3D-printed LEGO duck brick will be widely available at LEGO House

There’s no need to spend over £1,000 online to get your own 3D-printed LEGO duck as the LEGO House is the new home of the exclusive piece.

Over the course of the LEGO House’s adult fan event, participants were gifted a 3D-printed LEGO duck inspired by the iconic wooden duck, and it actually worked. It wasn’t long before it went for as high as £1,000 on secondary marketplaces. Thankfully, there’s an easier way to grab one as the LEGO House will soon start selling the duck.

Guests who partake in the LEGO Minifigure Factory experience at the LEGO House for 89DKK will be able to sign up to add a 3D-printed duck to the experience. This is only for a limited time only, during weekends in November 2022 from 9:30am. That includes November 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26 and 27.

“We are excited by the possibilities of additive manufacturing and can’t wait to hear from our fans,” shared Ronen Hadar, head of the LEGO Group’s additive design and manufacturing team. “We will use their feedback to help shape future innovation as we continue to test the limits of 3D-printing technology.”


“We’ve worked incredibly hard to make sure our 3D-printed elements meet our very strict quality, safety and durability requirements. And as for this duck, it’s gone through extra quality checks to ensure its beak smoothly opens and closes!”

This is part of a pilot project, which may see more 3D printed pieces appear with Minifigure Factory experiences in the future, though the exact details of what this could to has yet to be confirmed.

In order to acquire a duck, you’ll need to make your way to the LEGO House in Billund and sign up for the Minifigure Factory experience when the store in the house opens – this will be limited to a select amount of slots per day. It is not clear if the duck is an additional charge on top of the experience, or if it is included. However, we know that it is limited to one per household and that you’ll be asked to complete a survey once you have your duck.

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