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Amazing LEGO Submarine

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  • Groot689
    Its not what I would normally expect to be featured on this site but then there is Dave... Seriously, creative and interesting and yes, perfect for a high school STEM or robotics class. As a teacher, I have made ROV's out of PVC and bilge pumps with success, never considered LEGOs. Thanks for sharing nonetheless.

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  • QuarterMaster
    It's coming for you Dave.....

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  • SubHuman
    Okay, that was actually pretty amazing. I loved that! Would be a perfect project for a high school robotics program!


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  • redboat219
    started a topic Amazing LEGO Submarine

    Amazing LEGO Submarine