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All new magnet sets introduced by LEGO will have the figures glued, as will any re-makes of existing sets. History In 2009 LEGO started producing sets of minifigures standing on magnetic bricks. At that time, the figures were removable, although some felt that they were of lower quality than the figs in regular LEGO sets. In early 2011, however, LEGO ...
There are MANY companies that offer third party stuff for NXT: Mindsensors, already mentionned in pcantin's answer Vision Subsystem - Capable of tracking up to 8 coloured objects Touch Panel Numeric Pad IR Obstacle Detector Sony PS2 Controller Interface Line Sensor Array Accelerometer Realtime Clock Power Meter IR Distance Sensors (Long/mid/short range) ...
I am not sure such a case exists for the HTC Desire. All of the LEGO style phone accessories I have seen in the past have been for the iphone. A bit of searching turned up these items: What appears to be a case with LEGO compatible studs (for iphone) Check out this page for other LEGO relates accessories and a picture of the above case in use with actual ...
Just put them in boiling hot water and leave them for 5 minutes then take them out, straiten the torso and it should come off. If it doesn't come off then get a knife and wobble it a bit and there will be no studs in the legs and you can take the whole body apart - I have successfully used this method.
The term acrylic is used for many mediums, like acrylic paint (liquid), acrylic fiber (clothing), acrylic rubber (flexible) and acrylic glass (really hard). So, as you see, it is possible to make those capes out of a type of acrylic material.
It is fabric - probably cotton or polyester - coated with an acrylic substance that makes it more durable and tear-resistant. You can easily print on acrylic-coated fabric using standard laser printers. You can purchase acrylic-coated fabric through suppliers that sell sign-making supplies as well as art supply shops.
About 8 to 10 years ago there was more RCX-compatible sensors makers on the web. Today, I don't think we'll find them unless we dig into the Internet Archive. It looks like Techno-Stuff is still making some RCX-compatible components. Also, Mindsensors was making RCX-compatible components also but I couldn't find links to them through their website main ...
One way to remove them would be to carefully drill out the studs. You would need to put the legs in a vise of some sort (covering the metal jaws with something that won't damage the plastic) and use a drill bit just slightly smaller than the studs. You would probably then need to cut out the remnants of the studs and glue, or at least cut out enough so a ...
Good places to find parts include: Thrift stores, car boot sales, jumble sales. Sometimes you get lucky. eBay is a good general source for parts... as long as you can find what you're looking for. LEGO's Pick-a-Brick (PAB) service is good for for common parts. LEGO's replacement parts service is better for less common parts from newer sets. The range of ...
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