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Apr
23
revised What are these Technic sets with figures?
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Apr
23
comment Mechanism of paper feeding
This is a engineering question and has no direct correlation to LEGO. Please make every effort possible to research the problem before asking a question. You are more likely to get the help you need if you can ask a specific question regarding LEGO building techniques.
Apr
23
comment Is it picking a single paper mechanism also apply on fabric pieces
A lot of things are possible with LEGO. Can you define what your idea of an 'automated tagging machine'? What have you tried? Try to be as descriptive about what it is you are trying to achieve.
Apr
17
revised What piece is designed to hold the “drawer” piece?
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Apr
17
revised What is the name of this almost triangular shaped Technic beam?
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Apr
17
revised What do these bags make?
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Apr
17
revised What is the name of this 2x2 curved piece with a lip?
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Apr
17
revised Identifying two Bionicle parts
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Apr
17
revised What is this technic axle?
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Apr
17
revised What piece is designed to hold the “drawer” piece?
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Apr
17
revised What is this Bionicle limb piece?
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Apr
17
comment Is it possible to access the RGB values of the EV3 Light Sensor?
Please aim to be as descriptive as possible in your question title to get the best possible answers. I've changed the title to what I believe is the subject of your answer, if this isn't the case, please feel free to improve it.
Apr
17
revised Is it possible to access the RGB values of the EV3 Light Sensor?
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Apr
17
revised What is this Bionicle limb piece?
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Apr
17
revised What is this technic pin?
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Apr
17
comment Challenge: A good, swift kick
I'm completely in support of having challenges on the site. However, I don't expect most of us have access to a baseball pitching machine. Is there possibly some other way we could qualify the best answer? Also, try and be as specific as possible on the rules, "How deep can it be?", "Are large pieces like Duplo & Quatro" allowed?", "What do you define to be the 'best' answer (Fewest Bricks, Strongest, Smallest) etc...
Apr
17
reviewed Close Looking for set to go with a specific brick
Apr
8
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Mar
30
comment How big is a LEGO torso in Microsoft Paint
Assuming you have Microsoft Paint, you can use Microsoft word to size your creation to match the torso size. Make sure your original decal is cropped to remove all whitespace first, then resize and print it in Word.
Mar
30
revised How big is a LEGO torso in Microsoft Paint
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