A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
used for questions regarding what kit a particular block is from, or what its purpose is.
Identification of specific LEGO set based on limited information such as (but not limited to) a description of the set or a picture of piece(s), parts bag(s) or a partial build.
EV3 is the 3rd generation of LEGO MINDSTORMS, released in 2013.
Questions asking for information about a known LEGO element/brick. Include the [Identification] tag for questions about unknown elements.
A more advanced form of LEGO®, allowing for the creation of more realistic working parts.
only for general Mindstorms questions and compatibility. If the question refers specifically to the EV3, NXT, or RCX, then use those tags instead.
Interested in building techniques? Then this is the tag for you.
A programmable robotics brick released by the LEGO company in late July 2006 and uses Technic connectors. This was preceded by the original RCX brick, and succeeded by the EV3 brick.
Curious as to what you can do with the elements in a particular set? Want to know what's in a range of sets? What changes have happened with different versions of a set? Please include the [Identifica…
The iconic LEGO® character. They have pose-able heads, arms, hands and legs. Many accessories are available including hair, hats, back-packs, tools and weapons
Questions about programming the various LEGO programmable bricks, including Mindstorms (Robot Inventor, EV3, NXT, and RCX), Wedo, Spike and Scout, in either the provided languages and editors, or more…
The practice of exchanging goods for money or for trade.
A motor is a machine, especially one powered by electricity, elasticity, pressure, internal combustion or some other means, that supplies motive power for a device with moving parts.
Questions about software related to planning models or programming LEGO robots.
A popular choice among AFOLs for building their own creations, Trains are now a sub-theme of LEGO City.
Companies who make bricks that are compatible with LEGO bricks.
Questions about the skillful and artistic planning of LEGO structures.
Instruction Manuals - use them once to build a model, or store them for future reference? Perhaps you want to create your own? However we can't really field individual manual requests
A category of powered LEGO products which offer direct and remote control of action bricks.
Based on the full set of Star Wars films, from episodes I to VI, and the animated Clone Wars film and TV series this was the first licensed theme the LEGO Group produced.
Questions that relate to the history of The LEGO Group and it's products.
Questions about the inter-compatibility of different brick sets, or between bricks and some other objects.
Electronics are the branch of physics and technology concerned with the design of circuits using transistors and microchips, and with the behavior and movement of electrons in a semiconductor, conduct…
Assistance with identifying Minifigures
Questions relating to the LEGO Group specifically, rather than about bricks, building techniques, etc.
LEGO Duplo bricks are designed for young children aged 1½ to 5 years. Duplo bricks are twice the length, height and width of traditional Lego System bricks.
Bricks and Elements sometimes break - perhaps we can help you fix them?
The Lego Digital Designer CAD software was developed and published by The LEGO Group from 2004-2016.
Questions about colour correctness, colour similarities and how to best use certain colours.
In the LEGO community MOC stands for 'My Own Creation'. Use this tag for questions regarding issues with constructing various features beyond simple structures.
Questions about the industrial manufacturing process of brick toys or related materials.
Controlling LEGO creations remotely.
EV3-G is a graphical programming environment that comes bundled with the EV3 Retail edition.
Gears transmit rotary motion and are commonly found in Technic sets.
The technique of disassembling two or more parts from one another.
A category of powered LEGO products which offer direct and remote control of action bricks via Bluetooth. This system is the successor to Power Functions.