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  1. supertruper1988

    12V electrical connectors - replacing lost screws.

    What I do is take the part I need a screw for and head on over to the local hardware store and check the various sizes they have. Usually a range of screw types in many sizes can be bought from the bolt bins for pennies. if they dont have exactly what you are after then at least you will know the size and thread pitch.
  2. Based on the text of the above posts, from @BrokenEye I believe him to be be saying that he gathered the color codes directly from the program which are not affected by any such color adjustments on the monitor output side.
  3. Thanks @BrokenEye! I will make good use of this! @Mylenium this isnt about printing or any other issue you have raised. It seems the goal is to simply match the colors that will turn out nicely with other LDD decorations.
  4. supertruper1988

    Need help to create egg shape

    8 years old? sure thing pal
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    Bad LDD file, unable to parse

    And 6 years old so maybe a good reason for that
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    MOD: 8404 & 4558 Metroliner Monorail

    9 years later im sure its still viable :thumbsdown:
  7. supertruper1988

    RES-Q sets reimagined

    Oh wow I like these a lot! RES-Q was a big part of my childhood LEGO collection. I was missing the HQ and the mail order only hovercraft. Can't wait to see more of these!
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    Has anyone bought 9v track from okbrickworks?

    I have a bunch of the metal track from OKBrickworks. I really like it and if you need (rather really really want) 9V then its essentially the only way to get it (metal rails) I know that the files for the 4DBrix are different from the metal rails but both are high quality prints.
  9. As far as I can tell the "percentage" in the instructions page is based on the page size and DPI. You may be able to "fake" out the program by creating very large "pages" that have a set percentage but are multiples of each other in size. Like A2, A3, A4 for example.
  10. supertruper1988

    What To Do With R40 Curves

    Train station roof?
  11. This is great! I know I will need some of these soonish!
  12. supertruper1988

    Train Wheel Manufacturers/Vendors

    I think you mean Brick Train Depot. BrickTracks doesn’t sell any wheels besides the replacements for the 57878 wheels. Brick Train depot has a huge selection of wheels from shupp with some additions. Also better prices than shapeways. The black are printed. On an SLA printer so they are very smooth.
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    largest drivers on Lego track

    When you say "LEGO" track do you mean only pieces produced by LEGO or are you including larger cureves produced by third parties that are compatible with LEGO?
  14. @AbleChristopher This is truly a great build! I am going to be gawking over the pictures for a long time to come! I see you got banned (again) for this tirade. Be sure to come back with a new account like or @ProvenceTristram or Shrike Arghast and lay your ode de pretentious on us in a few days. Remember that the difference between digital and real bricks is gravity and physics. Im sorry you dont understand that and you feel that insulting an entire race of people to make your point about a kids toy was needed. Not sorry to see you go
  15. I have to level with you. His is better than yours first and foremost because it is actually built. Your design looks good but the fact he used a couple of the same parts you did while also clearly using a lot of his own ideas is how it works in LEGO. there are only a few ways to create some shapes so the execution is to be expected to be the same. Add in the fact it navigates LEGO track with all that beautiful cowling makes it very impressive. I have seen you on here for years being a general snob about all things trains but to what end? You dont even like building LEGO because it "hurts your hands", nor have you ever once showed that any of your designs are actually buildable, let alone look as good in the brick. Why are you here? What is your goal? Is it to just troll all of us? You act all mighty train builder but where is your proof? In your mercury thread you ask basic questions about powering models and gearing. Happy to see you got the help you needed, but at the same time, that same lack of basic knowledge doesnt reinforce that you are the god of LEGO trains.