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Hi guys! Over a few years I have bought a large amount of lego sets and most of them came with brick separators. I'm pretty sure you only need one although having several lying around can be helpful whilst building. But what other use are for brick separators are there? (Except for separating bricks of course) Do you just leave them in a box after building a new set to gather dust or do something else with them? I'm interested in seeing what you all do with them.
I miss my beloved Cockatoo named "Ah Po" and he accompanied me and my brother to grow. He was one of my family member. But he has passed away long time ago. We miss him very much. Now, I take the challenge of kayu builder and have idea to build as LEGO Cockatoo with using "Separator". Builder : Alanboar Cheung Size : 16cm (L) x 12cm(W) x 43cm(H) Pieces : 1200 pcs Separator : 4 pcs We miss you ! "Ah Po" Flickr : http://www.flickr.com/photos/alanboar Creator : Alanboar http://lego.alanstudio.hk http://facebook.com/alanboar.creation
I did this MOC 2 or 3 days ago... It was midnight and I was supposed to do an entirely different MOC out of bricks separator but somehow I ended up with this after a few minutes. Then the rest of the idea was just a breeze. I don't want to spoil everything for you. There is a story behind it why I name this MOC "P.I.C.I.T."... also, there are 2 more images in my Flickr album so go ahead and check it out. Gonna catch 'em all Pinching Action!
Murdoch17 posted a topic in LEGO Sci-FiThis space station orbits the ice world of Beta Polaris, pointed at the direction of the trans-dimensional rip in space-time that leads to Lego Universe. The station is really an advanced weapons platform, capable of vaporizing any enemy fighters or heavily damaging Maelstrom star-cruisers. The station features a large ionic plasma cannon at it's nose, with re-purposed solar panels (they are now giant chaos-energy sensors) taking up space just behind it. The next section is the crew quarters. This section rotates to provide gravity, but the battle computers and command bridge are further towards the nose and do not rotate, thus they are in zero gravity. The space behind the crew quarters is the engineering department, which also lacks gravity. This section contains the nuclear fusion reactor power plant, which provides power to the station, while also powering the ionic plasma weapon at the other end of the station. The name of the platform is Space Station Odyssey II, after the near-identical first station was destroyed in a freak accident involving the ionic plasma weapon. NOTES: This build was heavily inspired by Doctor_Spock_888's brick separator hyper-drive model, seen here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/dr_spock_888/20558633496/in/dateposted/ Also, two of this print should go on the slopes on the crew section: http://alpha.bricklink.com/pages/clone/catalogitem.page?P=15068pb004#T=C&C=4 The ldd file is here, if anyone wants it: http://www.mocpages.com/user_images/80135/1439821376m.lxf Any thoughts, complaints, questions and / or comments are welcome!