I know, this sounds like something you would probably see in a toy store.
But this is the most advanced LEGO stationery ever created.
A new model from Lego has made the stationeers building block, with 3D printing.
The stationeers, as you might guess, are a fictional character from a children’s book series.
The character is a young man named Jack and the first building in the series, in which he builds a spaceship, with a giant red star on the side.
The LEGO model was built in just a few hours, and you can see it in action below.
I asked the LEGO team if they would be able to build the LEGO stationeers on their own.
They said yes.
“The team at LEGO was very helpful in making the LEGO building blocks, and we were able to easily assemble the stationes in minutes,” the Lego team wrote in an email to me.
“We’ve already tested the model on LEGO’s 3D printers and can confirm that it works well and is robust.”
The LEGO model is just over 4 inches long and 8 inches wide.
It features two legs, two wheels, a red star, a blue star, and a green star.
The blue star has a blue color.
The LEGO stationees also come with a LEGO set of three, each with its own unique set of bricks.
It includes an orange box with a Lego train, and one of the stationers in his Lego-styled rocket suit.
The box also has a LEGO train and a LEGO star, the Lego version of the LEGO star.
There are four LEGO stationeer minifigs in the set: Jack the Red-Headed Man, The Man in the Yellow Suit, Jack the Blue-Eyed Robot, and The Rocket-Heading Man.
You can get a set of each of the minifigures at LEGO stores for $40.