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


Aug
11
suggested suggested edit on Lego 7670 has two different box designs?
Aug
8
revised Unknown brick/piece information (curved, decorated slope)
more useful title. 500 questions all titled "what is this" will suck.
Aug
8
suggested suggested edit on Unknown brick/piece information (curved, decorated slope)
Aug
4
revised Where will the World First Lego League be held in 2015?
expanded acronym, added link
Aug
4
suggested suggested edit on Where will the World First Lego League be held in 2015?
Aug
1
awarded  Necromancer
Jul
31
revised MOC planning and design
spelling and grammar
Jul
31
suggested suggested edit on MOC planning and design
Jul
30
comment Ideas to slow down RC PF train motor (Item: 88002)
Similar topics come up regularly on various forums, like this one
Jul
30
revised Ideas to slow down RC PF train motor (Item: 88002)
add picture
Jul
30
answered Ideas to slow down RC PF train motor (Item: 88002)
Jul
29
suggested suggested edit on Ideas to slow down RC PF train motor (Item: 88002)
Jul
18
comment Design of record-breaking builds
Actually, the 3.5km limit is easily reachable just by making the pyramid wider. If the base was 3.5km on a side and tapered straight to a point at 3.5km high it'd be pretty stable. And heavy. And use a lot of Lego.
Jul
18
comment Design of record-breaking builds
Couldn't find the axles easily, this one will have to wait until I unpack the collection (after we move, hopefully in not too many months time)
Jul
18
answered Design of record-breaking builds
Jul
18
comment Design of record-breaking builds
yeah, GWR are quite specific and rule out basically anything using Lego Technic parts. Technic cranes often top 4m using truss frames of liftarms, but GWR doesn't allow that either (even if you use "technic brick with holes"). It's stacked bricks or nothing.
Jul
17
revised Design of record-breaking builds
staging notes
Jul
17
answered Design of record-breaking builds
Jul
17
comment Design of record-breaking builds
@JoshDM you mean BURPs? I was thinking either 32 long axles or the unfortunately rare 2635 crane leg parts because they're tall and pyramidal already.
Jul
14
comment Any way to make this setup “tighter”?
one reason for my answer was to drop a bunch of those terms in so you can search for solutions more effectively :)