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Aug
17
comment What Technic vehicle is this in black and red?
ail, @Joost I synthesized your comments into the answer, hope you don't mind.
Aug
17
comment Vintage heads still in production?
Just to add to your answer, the smileys tend to be found in the special Creator sets, such as the modular buildings and the winter scenes. Most other themes use more customized heads with different facial expressions or facial hair, etc.
Jul
13
comment How to make lego unbreakable
I think, as @zovits mentioned in their answer, you should clarify what kind of model you are building and what kind of damage you expect it to withstand. Also keep in mind that some pieces are more fragile than others. Finally, consider that the Lego company just glues models when they want them permanently assembled.
Jun
30
comment My building is developing gaps and spaces
Lego bricks are built to certain tolerances. Maybe your structure is large enough that rounding errors are creeping in?
Jun
23
comment Large trap door - alternative to door with frame 4595708
@Ana You're welcome. There are, of course, infinitely many other ways to do it. But this is using one of the newer, available-in-stores techniques. And using different pins to hold the plates together allows you to have looser or stiffer trap doors.
Jun
22
comment If LEGO could transform the way that plastics were produced, and create living wage jobs, would they?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it can only be answered by the Lego company.
Jun
22
comment If LEGO could transform the way that plastics were produced, and create living wage jobs, would they?
We here at bricks.stackexchange.com don't represent the Lego company. We cannot answer this question for you.
Jun
9
comment Advanced set to 5.5 years old
The car models I suggested are of the same difficulty add the ones you asked about. They should also be comparable prices. The two Creator expert fairground rides are expensive but definitely not easy. However, the older sets are usually much more expensive than the later sets. If you can find them at a good price, they'll do just fine. But there is little technical difference between the creator car models on a yearly basis. They just refresh the model with new colors or updated parts.
Jun
3
comment How do I move assembled LEGO sets?
See this question for advice on where to get instruction booklets for the inevitable repairs.
May
20
comment What are some examples of advanced train layouts possible with the PF train sets?
The link to Lego's track planning tool seems to be broken.
Apr
17
comment Is there a list of giveaway sets from Toys R Us or other events?
Is there an easy way to find the make-and-take kits there?
Mar
18
comment How to find out which set contains a higher plate percentage?
@gev I included it because some people don't use the terminology as strictly as others do :)
Feb
6
comment Is it possible to run more than two remote control trains on one track?
Or just use one remote and switch its channel to match the train. Red 1, Blue 1, Red 2, Blue 2, etc.
Feb
6
comment What are the tiny, single-peg, statuette figures from the SHIELD Helicarrier called?
I'm pretty sure it's hard to trademark a phrase like "nano-figure". If Lego already has "minifigure" and "microfigure" then "nanofigure" seems pretty reasonable. I'm not sure some other brand's use of the generic term "nano" would be infringed.
Jan
8
comment How is this brick attached to the pregnant minifig?
@Nick2253 On my older minifig they fit slightly better; I can jam the bracket down about 1mm. If the leg studs or the bracket were shaved a bit, it could be made to work, but I'm not willing to test that.
Jan
7
comment How is this brick attached to the pregnant minifig?
I tried several brackets on my newest and oldest (30 years old) minifigs at hand. None fit.
Jan
7
comment Representing pregnancy on LEGO minifigs without a dome
I can't get neck brackets to fit over the minifig hip studs.
Jan
7
comment How is this brick attached to the pregnant minifig?
I don't have a huge quantity of those parts, but the ones I have, of various ages, do not fit on any of my minifig's hips. The studs on the hips are thicker than the regular studs.
Jan
7
comment How is this brick attached to the pregnant minifig?
@cornbreadninja It has both a link and an image, do you not see them?
Jan
6
comment Representing pregnancy on LEGO minifigs without a dome
I have voted to close as "unclear what you're asking". Please edit your question to clarify and to provide more context.