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comment How much usage can a LEGO piece take before it loses its 'clutch power'?
Because there was rotation in the movement, it worn for one position but sticks a little when turned 180deg
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reviewed Approve How do I unlock the daily surprises?
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reviewed Reviewed LEGO cleaning techniques and tools
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comment LEGO cleaning techniques and tools
This is ABS plastic. Wouldn't a buffing wheel (I assume being driven by something like a Dremel) melt the plastic?
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reviewed Looks OK LEGO brick competitors?
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reviewed Approve How to simulate Lego Mindstorms programs written in C#?
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reviewed No Action Needed Is there a way to build a stronger LEGO ball than what was done by the Mythbusters?
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reviewed No Action Needed Removing glue from Lego bricks
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accepted Is there a way to build a stronger LEGO ball than what was done by the Mythbusters?
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reviewed Reviewed How does LEGO handle the breakage of Hero Factory sockets?
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answered What material is used to make capes and cloth in LEGO sets and where do I get it?
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reviewed No Action Needed LEGO Digital Designer is unable to connect to the Internet
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reviewed No Action Needed Are there any Star Wars vehicles that have not yet been produced in a Lego kit?
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accepted How much usage can a LEGO piece take before it loses its 'clutch power'?