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I rebuilt the model as best as I could in Lego Digital Designer using only parts from that particular set. There were a few parts where I couldn't actually find a piece in that set so I used a replacement part that exists in the set. LDD File PDF Instructions + Part List


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Based on the parts, it looks suspiciously like an internal part bag for 10232 Palace Cinema - which means there's no specific instructions to make something with just those parts - the whole set of instructions can be found online. To clarify - a set like Palace Cinema will have a number of "Numbered" bags that correspond to part of the building ...


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The instructions for that model are not included in the set.1 Youtube user BrickTsar LEGO® Collector rebuilt the model using the box as reference. The image below shows a screenshot from the video linked at the end of this post, it might be clearer to you how it was built. The model he made isn't an exact like for like copy of the model shown on the ...


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After testing several software (and figuring out quite a few are not compatible with each other), I tested Leocad, and was able to easily create models and generate instructions. In Leocad 0.82, going through "Print Preview…" and then printing to PDF generates simple and clean instructions. http://raphink.github.io/lego_models shows the results I got with ...


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One easy way of getting a list of parts from individual items in a set is to download a fan-made copy of the set made in LEGO Digital Designer and remove the parts you don't need. Eurobricks has a big list of sets that are available to edit in LDD, you may find some inconsistencies depending on which parts are available in the softwares library. Most ...


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I think LEGO has got you fooled here - they do not mention that the pictured model has specific alternate building instructions, they just mention that there are a lot of building instructions online. Pretty sad of course and I agree they do make you think this set has other building instructions for the pictured model. I've looked at LEGO/service, ...


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Google deprecated support for NPAPI in April this year, and removed it completely this month in Chrome 45. LEGO has historically used Unity Web Player for a number of their online 3D games which has certainly been impacted by this change, and while this is not specifically the case here (the building instructions are "Powered by Autodesk Technology", ...


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I'm assuming you are referring to LEGO set 70548. I don't have this set, but checking the instructions online, I think this is what you want to know: The black hair piece is optional. You can make your minifig wear the helmet or the hair piece, but not both at the same time. The pilot fits inside the model, as can be seen on picture #31 of the first ...


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Take pictures! The easiest way is to take photographs of each step as you build. No special software is required, you can just step through each building stage by flicking through photos. If your tablet has a camera you will have everything you need to create and view the instructions. You might want to include which parts you need for the next step in ...


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I'd double check that you've got all 16 links in the chain - if you're trying to squeeze it into a circle with less than that it won't fit. Also double check the placement of the pieces from sub-steps 7 and 8. Finally, when forming the circle, try carefully working your way around from one end, moving completing each bracket before moving on to the next - ...


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The author of this Ideas project might be able to give you a copy of the instructions for his model.


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An alternative to Ambo100's method, though with way more manual effort required, but avoiding the LDD installation, is to go to LEGO.com and download the instructions for 7208. Then either write down all the parts used in each individual step, or use the instruction as a guide and build a mock model and then deconstruct the mock model to get the pieces. ...


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The best software for this is the Lego Digital Designer (LDD for short) but it is not available for Linux by default. Users have mixed results when trying to run it by WINE or using virtual machines. There is another recommendation, which requires more manual work though. It uses Lego Instruction Creator (LIC), but it is a stagnant project and was buggy ...



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