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maybe the NeXT block bring to us someting completely different with modern building agaist the first one.or even better,lego could monetize the theme and make buildings of great brands like mcdonalds,Apple,CVS,pizza hut etc…isnt awesome?
Rubber bands – Rubber bands can have various uses in TECHNIC sets. They can be used for pulleys by connecting two pulley wheels, and can form tire treads if one loops a small rubber band around a single large wheel.
This classic three-storey town hall building is the latest addition to the LEGO Modular Buildings series. This highly-detailed model features large entrance-way columns and coat of arms, a tall bell tower with clock and a large skylight giving a view inside the building. On the ground floor, the large hall, tax office and auditorium are perfect for servicing the town’s citizens. Take the working elevator up to the secretary and mayor’s offices on the second floor, furnished eloquently with desks, chairs, paintings and even a frog sculpture. There’s even a balcony for addressing the town’s citizens. On the third floor, a spacious meeting room features a large conference table, chairs, globe and plants. Includes 8 minifigures: mayor, secretary, bride and groom, press woman, janitor and 2 children.
This  is an easy one to answer yourself if you know where to look… However, the answer will vary depending on when you do the research. The  price will increase as time goes by, they aren’t making any more Cafe  Corners, Green Grocers or Market Streets
Then there’s the cost. Look at the current minifig sets and generally it’s 10/c plus minifigs, and a lot of the smaller sets really suffer when they have to include too many to make the scene work. But minifigs are simple, a complex one might have 10 pieces. A bare minimum Technic figure has more than that – about 17 by my count. And those pieces have to be assembled, unlike minifigs where half the parts come bare in the bag.
Description New LEGO Technic Drag Racer 42050 Building Kit by LEGO Product Description Power up this authentic 2-in-1 dragster replica, featuring a distinctive muscle car look and an array of true-to-life details, including a massive V8 engine with moving pistons, working steering, huge rear tires, large exhaust and a big rear spoiler. Raise the body shell to reveal the chassis, exhaust pipes and working transmission. This Power Functions upgradable model comes with wheelie function and an awesome vivid-blue and black color scheme and cool flame stickers. Rebuild it to create a Supercharged Dragster. Product Dimensions: 15 x 10.3 x 3.7 inches Item Weight: 2.3 pounds Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S. International Shipping: This item is not… Less
LEGO 75095 TIE Fighter is part of the Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series (UCS). It has been featured in many of the battle scenes in the Star Wars movies. LEGO 75095 Tie Fighter is a large-size set that weighing in… Continue Reading →
As a fan, however, it’s very difficult to tell how well a LEGO set sells for the company. Just because the aftermarket cost is high doesn’t necessarily mean that there are a LOT of people still demanding a set for the MSRP.
This is a BRAND NEW, HARD TO FIND AND DISCONTINUED set of LEGO TECHNIC 8041 Race Truck from 2010. This set is still factory sealed and the box is in very good condition with minor shelf wear. €?š608 €?š€?špieces and 0 minifigures
Once you have an account, then you have to find the section in those websites where you can upload your wanted pieces list. In BrickStock you’ll first need to create a compatible XML file by selecting all pieces and going to File > Export > BrickLink XML.
All of those complaints are minor, however, and only downgrade the set from “perfect” to “still really great”. I would still highly recommend this set for any camping, outdoors, or large vehicle fans of LEGO.
Not to hijack the thread or anything, but Im wondering what everyone’s opinion is on putting these sets together piece by piece on bricklink. I’ve found that usually some of the more rare sets can be put together this way (if you dont care about the minifigs) at a reasonable cost. What do you think are the pros and cons of doing it this way?
I agree that there is a pleasantry with simpler models, and affordability is just one factor contributing to it, but I also assert that the greater detail afforded by the larger scale has allowed much more variety, and with it the longevity and continued success of LEGO models.
Not half bad this was a present for my nephew to open on Christmas Eve (tradition in my family to open a small gift on Christmas Eve). My nephew seemed to like it and had it put together in about an hour, he’s 10. I also bought one for his brother who is 9 and he had a bit of a harder time putting it together.
My son loves it. He really gets imaginative with it and its mid February now and he is still playing with his christmas present!!!!. Wear your slippers as stepping on lego pieces in your socks is no fun.
The style of Lego Technic sets has been changing over time. Technic sets produced since the year 2000 use a different construction method, described as “studless construction”. (Studs are the small circular knobs which appear on traditional Lego bricks.) This method utilises beams and pins rather than Technic bricks.
The first generation of LEGO Pneumatics ran from 1984 through 1988. This generation is characterised by single port pneumatic cylinders and the more complex plumbing including a three port distribution block with a pressure and vacuum outlet port. These pressure and vacuum lines ran to a switch to provide pressure for extension or vacuum for retraction of the pneumatic cylinders. These are often falsely compared to single acting hydraulic cylinders that require gravity to retract. The difference is that these units retract on the application of vacuum.[citation needed]
However, I do have one other complaint about all the new sets…. too much gimmickry. All the old sets were just build up… now we have the SNOT techniquie in a dozen different variations, and a lot of building gimmicks that makes building without instructions totally impossible. You have to be spoon fed every step of the way in building these elaborate and large structures. And unfortunately… the end results have an unfortunately resemblance to the buildings you would see on the Disneyworld Main Street, rather than the small town Main Street…
7642 Garage 2009 4 minifigures 953 elements Includes garage area with working hoists, a customer service area and enclosed area to park vehicles. Vehicles include a large tow truck, a semitrailer truck cab and a car.
