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Feb
5
comment What is LEGO Cuusoo?
Now I understand why the project was set up in Japan rather then somewhere closer to home like Denmark.
Feb
1
comment How can a sticker be removed?
@Kramii: Relevant
Feb
1
comment Which official LEGO sets are micro-scale versions of existing sets?
@Zhaph-BenDuguid: Oh. I thought you meant this.
Jan
30
comment Which official LEGO sets are micro-scale versions of existing sets?
This post is Community Wiki, Please add any other sets you may know .
Jan
29
comment Which official LEGO sets are micro-scale versions of existing sets?
@Zhaph-BenDuguid: I know about those too, but they're sold as a set , like in a calender.
Jan
29
comment How can I convert an image's pixels to actual LEGO colors?
This can also be done in Photoshop by cropping an image of a mosaic to the selected area, then applying the Blur -> Average filter effect. From there you can change the image mode to an indexed colour using a Lego colour pallete.
Jan
25
comment How do the train wheels turn so smoothly?
@RoryAlsop: I don't understand, It might help if I knew the piece or set in question.
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
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
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
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.
Jan
18
comment How can I blow a stream of air for up to two minutes at a time?
If you blow hard enough you can play a note from about 2-3cm's away. That would only blow a bunch of notes but with the film would be able to block it out.
Jan
18
comment How can I blow a stream of air for up to two minutes at a time?
@NathanStohlmann: Yes. I intend to blow air across all notes whilst having a piece of film cover most of the notes. It seems more efficient then having a motor go back and forth blowing each note individually.
Jan
11
comment Can an axle be removed from this 'brick paradox'?
I was thinking a toothpick wouldn't damage the bricks but be too brittle.
Jan
10
comment How do I build a curved wall?
There are many ways to make a curved wall. The smallest full circle shaped wall can be made using 84 1x2 Bricks. For this scale you may require 1x1 cylinders/cones or hinges.
Jan
10
comment How do I make my own LEGO stickers?
@Bill, This would be a good answer for this question.
Jan
6
comment Are the LEGO Friends Mini-dolls compatible with Minifigures?
Just curious, are they actually called 'minidolls' by LEGO? I do know that hairpieces are interchangeable and the neck of a Freinds figure can fit in the 'claws' of a traditional minifig.
Jan
5
comment What is the male:female ratio of gendered minifigures?
I did a quick check of the released sets in the Freinds theme. There are 23 female figures and one male figure (Peter).
Jan
5
comment Which sets currently contain pneumatic LEGO equipment?
@tombull89: This vending machine concept is powered by a home-made linear actuator. The Linear Actuator bricks sold by LEGO are smaller.