This manufacturing facility on M:Tron Corporation's remote home world manufactures the magnet boxes that the brave M:Tron astronauts use to harvest trans-neon-green elements. Built over 2 years, this model took an estimated 3,000 hours to create. The base is 40 x 60 inches, or 128 x 192 studs. I estimate that it contains about 100,000 pieces.
This model was first revealed at Brickfair Virginia, 2014.
When I saw this overwhelming spectacular build Blake, I was floored. It is Stunning inside and out and so brilliantly packed with detail. I commend you on such a massive undertaking of skill and imagination. WELL DONE...
A magnet factory... seems a random thing to build. Yet here one is and it is fantastic! Never would have thought of this and now I'm glad to see it. Amazing build - detail, color, a shot out to the olden days of Lego... Brilliant.
There is nothing above "Excellent". So it IS even possible to build big and detailed, coherent, novative, diversified, playable. Yes. Respect. It's more than a pleasure to appreciate. Even the landscape is unelievable, I took close looks to the crater and the intricated work to get its shape: fantastic. I estimated 25 layers of tan textures, love the way pillars are inserted in the "sand (?)". The mix between LBG and red colors is so well balanced. Love the details on each part of the factory, because it really looks like a factory at first sight. Love the design of the back pillars. Love the frame and the search for "accuracy". Each vehicle should deserve its own page. Love the 2 black-tron sneeking in. Love that little train. A piece of Lego-art. Hope it will join a book dedicated to Lego, it would be more than deserved.
Impressive...most impressive. The M-Tron faction has come a long way in the last twenty years. So many unbelievable details...my favorite it where an M-Tron and a Blacktron are having a lightsaber battle...too cool!