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 Author: janzenroth View Messages Posted By janzenroth
 Posted: Jun 23, 2021 21:55
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janzenroth (2459)

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I thought I would refresh this thread to see if there are any more opinions out
there.

I am in the process of building a new house and will have a Lego room in the
basement with no windows. I am wondering what would be the best lights to install
in the ceiling. Currently we have LED pot lights in our current house and I
find that they often give off a bright glare on pieces if I am trying to read
the part number. I find that going into a room with florescent bulbs the part
numbers are much easier to read. I often use the zoom feature on my phone's
camera to help even further.

With this in mind I was thinking of installing florescents in my Lego room in
the basement but was wondering if there are any opinions on this - is it a good
idea or is there a better idea?

Evan

In General, VOTB writes:
  Part of my day job is teaching people about energy-efficient light bulbs and
finding the best light for specific health conditions.

Everyone has different sensitivities to light. Some are sensitive to "warm"
light and others to "cool." In general, the "daylight" is the least sensitive
to individuals. Generally, only those with cataract issues will be sensitive.


For a room that you are doing tasks, I would recommend 3 things.

1. LED bulbs that produce "Daylight" colored light. These will have 5000K to
6500K (Kelvin).
2. Get the highest lumen (brightness) you can then install a dimmer. I do this
for our kitchen and LEGO room. Most of the time the lights are dimmed to about
half because there is no need for full brightness. Then when you need to do
a specific task you can turn on the "high beams." Even then I rarely have them
turned up all the way.
3. For tasks that require color accuracy buy bulbs that have the highest CRI
(Color Rendering Index), you can find. The scale only goes up to 95. Your eye
will interpret colors much more accurately and it will be much easier to compare
one color to the next. This can be harder to find on the packaging. You can
assume if the manufacturer is not bragging about it on the packaging it is not
an exceptionally high number.

Always read the data on the box. Manufacturers will try to trick you with terms
and phrases. Here in the US bulbs are required to have a label that is very
similar to our nutrition labels that will list most of the information above
and make it easy to compare bulbs. Here in the US, most retailers will let you
return bulbs. Try them out for a few days then return them if they are not bright
enough or they strain your eyes. Everyone's eyes are different.
 Author: popsicle View Messages Posted By popsicle
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popsicle (6025)

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In General, kuschelig writes:
  In General, popsicle writes:
  … username, store name, or even ID card pic?

Is there personal significance to any of them, or just random thinking at the
time you were asked to input them?

No matter how trivial you think it might be yourself, others often find such
things enjoyable to learn about. Even if seemingly an inconsequential type of
post, they are often fun and sometimes a much need distraction for both the author
and readers.

Some of the best reads for me here over the years, have been the more personal
anecdotes of all types.

I’d like to read yours if you're bold enough to share

-popsicle

Our store has a shorter and longer name due to the BL constraints

City of Lost Bricks
Atlantis - City of Lost Bricks

The Atlantis part derives from both my life-long interest in the ancient/mythical
city and as a call-out to my former record store, Atlantis Records of
which I operate a smaller mail-order version through a Discogs page for the past
10+ years.

The City of Lost Bricks is a call out to one of my favorite movies, City of Lost
Children and the idea that we strive to have that missing/lost brick our potential
customers are looking for.

Interesting and fun. Thanks!

What of your username, “cuddly” is it?

And your ID card pic backstory?
 Author: kuschelig View Messages Posted By kuschelig
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kuschelig (2487)

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In General, popsicle writes:
  … username, store name, or even ID card pic?

Is there personal significance to any of them, or just random thinking at the
time you were asked to input them?

No matter how trivial you think it might be yourself, others often find such
things enjoyable to learn about. Even if seemingly an inconsequential type of
post, they are often fun and sometimes a much need distraction for both the author
and readers.

Some of the best reads for me here over the years, have been the more personal
anecdotes of all types.

I’d like to read yours if you're bold enough to share

-popsicle

Our store has a shorter and longer name due to the BL constraints

City of Lost Bricks
Atlantis - City of Lost Bricks

The Atlantis part derives from both my life-long interest in the ancient/mythical
city and as a call-out to my former record store, Atlantis Records of
which I operate a smaller mail-order version through a Discogs page for the past
10+ years.

The City of Lost Bricks is a call out to one of my favorite movies, City of Lost
Children and the idea that we strive to have that missing/lost brick our potential
customers are looking for.
 Author: popsicle View Messages Posted By popsicle
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popsicle (6025)

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In General, StephenB76 writes:
  In General, popsicle writes:
  In General, StephenB76 writes:
  In General, popsicle writes:
  In General, StephenB76 writes:
  In General, popsicle writes:
  … username, store name, or even ID card pic?

Is there personal significance to any of them, or just random thinking at the
time you were asked to input them?

No matter how trivial you think it might be yourself, others often find such
things enjoyable to learn about. Even if seemingly an inconsequential type of
post, they are often fun and sometimes a much need distraction for both the author
and readers.

