Mind you, it’s quite another matter to be able to make such bricks to the quality that Lego (used to) make them. By all accounts BrickForge do a much better job than the cheap Chinese rip-offs.
*Technically, recent Lego designs are also protected, but not by patent. I’ve no problem with the ‘generic’ bricks existing, but cloning of recent Lego brick designs is just IP theft. It’s easier and cheaper to register a design than get a patent, but it’s a much weaker legal instrument too.
BTW I wonder whether you should change the “Lego” on those studs to “bbqqq” – after all, they are your designs. And if those images are linked elsewhere they might appear to be Lego sourced – Lego don’t like people using their logo without permission.
Thanks for nice comment and suggestion. I changed the logo on the stud. Will re-render them later.
Thanks, I agree with you. These part can build many new toys and reuseable. Besides, all moulds are easy to develop. No require split moulding like headlight or technic bricks.
Edited by bbqqq, 10 November 2011 - 12:38 PM.