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View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - Macaronis (668)
[...] [...] Thank you for Responding. I could go on more but I guess I see things differently. Nothing has a "Sky is Falling" scenario but, just found it odd that there [...]
(17 days ago, Jul 5, 2019, to Administrative)
View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - Admin_Russell
[...] Part variants, for one. Extras, for two. Conflicts between the parts list and the instructions, for three. [...] But to me as the one ultimately responsible for the [...]
(17 days ago, Jul 5, 2019, to Administrative)
View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - Macaronis (668)
[...] Say What? Maybe I am missing something but, how is Importing(or manually adding) a Known Set inventory List(via Administration) going to differ from Johnny [...]
(17 days ago, Jul 5, 2019, to Administrative)
View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - WhiteVanMan (8377)
[...] I found out about the Forma sets, literally at the last minute , and I was lucky enough to be able to buy the basic Koi carp one, and I'm really proud of it as I [...]
(17 days ago, Jul 5, 2019, to Administrative)
View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - SylvainLS (31)
[...] Yes. It makes no sense. They don’t make sense. I’m not making any sense! You must acquit!
(18 days ago, Jul 5, 2019, to Administrative)
View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - Teup (4014)
[...] But does that mean that everything that IS in the catalog, is with explicit permission of LEGO? Aren't you just allowed to buy a product and post online what it contains?
(18 days ago, Jul 5, 2019, to Administrative)
View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - McflyProducts (1737)
[...] Good point, but difficult to determine exactly i guess. I mean, these sets are made with help from LEGO, only not packed by LEGO, i would not mind to see them listed [...]
(18 days ago, Jul 5, 2019, to Administrative)
View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - yorbrick (668)
[...] But Brickarms parts are listed as Brickarms brand, so there should be no confusion. Whereas Bricklink sets are listed as LEGO branded sets. So Bricklink is treating them [...]
(18 days ago, Jul 5, 2019, to Administrative)
View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - SylvainLS (31)
[...] The ADP is a collaboration with LEGO and LEGO is very protective of their trademarks, so it’s not surprising that LEGO would have put limits on how the ADP sets should [...]
(18 days ago, Jul 5, 2019, to Administrative)
View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - Teup (4014)
[...] Wait, what? LEGO has influence on Bricklink? :? I always thought we just bought LEGO sets and then uploaded their inventories on Bricklink. Where does LEGO come in and [...]
(18 days ago, Jul 5, 2019, to Administrative)
View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - yorbrick (668)
[...] Part of the reason for asking is due to Certified Professional Sets. The are sort of unofficial official sets with permissions from LEGO, much like these Bricklink sets. [...]
(18 days ago, Jul 5, 2019, to Administrative)
View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - Admin_Russell
[...] We could transfer the data from the factory packing list into the form and upload it, but we're not going to do that for several reasons, the main one being that [...]
(18 days ago, Jul 4, 2019, to Administrative)
View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - SylvainLS (31)
[...] But 20001-sqq. and 21001-sqq. have been officialy used. So, if the ADP continues/is launched again next year (or the next), will BL use 19101-sqq. or 19014-sqq.?
(18 days ago, Jul 4, 2019, to Administrative)
View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - Adjour (402)
[...] ( :( for true Lego fans. [...] Not sure how much investing experience you have, but the returns on LEGO are far higher than anything you've mentioned. My [...]
(18 days ago, Jul 4, 2019, to Administrative)
View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - randyf (362)
[...] I am not sure, but the set numbers (19001-19013) have not been officially used by LEGO and follow the current set numbering scheme for LEGO. I think that is kind [...]
(18 days ago, Jul 4, 2019, to Administrative)
View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - yorbrick (668)
[...] So if LEGO are making such decisions are these genuine LEGO sets? I ask as ... (URL)
(18 days ago, Jul 4, 2019, to Administrative)
View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - Macaronis (668)
[...] This makes absolutely NO sense to me. I mean someone would have TECHNICALLY already have had to do the Bloody Inventory for the sets to box them before they shipped. [...]
(18 days ago, Jul 4, 2019, to Administrative)
View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - Admin_Russell
[...] [...] Only one ADP inventory has been completed so far. Eventually it will show up in 13 sets.
(18 days ago, Jul 4, 2019, to Administrative)
View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - yorbrick (668)
[...] Investment doesn't work unless someone wants to buy the sets from resellers. And things don't need to be exclusives to be good investments. Regular retail sets [...]
(19 days ago, Jul 4, 2019, to Administrative)
View Thread Re: AFOL Designer Program Catalog Entries - JusTiCe8 (40)
Really ? If people want to invest their money, they can do it already with many Lego "exclusive" sets and crap like that. There are plenty of existing investments. Lego seen [...]
(19 days ago, Jul 4, 2019, to Administrative)

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