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answered What will happen if I submerge LEGO in water?
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revised What can I use to glue LEGO bricks to Metal?
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revised Is it possible to change the language in the EV3 Education software?
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revised Groove dimension of 4216 or 88393?
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revised Is it possible to use DUPLO bricks in LDD?
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revised What tool can get the Technic pin out from a connection closed in the other end?
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revised What is the difference between these two Technic half bushings?
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answered What is the difference between these two Technic half bushings?
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comment What is this 2x4 brick with a clear bottom, a small hole at each end and a 6 brick high pole?
You mentioned you couldn't find a number, can you find the LEGO logo on the piece anywhere?
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comment What is this 2x4 brick with a clear bottom, a small hole at each end and a 6 brick high pole?
Are you sure it's LEGO? The green bricks in the background don't look like they are LEGO.
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comment How can I extract part id or design id from a photo?
LDraw distribute a library of most LEGO parts in 3D. You may also be interested in the Signal Processing Stack Exchange site.
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comment How can I extract part id or design id from a photo?
As far as I'm aware, there isn't such a service. Akiyuki designed a LEGO part sorter that sorts bricks by identifying the shape and weight of the brick. If you can get a an accurate reading of a pieces weight in milligrams that should help you get a more accurate identification.