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    How Many Bindings Can a Brick Sustain?
    Hot Bionicle NewsPosted on Friday, April 19th, 2013 at 2:08pm by Michael, BZPower Reporter
    [Source: The Brothers Brick]

    As anyone who has ever stepped on one knows from experience, the "automatic binding bricks" at the foundation of Lego-based construction can handle a lot of force. But just how many times can one brick be attached to another before it breaks? 37,112 times, according to original research by Phillipe Cantin. His blog of the experiment includes videos of the testing as well as the construction of the testing apparatus.

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