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Nov
23
comment How to make a 1 ldu offset?
I don't have an answer, but I do know this: the dimensions of basic bricks are multiples of 2 ldu. That means that any rectangular arrangement of bricks can't possibly have a gap of 1 (or any other odd number) ldu. Any solution to this problem will, therefore, involve bricks with odd dimensions or bricks placed at an angle (i.e. some kind of SNIR technique).
Nov
18
comment What are the practical bounds of a minifigure?
I assume you want the bounds for a standard minifigure without accessories and head-gear. Some items (eg. oxygen tanks, fedora hats) make quite a difference to minifig size.
Nov
14
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Nov
14
revised What pieces are prone to breaking?
added 25 characters in body
Nov
13
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
9
comment How many copies of each set is produced?
Sadly, this is probably the best answer we'll get. However, if anyone has numbers (or even informed estimates) for any specific mainstream sets, I'd be interested.
Nov
9
accepted How many copies of each set is produced?
Nov
9
asked How many copies of each set is produced?
Nov
8
revised Alternative products compatible with LEGO
added 72 characters in body
Nov
8
revised Alternative products compatible with LEGO
Added several brands
Nov
8
revised Alternative products compatible with LEGO
Added HiTechnic
Nov
8
comment What is the first day of the 2011 Star Wars advent calendar supposed to be?
Hey! It's not even December, yet! I'll bet you're one of those naugty people who eat all the chocolates early, too! ;-)
Nov
8
comment What are proven methods to sort/categorize a large number of parts?
Worth a read: news.lugnet.com/storage/?n=707
Nov
8
accepted Who is (or was) Susan Williams?
Nov
8
asked Who is (or was) Susan Williams?
Nov
7
answered Where can I find instruction booklets?
Nov
5
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Nov
5
comment Why aren't LEGO bricks cubic?
@ghoppe: I'm confused. Didn't the bricks with holes in come years after the plates? Were Lego really planning that far ahead? OTOH, I can't imagine that the geometry you describe is a happy coincidence.
Nov
4
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Nov
4
revised What is the basis of purism in LEGO building?
Attempted to remove some of the bad subjective parts of the question and leave the good subjective parts.