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Jan
5
comment Useful machines built with LEGO
Well this all sounds like toy examples. The machines for demonstrating principles of physics, engineering and structure come closest. There should be online video tutorials for learning with Lego :-)
Dec
7
comment What's the exact opacity and translucency of transparent bricks?
I don't want to measure this but I'd like to have some numbers, charts, technical specifications etc. to know how light from specific LEDs would be changed.
Dec
3
comment Are there more studs or “antistuds”?
The pieces you depicted have hollow studs which could also count as antistuds ;-)
Nov
6
comment What are the female parts called?
See also this question for naming other features of a brick: bricks.stackexchange.com/questions/1636/…
Nov
6
comment Is there an official LEGO terminology for the features of basic pieces?
This question asks about naming the "tubes": bricks.stackexchange.com/questions/1350/…
Nov
6
comment Is there an official LEGO terminology for the features of basic pieces?
Ok, stud (or knob), tube, pin and wall should name the basic features of a simple brick. The little support walls at the bottom could be called splines.
Nov
5
comment Is there an official LEGO terminology for the features of basic pieces?
Thanks, I also read "nibbles" and "knobs" but "studs" seems more common. By the way the studs go between a tube and a wall (or this little additional wall thing for new bricks). I extended my question for more features.
Oct
19
comment Building a full-size lamp using Lego bricks
Do you refer to the lamp including a light emitter (LEGO light brick) or just the stand? For furniture you may better ask another question.
Oct
18
comment Making or buying a really long Power Functions cable
Oh, I was not sure so I asked how both connectors differ.
Oct
17
comment Waterproofing Lego bricks
Are you going to build something like this?
Oct
17
comment What are the exact dimensions of a DUPLO brick?
@Joubarc: thanks. I have not managed to used LDraw (with LDCat) on Linux yet. The LDraw download website seems to be broken or outdated.
Oct
16
comment What are the exact dimensions of a DUPLO brick?
If a lego brick has 11.2mm height incl. knob - how come duplo is not 22.4mm? Looks like the dimension without additional space is 64mm x 32mm x 24mm.