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Questions concerning the modification or customization of Lego parts.
Any type of components or tools not directly endorsed by LEGO or it's affiliates.
The technique of disassembling two or more parts from one another.
In the LEGO community MOC stands for 'My Own Creation'. Use this tag for questions regarding issues with constructing various features beyond simple structures.
Not sure where you should keep your bricks? If you need to separate them first?
Not sure what a MOC is? Wondering if you're an AFOL? If someone's mentioned a term and you don't know what it means, ask away!
Is it more efficient to colour code your LEGO bricks or sort them by shape? What are the best combinations of elements if you've not got enough boxes for each type?
measured in a variety of ways. How to create or fill a space of a particular size is a common building concern.
an e-commerce site that allows registered users to buy/sell/auction parts, sets, and other LEGO related items.
related to robots - machines capable of carrying out complex operations without human intervention
Circular objects that revolve around axles. This tag typically refers to the wheels used for vehicles.
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.
Questions about the LEGO product line Bionicles which is a story-based character-focused building theme with science fiction elements.
provide additional detail to models. Not to be confused with 'decorated bricks' which are bricks that have the details printed directly onto the surface.
Separating bricks? Cleaning parts? What should you use to do this without damaging your elements. This can also cover software tools used for cataloguing or designing.
specifically designed to follow a school's curriculum and are sold almost exclusively to the education sector.
Questions related to cars, trucks, planes, ships, motorcycles, and other forms of transport.
A way to join LEGO parts permanently, so they can't be separated ever again. Which is as horrible as it sounds.
Databases that hold records on LEGO sets. In some cases other products such as clothing and merchandise is also included.
a theme that tailors the iconic LEGO construction experience especially to girls ages five and up.
Laboratory Virtual Instrument Engineering Workbench (LabVIEW) is a system-design platform and development environment for a visual programming language from National Instruments.
LEGO Pneumatics use air pressure and specialised components to perform various actions.