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12V was a voltage standard for LEGO Trains sets from 1969-1993. It is no longer used in any modern products by LEGO.
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Any type of components or tools not directly endorsed by LEGO or it's affiliates.
Questions about LEGO advent calendars.
An acronym for "Adult Fan Of Lego".
Questions regarding building techniques and practices of LEGO stop-motion animation.
Questions based on sets from our Annual Support Package from The LEGO Group
For use in question regarding Lego apparel: T-Shirts, watches, and other items of wear.
Questions relating to the Lego Architecture theme
Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software.
Related to operating constructions without human interaction. This often involves Mindstorms, but can also involve other hardware and software.
Bag-Build or Build-In-The-Bag are challenges that involve building a LEGO set within its original sealed packaging.
For question-related to balls in LEGO sets.
Questions about battery powered LEGO systems, models and its elements.
Questions about the LEGO product line Bionicles which is a story-based character-focused building theme with science fiction elements.
A proprietary open wireless technology standard for exchanging data over short distances. Used by the NXT for communication between the programmable brick and a PC or Mobile device.
LEGO Boost is a robotic system aimed at children between 7 and 12.
BrickLink is an e-commerce site that allows registered users to buy/sell/auction parts, sets, and other LEGO related items.
Stud.io is a design program for LEGO that is actively supported and updated by Bricklink and LEGO.
A service provided by LEGO group for ordering individual bricks and other LEGO pieces.
The brick separator is a special tool included in some LEGO sets that is designed to take apart parts in different ways. For example, it can take off a pin from a Technic beam, or a thin 1 by 1 brick …
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