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I’m a recent convert to the cult of Lego collecting. I grew up with the toys, but was brought back into the fold as an adult. And being a huge comic book fan growing up, this DC line has been something that I’ve really looked forward to.
If the weather is nice venture up to the roof terrace and take in the sights of the other LEGO buildings in the modular city (this set connects with other LEGO modular building sets from the same seri…
Gears have been included within Lego Technic sets since 1977 as a way of transferring rotary power, and of gearing-up or down the speed. Gears come in several sizes: 8 tooth, 16 tooth, 24 tooth and 40 tooth spur gears; 12 tooth, 20 tooth and 36 tooth double bevel gears; and 12 tooth and 20 tooth single bevel gears. The double bevel gears are cut so they can also be meshed as spur gears. There is also a 16 tooth clutch gear, and a 24 tooth friction gear that slips when a certain amount of torque is put on it to prevent motors from damaging any parts or burning themselves out.
My solution to ensure some creative Harry Potter-themed Lego fun without breaking the bank has used all of the above sources. First, I showed my daughter the downloadable plans for all the Harry Potter Lego sets which gives her great ideas, and helps her build approximations of them with our old Legos (we have tons, including a lot from my own childhood — one of Lego’s many virtues is that it’s practically indestructible!). Then, I ordered some special parts and figures from Bricklink (spiral staircases, Gryffindor banners, the Fat-Lady’s portrait hole, chocolate frogs, etc.), scored one small lot of mixed Harry Potter Lego pieces at a reasonable price on eBay, and found the rest of the pieces we needed on the lego.com site (where we got a free gift). I then left it up to my kids’ imaginations to build their own Hogwarts. The colors might be a mixed bag, but all their friends ooh and aah when they come over, and I haven’t heard one word of complaint.
1997 Divers (2), Submersible Driver, Helicopter Pilot, Skeleton, Monkey, Parrot, Dolphin, Great White Shark, Sawfish, Stingray, Octopus Research Lab with Helipad and Crane, White Submersible with four arms, Raft, Yellow Helicopter and Shark Cave 316 elements
There have been scheduling challenges faced in the design of the Modular Houses sets. For the Green Grocer set, the designer believed that the set could have benefited from another design iteration before release. The detailed nature of these sets requires a greater amount of design time than a normal Lego set. It is expected that future sets in the series will not suffer from such schedule pressures.[10]
I was so upset that I missed the last LEGO Batman line, especially the old Batcave. This is a somewhat scaled down version of that, but still really cool and more detailed than it might look at first glance.
I bought this for my grandson, and my Son says he loved it, that they put it together in one day and he just thought it was the neatest thing. So this is great for any 6-7 year old as a gift. But best to have an adult to help with some of the harder parts. I have 4 Grandsons and all of them are in love with Legos so anything new they will just love.
Then one day one of my friends recommended a “natural remedy” doctor. ‘Oh great!’ I thought. A witch doctor who’s going to put some fake voodoo hex on my feet and tell me it hurts. No thanks. I’d rather go to a regular doctor who will hurt me the old fashioned way. But I decided to give it a try.
The #10232 LEGO Creator Palace Cinema, the 8th in the LEGO Modular Buildings line, has been around since 2013, and it looks like LEGO felt it was time for it to retire. If you haven’t gotten the set yet, but would like to add it to your collection, I highly recommend you get it right away, as it will be retiring soon. Below is the message LEGO recently shared on their Facebook page, as well as a bit more info about the set. 🙂
One way to find value for money on eBay is to buy loose lots of bulk Lego. Zoom in on the photos on eBay to see if there are any pieces/sets/figures you can recognize, and be prepared to bid $10 a pound (or more) for the lot. (Non-Harry Potter Lego tends to go for around $5 a pound.) Sometimes, you might notice most of a set or several great figures amid a sea of random Legos. The question is, whether your child would want the bulk parts to build things from their imagination or only be interested in the exact sets with instructions. If you were so inclined, you could buy the large lots, remove the parts/mini-figure you really wanted and resell the rest on eBay. That’s rather time-consuming. (Although to be fair, searching eBay and the internet at large for discontinued Harry Potter Lego sets is a time-consuming process, if you want to find value for money.)
The internet delighted when the Lego Creator line debuted the classic Volkswagen T1 Camper van a few years ago, and it’s still one of the most fun and most unique Lego sets we’ve seen on the market. Though the first series has been unfortunately been discontinued by Lego—as is the standard for most unique Creator products—you can still find these classic ’70s busses for the low price of $149 if you look in the right places online, a great price for this 1,300 piece set. The second-series set, meanwhile, is an even cheaper $119, though it comes in a slightly-reworked box design. We’ve linked to the cheaper second-generation model, but the first is also available on Amazon. The interior of this bus is what makes it so special—with a fully-detailed interior, complete with table, seats, steering wheel, and even a gear shift knob. Both the back and the side doors can open, so you can see the interior in all its glory. Overall, just like with some of the Star Wars sets on this list, this Volkswagen camper van just makes us nostalgic and reminiscent for a bygone period of time. Groovy.
Lego pneumatic tubing almost always comes with sets in an uncut form, and are required to be cut into smaller pieces using scissors. On the 8049 technic tractor and log loader, the 8110 Unimog U400, the 42053 Volvo EW160E Digger and the 42043 Mercedes Benz Arocs 3245, the tubes are already cut to size.
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