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Jul
23
asked Who else produces Duplo-sized blocks?
Jul
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
10
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
20
comment What is the purpose of the hole in the 12 x 12 boat bow (6051)?
Well, it looks too small for canon. Perhaps the piece designer intended it as an anchor hole, but the set designers didn't use it that way? Perhaps it was modelled on a real ship's bow?
May
26
reviewed Approve How should I connect two LEGO cylinders with pistons to measure the movement caused by sea waves?
May
19
reviewed Reject I need help with a broken LEGO motor
May
13
reviewed Approve What material is used to make capes and cloth in LEGO sets and where do I get it?
May
13
reviewed Approve Useful machines built with LEGO
May
8
reviewed Approve Is the Antikhythera clock design available as Open Source?
Apr
23
comment Set missing all the Minifigures and a few other parts
+1: It seems very odd that all the figs are missing: assuming this was bought as a new set, this strongly suggests that the set has been tampered with.
Apr
22
comment How to make a conveyor belt with LEGO parts?
Rough dimensions would be useful here. How big are your "small rocks", for example?
Apr
9
comment Does the LEGO company actively follow or copy clone bricks?
+1: Some excellent points that I had overlooked. I've deleted my own answer as it is just plain wrong.
Mar
26
answered Is there a place where you can buy single pieces of LEGO-compatible systems?
Mar
22
reviewed Approve lugbulk tag wiki
Mar
22
reviewed Approve lugbulk tag wiki excerpt
Mar
4
answered What element modifications are incorporated by the LEGOLAND builders?
Feb
27
revised Why do new LEGO bricks feel softer than old bricks?
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Feb
27
comment Why do new LEGO bricks feel softer than old bricks?
AFAIK, relatively few bricks are made in China.
Feb
27
revised Why do new LEGO bricks feel softer than old bricks?
Fixed spelling of "you" and "your".
Feb
25
comment Why does LEGO state the number of parts on US boxes, but not in Europe?
Being an EU-based company, TLG design may well design their boxes for local EU-based markets first - where there is no need for a piece count - and then adjust the designs for other markets later. This is pure speculation, of course.