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Jan
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revised How can I store LEGO bricks as long as possible?
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Jan
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Jan
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Jan
24
revised How can I store LEGO bricks as long as possible?
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Jan
24
comment How do the train wheels turn so smoothly?
@RoryAlsop: I'm not quite sure what you mean by axle friction. Which particular piece are you referring to?
Jan
24
revised How should I store unused stickers?
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Jan
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revised How should I store unused stickers?
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Jan
24
answered How should I store unused stickers?
Jan
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answered How do the train wheels turn so smoothly?
Jan
20
comment How can I blow a stream of air for up to two minutes at a time?
I like this solution the most as a I can blow air evenly up to 7cm wides. My only problem is the technical aspect of building such a device, like making the housing reasonably airtight and circular.
Jan
20
revised How to calibrate NXT motors to travel the same distance?
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Jan
19
revised Where or how do I get replacement stickers for my Lego set?
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Jan
19
comment What is the difference between the NXT 1.0 controller and the NXT 2.0 controller?
I believe the bricks are physically identical.
Jan
19
comment How can I blow a stream of air for up to two minutes at a time?
I'm not quite sure what you had in mind by 'toggle switches'
Jan
19
revised Can an axle be removed from this 'brick paradox'?
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Jan
18
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Jan
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revised How can I blow a stream of air for up to two minutes at a time?
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Jan
18
comment How can I blow a stream of air for up to two minutes at a time?
Using linear actuators would require a processor of some sorts to follow a program like a NXT brick. I'm looking for a more mechanical solution.