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Grey Area Jul 13
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This is pretty cool.
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bugeye pickles Jul 13
A flamethrower would be alot cooler
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Calvin Moses Jul 13
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Are these made with the clay that us dug out from all the boring?
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The Boring Company Jul 13
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G C Jul 13
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ultimate! Jul 13
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where do i get one 😍😍😍😍
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Andrew Bills Jul 13
No 2x8? Need some help from before you will be able to build that Millennium Falcon
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Jimmy Vosika Jul 13
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It looks like that machine alone, only doing 2 at a time, can produce about 14,000 bricks a day. Pretty impressive for one machine (assuming no downtime, and assuming I can run a calculator). How many machines would be needed for current boring rates to keep up?
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Frankie Jul 13
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Where’s my damn flamethrower ❤️
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Michael Knaepen Jul 13
Do they need additional firing ?
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Bergasms Jul 13
A single story house requires around 8k bricks, so this can do almost two houses in a day.
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Jimmy Vosika Jul 13
Awesome!
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Joнɴɴα💎 Jul 13
Omg they look like Legos!
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Swarupa Jul 13
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HereForTheMilkShakes Jul 13
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When do I get my not a flamethrower shipped!
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Fred Sauer Jul 13
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Stacks!
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Raphael Jul 13
BrickSquad!!
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Jimmy Bearden Jul 13
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Well, this is kind of Boring.
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Tesla Noobs Jul 13
Replying to @boringcompany @jabe8
Elon really brings an impressive level of vertical integration and an approach to maximizing the value of all their operations. Instead of using the excavated soil and rock as fill/waste material, they make bricks.
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