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I generally only build sets of 1000+ pieces and I find knolling incredibly useful (as well as somewhat relaxing but YMMV on that). Where I find that it helps the most is familiarizing myself with all of the pieces that will be used in the next set of instructions. Sometimes it is easy to misidentify a piece from the images in the instruction book. So for ...


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Without more information, it's hard to know what can be causing the gaps. My theory is that the structure has gotten large enough that the spacing in the bricks is adding up such that your structure is no longer "square". According to this page, there is a 0.1mm gap between two bricks attached to a common base. This gap makes it possible to remove the ...


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Knolling is organizing objects by type, at right angles. If you enjoy spending your time doing that, then by all means, do it. However, logically, it is obvious that precisely organizing objects provides no benefit to anyone whose mind doesn't require strictly rectilinear organization of objects. First, you have to sort all the objects (in our case, ...



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