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reviewed Approve ldraw tag wiki
Jul
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reviewed Approve design tag wiki excerpt
Jul
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reviewed Approve design tag wiki
Jul
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revised What is the smallest LEGO component?
edited tags
Jul
13
reviewed Approve How do I build a curved wall?
Jul
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awarded  Announcer
Jul
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awarded  Announcer
Jul
6
reviewed Approve Is the Lego 8884 IR Receiver compatible with earlier IR Speed Remotes e.g. from set 7897?
Jun
29
comment Cleaning between the studs of a build
@Pubby Drying models can take a long time and damage stickers. I find it doesn't get rid of the deeply ingrained dirt.
Jun
29
comment Cleaning between the studs of a build
I've tried a handheld car hoover but it doesn't have enough suction power. Instead I've been using a Dyson Animal vacuum to get rid of most of the dust.
Jun
28
asked Cleaning between the studs of a build
Jun
27
comment How to build bridge using 4.5/12v train rails from 1969 Lego brochure
It's very difficult tell without getting a closer look at the set but it looks like they may be using curved track parts to build the bridge (I also thought these could be straight bricks under stress). As it's a Samsonite set it may be connected with specially designed pieces.
Jun
25
accepted What kind of yellow is used for a typical minifigure?
Jun
24
asked What kind of yellow is used for a typical minifigure?
Jun
13
revised In what ways are LEGO and Megabloks incompatible?
edited tags
Jun
11
reviewed Approve Good LEGO CAD Design Software with Technic elements and animation
Jun
9
revised What are the best options for building a LEGO RC car?
Fixed url
Jun
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reviewed Approve What does imprinted information inside bricks mean?
Jun
6
revised Does Toy 'R Us (or more expensive-than-average) retailers have more extra parts than average?
Added official set names and product #'s. Added tag.
Jun
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comment Does Toy 'R Us (or more expensive-than-average) retailers have more extra parts than average?
@mcqwerty: I wrote to LEGO customer services and I've included a quote from their response in my answer. Thanks for making the answer better!