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Delphi geek, prone to automating builds, testing and swearing.


Nov
10
revised Please help me identifying these spaceship parts - big sloping ring
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Nov
9
comment Looking for a Basic Lego set with mostly large bricks
isn't this exactly what the question was trying to avoid - most of the bricks in that set are 2x2 or smaller
Nov
9
revised Looking for a Basic Lego set with mostly large bricks
added 21 characters in body
Nov
6
comment How can I tell which LEGO minifigure I found?
@JustinCase to some people the point of Lego is that you can mix and match the pieces, and that's how they use it. Not everyone just buys it, assembles it according to the instructions, then displays it.
Nov
6
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can I tell which LEGO minifigure I found?
Oct
29
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What set does this minifigure head come from?
Oct
24
comment Identifying Lego kits from unopened bags for library
I suspect that the intention is that the exact sets don't matter, and they may even vary between kits. Because those pieces are going to end up really mixed very quickly, so either you're going to spend a lot of time policing and sorting, or you'll end up with one big pile of pieces. Personally I would resign myself to that now and move on...
Oct
23
comment How many ways can six 8-peg lego blocks of six different colors be combined?
@Bonifer people connect simultaneously in much simpler ways than Lego bricks (Sam knows Bob or not) and in much more complex ways (Sam has heard that Bob is not very nice, but from someone Sam thinks is unreliable). There's not a good match to the Lego "one stud to the left" relationship modelling.
Oct
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Help identify this 70s or 80s lego space set
Oct
6
comment Strain Gauge on Lego Bridge
A pure mechanical strain gauge seems more in the spirit of Lego. And more likely to work and be robust. I suspect you could make a simple "spring balance" type gauge quite easily using a rack piece and an 8T gear, with either rubber bands or suspension print parts. Add a cardboard circle as backing and "calibration" just consists of adding weights and marking points on the dial.
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
17
answered Lego Motor for cycling a tool
Sep
14
awarded  Custodian
Sep
14
reviewed Close Direct command lego ev3
Sep
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What's the sight of the ultrasonic sensor according to the distance of the object?
Sep
14
reviewed No Action Needed What part can I use to get the connection
Sep
12
revised Can anyone identify this spinner with 1..5 and a skull?
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Sep
1
comment How can I use 1 motor for grabbing/lifting and another for moving?
Typical solutions involve staggering functions, so at the limit of one motions travel the other motion starts. For example, combine lifting with gripping by making the lift happen when the grip stalls (many older crane grabs work this way)
Aug
31
revised I bought a second hand pack of pieces and it looks like it may be a specific set
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Aug
31
revised I bought a second hand pack of pieces and it looks like it may be a specific set
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