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Pick-a-Brick at lego.com or retail stores
Questions about the freeware LDraw 3D design program.
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.
Robot Inventor is the 4th generation of LEGO MINDSTORMS, released in 2020.
SNOT (Studs Not On Top) is the term used for building with techniques to change the brick(s) direction.
Introduced in 2012, LEGO Friends is a theme that tailors the iconic LEGO construction experience especially to girls ages five and up.
NXT-G is a graphical programming environment that comes bundled with the NXT.
LEGO Ideas is a platform for fans to submit set ideas with the ultimate aim of having them made into official sets.
Stud.io is a design program for LEGO that is actively supported and updated by Bricklink and LEGO.
Questions about various tracks and track systems built from dedicated LEGO elements or individual bricks.
Questions regarding LEGO retail outlets owned by The LEGO Company and the LEGO Online store.
Questions regarding the Space theme
An acronym for "Adult Fan Of Lego".
Python is a high-level programming language designed to be easy to read and simple to implement. It is open source, which means it is free to use, even for commercial applications. Python is considere…
An electronic control system introduced in 2019 to replace the Power Functions system.
LEGO Theme of sets involving knights, castles medieval life and occasionally fantasy.
Regarding the danger, risk, or injury associated with LEGO products.
A Debian Linux distribution that runs on LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3. Visit http://www.ev3dev.org for more information.
Questions related to the 9V systems used to power LEGO sets.
Lego Ninjago is a Lego theme that was created in 2011 and a flagship brand of The Lego Group. It is the first theme to be based on ninja since the discontinuation of the Lego Ninja theme in 2000. It w…
A service provided by LEGO group for ordering individual bricks and other LEGO pieces.
Questions about sets in a specific theme.
12V was a voltage standard for LEGO Trains sets from 1969-1993. It is no longer used in any modern products by LEGO.
Laboratory Virtual Instrument Engineering Workbench (LabVIEW) is a system-design platform and development environment for a visual programming language from National Instruments.
Used for detecting the environment in Mindstorms and related sets.
Ultrasonic sensors emit sound waves at a frequency too high for humans to hear. They then wait for the sound to be reflected back, calculating distance based on the time required. The sensor is more a…
A Java Virtual Machine that can run on Mindstorms intelligent bricks.
Collectable Minifigures (branded as Lego Minifigures) are minfigures sold randomly in polybags in series.
Questions about LEGO bricks and models interacting with water. For floating, submerging, containing, using as a medium or other applications.
An introductory Lego robotics system
Anything that relates to the LEGO bricks capacity of withstanding wear and tear or decay.
Questions regarding gameplay of LEGO Video Games should be asked on the gaming Stack Exchange site (Arqade)
Mechanical means working or produced by machines or machinery.
For questions about 3D printing Lego-compatible parts. Generic 3D printing questions can be asked on our sister site 3D Printing Stack Exchange.
ROBOTC is a development environment that can be used to program LEGO RCX, NXT and EV3 (as well as VEX, RCX, and Arduino robots) using a programming language based on the C programming language.