We all have heard and played with fidget spinners but have you wondered about a fidget spinner made up of Lego. So, in today’s article, we will teach you how to make a Lego Fidget Cube.
Now, let us note down the supplies list required to make a Lego Fidget Cube. They are as follows:
- Lego Bricks
- Lego Plate
- Plastic Pony Beads
- Gray Connector Pin
Steps To Make A LEGO Fidget Cube
Step 1: The first step is to take 6X6 flat Lego bricks or a plate, then add a row of bricks around all the sides. Then gently place a 1X1 Lego place on both sides of the front corners.
Making the Base
Step 2: In the second step, we will make the sliding beads section, and for that, you will require four 1X1 bricks along with a stud on the side, along with two 1X4 antennas and six plastic pony beads.
Step 3: Now, gently slide three beads into the antenna. Then, take the antenna and insert one end into the 1X1 brick using a stud on the side. Now, fix the other end with the stud.
Attaching the Sliding Brick
Step 4: Place a 1X4 Lego brick on the second side and then attach two 1X2 Lego plates with a ball on the sides. And then get the bricks as shown below.
Placing Lego Bricks on Sides
Step 5: You should add two 1X4 plates and a 1 X1 Lego plate in the next step. Now, place the yellow 1X1 Lego plate.
Adding Lego Plates
Step 6: Connect two 1X2 Lego bricks on the third side of the structure and then attach a 1X2 technic brick with one hole in the following manner.
Making the Third Side
Step 7: Put the turntable on the top of the yellow 2X2 Lego place along with the hole. Later stack the two 2X2 red coloured Lego plates on the top.
Placing the Turntable
Step 8: Let us prepare the fourth side using 1X4 Technic brick, 1×4 brick, and 1X1 Lego plate. Now, get a grey coloured connector pin, a wheel, two 2X6 plates and one 6X6 Lego plate.
Making the Fourth Side
Step 9: The last step is to take a connector pin to attach the wheel with the technic bricks. Then build the top section of the cube by adding two 2X6 plates and then add a 6X6 plate on the top.
Lego Fidget Cube
Things To Remember
- Make sure the wheel is spinning freely.
Saquib Siddiqui is a Mechanical Engineer with expertise in science projects and experiments. Saquib’s work focuses on integrating scientific concepts with practical applications, making complex ideas accessible and exciting for learners of all ages. In addition to his practical work, Saquib has authored several articles, research papers, and educational materials.