dr_spock

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  1. dr_spock

    Christmas Night, an Emerald Night MOD

    You could string some lights, garlands, HO HO HO stickers, candy canes, gold lettering/numbers/trim, reindeers, etc.
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    WhiteFang's LEGO Studio

    Cool. One way to keep out dust might be to create positive air pressure in the displays. You pump in air that has been fine particle filtered. The human body sheds a lot of dead skin cells which end up as dust. Keeping people out of the room can help too. :classic:
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    What did you buy today?

    I went in on a group buy of a full CMF box. It's the first time I bought that many at a time.
  4. dr_spock

    Christmas Night, an Emerald Night MOD

    Nicely done. A bit more decorations and you're ready for Christmas in July. :wink:
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    Hello from the Netherlands

    Welcome to Eurobricks.
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    Hello from the US

    Welcome aboard, Louis. :classic:
  7. Interesting info. I had loads of trouble communicating with LEGO Boost motor hub at a LEGO Discovery Centre event with two different brands of phones running the Boost app. It didn't seem to be losing connection but commands weren't reponsive. It worked great in my basement though. It doesn't appear to be FCC certified and not safe to eat. Brand Name: YuwanToys Material: Plastic Plastic Type: ABS Plastic Block Shape: Self-Locking Bricks Age Range: > 6 years old Warning: no eat Model Number: 8885 Gender: Unisex Certification: 3C 3C: Certificate Certificate Number: 2017012203937051 Barcode: No
  8. dr_spock

    What did you buy today?

    16 Series 18 CMFs. Time to party.
  9. dr_spock

    42082 - Rough Terrain Crane

    Orange was used in the Volvo excavator for safety grabs. Does that mean our crane operator can grab the fan? I suppose using the same color pieces across multiple themes and sets can help with reducing costs in production and inventory. What other 2018 sets can the orange fan piece be found in?
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    Hi Guys

    Welcome aboard, carnegeddon.
  11. One of my LUG member's motto is "go big or go home". I don't think LEGO releasing larger and larger sets is a problem for me. If the set doesn't fit my requirements, then I don't buy it. Nothing personal, just business.
  12. dr_spock

    SNCF Class X73500

    Very nice. That is an interesting way connect all those 1x1 bricks.
  13. dr_spock

    An Interesting Find

    Nice find, I bought that camper and boat, 8 and 7 years ago.
  14. dr_spock

    Bloktopus reporting in! Hello everybody!

    Welcome to Eurobricks, Pepijn.
  15. dr_spock

    Custom Train Wheels Combined Topic

    Would it be possible to mold the wheels in two colours? Silver or light gray for the parts that touch the rails and the rest in another colour?