,” LEGO produces around 19 billion pieces every year, which breaks down to an average of 36,000 per minute and how they make so many bricks is amazing.
This video revealed how the Minifigures are made. Interestingly, there’s not a single human shown in this edit, which instead shows off an oddly satisfying but intimidating network of sifters, printers, and robots, spitting out imagination juice for the world.