Questions tagged [bricklink-studio]

Stud.io is a design program for LEGO that is actively supported and updated by Bricklink and LEGO.

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What are the differences between Studio 2 and LDcad when working with Technic and EV3?

Information regarding different software has come up over the years, but I am looking for something current. My goal is to create instruction books for some of my designs. Previously I used LDD, which ...
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Rename Submodel in Studio 2.0

Is it possible to rename a submodel in BrickLink's Studio 2.0? I couldn't find any appropriate function within the program. Last time I've done it the "hard" way by modifying the .ldr files ...
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Replace brick inplace in Studio 2.0

I'm using Studio 2.0 to design my MOC. Is there a way to replace a brick in my design by another other than removing it an setting a new brick on the old place? Best would be when the replaced brick ...
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Why isn't the Sad Clown's torso in Stud.io?

I was working on designing a clown minifig and I found the 973pb1398c01 Torso 3 Black Pom Poms Pattern / White Arms / Black Hands that seemed perfect for it, but it turns out that it isn't in Stud.io. ...
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Do I really need to sign into Stud.io?

I recently installed Stud.io 2.0 on my MacBook. Is it absolutely necessary to sign in, or is that just so that you can save to the cloud and build with friends?
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Is there a way to convert stud.io files into LDD files?

Is there a way to download stud.io files from Bricklink and convert them into a format that Lego Digital Designer understands?
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Compare part lists between Stud.io models?

I've created a MOC using Stud.io, bought the pieces and built it. Since it was unstable I've changed the model in Stud.io, and now I would like to buy just the pieces I've added. I could compare both ...
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Centering on Stud.io (design software)

I'm trying out Stud.io for the first time and I am unsure how to centre a part I want. I am used to just right clicking on the part to centre it on screen in LEGO Digital Designer, but this won't ...