Lego Stacker

Create up to eight Legos and stack them according to your specifications.

Position is measured from the lower corner. Note that a “brick” has height 1
and a “plate” has height 1/3. You may need to enter z-positions such as 2+1/3.  

Lego 1:   by  ,   x: ,   y: ,   z:  
Lego 2:   by  ,   x: ,   y: ,   z:  
Lego 3:   by  ,   x: ,   y: ,   z:  
Lego 4:   by  ,   x: ,   y: ,   z:  
Lego 5:   by  ,   x: ,   y: ,   z:  
Lego 6:   by  ,   x: ,   y: ,   z:  
Lego 7:   by  ,   x: ,   y: ,   z:  
Lego 8:   by  ,   x: ,   y: ,   z:  

Boundaries:  ≤  x  ≤ ,     ≤  y  ≤ ,     ≤  z  ≤       Include Pegs? 

The image will rotate about the center of these boundaries.
Also, you may need to adjust the boundaries to see all of the Legos.

The result will be displayed in a new window.

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Page Updated: 04/03/2006