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Top new questions this week:

Can anyone identify this set or sets - printed tile with a wooden path, lots of browns and tans and oranges

Can someone help me identify this set that I found at a consignment shop? It has some unique pieces and all of the bags were sealed (I opened two bags to get out a couple bricks for pictures). I have ...

set-identification  
asked by Ellen S 12 votes
answered by Alex 15 votes

How can I build a Lego slope of this exact angle with ideally only legal techniques?

I'm currently building a functional Lego escalator that is minifigure-scaled and with staircases transitioning from flat platform to stairwell. Here's my progress so far: But with the design of the ...

technic building moc  
asked by Duy Vuong Quang 5 votes
answered by Hugo 1 vote

Live axle + steering

Does anyone know how to make a live front axle (steered, driven, beam axle, preferably with a panhard rod) in a relatively small space, I can't figure it out. This is my rear axle for guidance: Most ...

technic vehicle steering  
asked by JustenDouma 5 votes
answered by Alex 2 votes

How can find which Duplo sets, featuring car base, are currently sold in France?

My son have been playing a lot with my old LEGO at his grandma's, and I would like to buy him some to play at home. I have tried to figure this out on my own, but I am stuck :( I have read inside the ...

shopping duplo  
asked by Maxime 4 votes
answered by Alex 2 votes

Where should the 76139 Batmobile roof pins land?

Lego Batmobile 76139. Could someone please advise whether the pins installed in step 445 should rest on top of or just in front of the stanchions installed in step 417 ?

building  
asked by Mike P 2 votes
answered by Zhaph - Ben Duguid 5 votes

Building technique depicted in the image

I am trying to figure out the building technique used in these windows. Does anybody know how to achieve those. Unfortunately I do not have pictures of the lower part. Thanks in advance.

building moc  
asked by HodorKing 1 vote

"Heads up! Could not open project" error message in EV3 software

Whenever we try to edit one of our old projects our EV3 Mindstorms Home software shows us the "Heads up! Could not open project" screen. What should we do? I am on the Mac OS Big Sur 11.2.3 ...

ev3 mindstorms programming mac  
asked by Spiritbot P.A.K 1 vote

Greatest hits from previous weeks:

Minifigures creator?

Does a website to create custom minifigs exist? For exemple, you choose your head (between all official LEGO releases), torso, legs, and hair, and then you can purchase it for the same price as you ...

minifigures  
asked by Thy' 6 votes
answered by gev 6 votes

What is the quality of LEGO replicas on Aliexpress?

Aliexpress sells a lot of LEGO replicas, has anyone here bought one? I am wanting to know how the quality compares to LEGO? Example products: https://www.aliexpress.com/wholesale?catId=0&...

building sets quality  
asked by Dariusz Sikorski 18 votes
answered by Phil B. 19 votes

Where are LEGO parts made?

Are all LEGO parts made in a single factory, or are there multiple factories? Where abouts is it/are they? If there are several, are there different factories for different pieces/sets, or do all ...

manufacturing lego-group  
asked by fredley 23 votes
answered by mikl 22 votes

What is different between the EV3 Home and Educational sets?

The newly announced LEGO Mindstorms EV3 sets for home and education have some differences, but it isn't clear to me what they are, specifically. It seems that have different sensors, perhaps ...

ev3 education  
asked by Clinton Blackmore 24 votes
answered by shea 19 votes

What is this? Is it LEGO? Dark Green, detailed mouldings, roughly trapezoid shaped

I've been sifting through a few gifted bins of LEGO with a small percentage of trash and clone-brands stuff. I've had pretty good luck with finding new and strange LEGO pieces on bricklink, but this ...

part-identification bionicle  
asked by chicks 17 votes
answered by Alex 29 votes

Have I got a mystery croissant lurking in my Lego collection?

I've loved every minute of a massive LEGO sort-out recently, but a mystery imposter lurked in there. My kids swear blind that we've had these two types of croissant for over seven years, but I don't ...

part-identification clone-brands  
asked by Magnus Smith 17 votes
answered by Joost 18 votes

How do I identify a LEGO part?

Over the vast years of collecting bricks of various sizes and sets, I find that during my free builds I run low on a specific type of brick. How can I go about identifying what the brick is named and ...

piece-information part-identification  
asked by Marco Ceppi 42 votes
answered by Joubarc 38 votes
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