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revised Mechanical auto-unblocking mechanism
Mostly capitalisation
Nov
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comment What are some storage options?
Those wall-mounted plastic bins in the second example are actually used in professional LEGO model workshops. They're hard wearing and very easy to use but they can also be very pricey!
Nov
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reviewed Reviewed As of November 2011, should I buy the NXT 2.0 now, or wait and buy the NXT 3.0 later?
Nov
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comment Are third party NXT compatible parts safe to use?
@LynneaTaylor As far as I'm aware HiTechnic is the only certified manufacturer for Lego NXT Sensor products.
Nov
23
revised Are third party NXT compatible parts safe to use?
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Nov
23
answered Are third party NXT compatible parts safe to use?
Nov
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reviewed Leave Open Programming the NXT brick using an ipad app
Nov
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reviewed Edit Set missing all the Minifigures and a few other parts
Nov
22
revised Set missing all the Minifigures and a few other parts
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Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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comment What do the terms “vintage” and “classic” actually mean?
As for the definition of vintage. I tend to think of early sets like the original town plan with more realistic trees, vehicles that you couldn't put together or take apart and buildings made out of standard white and red bricks.
Nov
18
revised What is LUGBULK?
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awarded  Convention
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reviewed Reviewed As of November 2011, should I buy the NXT 2.0 now, or wait and buy the NXT 3.0 later?
Nov
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comment As of November 2011, should I buy the NXT 2.0 now, or wait and buy the NXT 3.0 later?
Where has it been verified?
Nov
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comment What can cause programmed NXT 2.0 motors to misfunction when small resistance is applied?
How much power has the motor been programmed to run at?
Nov
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awarded  Custodian
Nov
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reviewed Leave Open Is there an official LEGO terminology for the features of basic pieces?
Oct
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comment Is there an official LEGO terminology for the features of basic pieces?
@pcantin I agree, this questions title is very similar but Jakob seems to be asking about the specific parts of a standard brick and not the names of individual bricks.
Oct
27
comment Building a full-size lamp using Lego bricks
I really, really would not recommend building something which involves cutting LEGO as the first step...