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I just found a new base plate that is easer and better. You can get it 2 feet by 2 Feet or 2 feet by 4 feet and they put themes and pictures on it as well or you can just get white and build on it.. I looked around and this is the cheapest and best I have seen. I got a prototype from the company and loved it. I would not build another table again!! The ...
A regular LEGO base plate will work with DUPLO bricks. As demonstated in this question, the two systems are compatible in a number of ways. Here's an example of someone using system base plates with DUPLO bricks:
You can also attach the first generation Bionicle masks using their, 'stud,' joint, the second generation masks are a bit looser, and the later masks have Technic connections. I have only ever used this to provide a texture at the front of a spaceship, but if you have the right masks you could use the gaps to create gun covers, etc.
All LEGO train tracks have had the same gauge, so newer trains will fit old tracks, including 12V/4.5V. Since the wheels themselves are not exactly the same, you may run into some small issues at points, but it should be OK most of the time - and using RC track wouldn't fully prevent the issue anyway. (If anything, I suspect trains woudl actually derail more ...
You can absolutely run RC and PF trains on 12V track. You can leave out the center conducting rail since it won't be delivering any power to the train, unless you are planning to run both 12V and remote trains. The main LEGO train sets have all used the same rail gauge, which is the main thing that matters. If you'd like to use both your 12V track and the ...
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