Thursday, July 25, 2013

41999 - Meet the Technic team in Billund

This time we have the video of the day, instead of the Week TechVideo!

Egor arrives at Billund to meet the LEGO Technic Designers team, see the result of the joint design work, the alternatives arising during the process and get the first boxes out of the production line.



It should have been an absolutely unique experience!

Hopefully the 41999 4x4 Crawler Exclusive Edition aka Co-Creation Model, should be start selling in a few days!


4 comments:

Parax said...

Hopefully he got a tour of moulding and the warehouse too, it's a fascinating place!

Fernando Correia said...

The one I've never been at :(
Guess it is my last holly place to visit in Billund, before the LEGO house turns into a reality. :)

Allanp said...

awesome video, they reaaly made him feel welcome. That must have felt great :)

Crtlego said...

I was just thinking same thing Allanp. I think its such a great thing for Lego and the Technic team to open their arms to him like that. It makes me happy just thinking about it because, while I have always thought of Lego as a really cool company, for them to have him visit and for the team to come together and for them to show us all that in a video is just such a great confirmation of just how cool they all are. I think that of the whole "you design it, we build it" competition, this has to be the best part of it. Its great by itself that Lego is open to trying out different things with the Technic community like that, but it just makes me so happy to see that they went further and brought him there like that. Kudos to Lego and cheers. (:

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