We all have used telephones in our daily lives. But ever have you imagined you could make a telephone with the help of Lego? So, we will teach you how to make a Lego telephone. You can make this telephone with your kids and enjoy playing with it. Let us begin.
Now let us list down the supplies list required to make a Lego Telephone. They are as follows:
- Lego Blocks
- Lego Base
- Circular Lego Pieces
- Lego Plate
- Lego Hinge
Steps To Make A LEGO Telephone
Step 1: First, place a Lego base on the flat surface or the table.
Making the Base
Step 2: Then place a Lego block above the base.
Adding a Lego Block
Step 3: Now, fix a small piece of Lego slope connected with the brick.
Adding a Slope
Step 4: Fix the small Lego pieces in the following manner above this surface.
Making Second Layer
Step 5: Simultaneously, fix one more sloping Lego piece on the top in the following manner.
Building the Forn Body
Step 6: Fix a small wite coloured Lego piece in the middle as shown below.
Building the Top
Step 7: Take a small Lego hinge and then connect these pieces.
Attaching the Hinges
Step 8: Once connected, fix a square Lego piece above.
Attaching Square Piece
Step 9: Fix a flat circular shape and cover the top.
Fixing the Circular Shape
Step 10: Now, connect a white circular cover and then connect this piece on the top.
Placing the Keypad
Step 11: Let us make a receiver for that. Firstly take a lengthy Lego piece, and above that, place a small Lego block on it.
Building the Receiver
Step 12: At both, its edges connect the sloping pieces and make it into the shape of a receiver.
Adding the Slopes
Step 13: At the base, add these two Lego blocks, which will support the telephone.
Adding Slopes to the Receiver
Step 14: The last step is to fix the receiver on the top by connecting it with the help of a flat Lego piece.
- We recommend you make a medium-size or decent Lego telephone size.
Things To Remember
- Make sure you add the hinges appropriately
- Make sure you follow all the steps and fix all the pieces
Saquib Siddiqui is a Mechanical Engineer and a content creator. He has special interest in science experiments and teaches the same to school and college students. He is also a technical lead at RUDE LABS PVT. LTD.