Miguel Valenzuela's LEGO Peristaltic Syrup Pump Makes Breakfast Easy

By: Leslie Chen - Published: Mar 1, 2013 • References: blog.makezine & gizmodiva
These childhood building blocks have been used to create some of the most amazing things, and now it's been turned into the LEGO Peristaltic Syrup Pump.

Built by Miguel Valenzuela, the handy breakfast time tool does exactly what its name suggests: pumps out maple syrup onto a pile of fluffy pancakes. The pump accompanies Valenzuela's PancakeBot, a fellow LEGO contraption that makes the pancakes. How the LEGO Peristaltic Syrup Pump works is a bottle of the liquid goodness is situated at the back of the pump while a tube connected to it reaches all the way to the pancakes and dispenses.

This LEGO contraption is definitely an impressive addition to the already amazing inventions that have come from the colorful blocks of fun. Stats for Building Block Dispensers Trending: Older & Chilly
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