Some of the best reads for me here over the years, have been the more personal
anecdotes of all types.

I’d like to read yours if you're bold enough to share

-popsicle

Mine is fairly simple and for consistency the same I use on all non official
Lego sites, rebrickable, brickset etc. and is just my first name, surname initial
and year of birth.

Simple, yet intriguing to the uninformed. Not to mention easy to remember for
you the user

  
My ID pic which I have only recently got sorted is based on the different aspects
of me that had minifigures available.

Great idea! Now I want to see a larger/better version of the pic, so the various
figs (aspects of you) are more distinguishable

Here you go

Very nice. Now that you're feeding my curiosity (it's a beast!)

In what order, or all simultaneously? Aspect of you currently or in the past?

Probably to some degree all simultaneously, although the mad scientist and artist
are probably switching intensity at the moment as I used to work in the pharmaceutical
industry in Quality Control and I can do the evil villain laugh so well that
at one place my colleagues wrote on the back of my lab coat "Dr. Evil"

Really enjoy these more personal topics here, wish there were more. Thank you
for sharing

  however now I am engaging my creative side with writing and doing MoC's which I have put on rebrickable and one that is on Lego Ideas https://ideas.lego.com/projects/44b85592-0669-4ebc-9f93-63f3781ab6ba

I've seen that. Thought it a unique and bold Lego Product Idea. That's
yours? I like it!
 Author: StephenB76 View Messages Posted By StephenB76
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In General, popsicle writes:
  In General, StephenB76 writes:
  In General, popsicle writes:
  In General, StephenB76 writes:
  In General, popsicle writes:
  … username, store name, or even ID card pic?

Is there personal significance to any of them, or just random thinking at the
time you were asked to input them?

No matter how trivial you think it might be yourself, others often find such
things enjoyable to learn about. Even if seemingly an inconsequential type of
post, they are often fun and sometimes a much need distraction for both the author
and readers.

Some of the best reads for me here over the years, have been the more personal
anecdotes of all types.

I’d like to read yours if you're bold enough to share

-popsicle

Mine is fairly simple and for consistency the same I use on all non official
Lego sites, rebrickable, brickset etc. and is just my first name, surname initial
and year of birth.

Simple, yet intriguing to the uninformed. Not to mention easy to remember for
you the user

  
My ID pic which I have only recently got sorted is based on the different aspects
of me that had minifigures available.

Great idea! Now I want to see a larger/better version of the pic, so the various
figs (aspects of you) are more distinguishable

Here you go

Very nice. Now that you're feeding my curiosity (it's a beast!)

In what order, or all simultaneously? Aspect of you currently or in the past?

Probably to some degree all simultaneously, although the mad scientist and artist
are probably switching intensity at the moment as I used to work in the pharmaceutical
industry in Quality Control and I can do the evil villain laugh so well that
at one place my colleagues wrote on the back of my lab coat "Dr. Evil" however
now I am engaging my creative side with writing and doing MoC's which I have
put on rebrickable and one that is on Lego Ideas https://ideas.lego.com/projects/44b85592-0669-4ebc-9f93-63f3781ab6ba
 Author: zorbanj View Messages Posted By zorbanj
 Posted: Jun 22, 2021 15:53
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You won't last long on eBay doing that.


In General, legomaster100 writes:
  Hello,
Is it allowed for me to buy an item on BL and have it shipped to my eBay customer?
 Author: rab1234 View Messages Posted By rab1234
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rab1234 (480)

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That sounds like a question for the eBay terms of service...

On Bricklink, you are not allowed to sell items that you don't have, and
there's a good chance that's prohibited on eBay as well.


-Blockbusting Bricks


In General, legomaster100 writes:
  Hello,
Is it allowed for me to buy an item on BL and have it shipped to my eBay customer?
 Author: edk View Messages Posted By edk
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In General, legomaster100 writes:
  Hello,
Is it allowed for me to buy an item on BL and have it shipped to my eBay customer?

Why not just do as most of us do and invest the money before selling the product.
NOT a fan of this practice as you may well get from my response.
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In General, starbeanie writes:
  That's a pretty risky gamble. What if they price here goes up? Or the seller
is out of stock? Or doesn't allow dropshipping?

In General, legomaster100 writes:
  In General, cranium writes:
  Can you not just amend your stock accordingly - or place in stockroom & remove
the item once it's been sold elsewhere?

I was talking about sourcing the items from BL

Or worse ... the BL seller makes darn sure the final buyer knows what was paid
for it on BL. That (if it happened on AMZN) would cause the site operators to
claw back & refund some of the price the buyer paid.

Nita Rae
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starbeanie (8681)

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That's a pretty risky gamble. What if they price here goes up? Or the seller
is out of stock? Or doesn't allow dropshipping?

In General, legomaster100 writes:
  In General, cranium writes:
  Can you not just amend your stock accordingly - or place in stockroom & remove
the item once it's been sold elsewhere?

I was talking about sourcing the items from BL
 Author: legomaster100 View Messages Posted By legomaster100
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In General, cranium writes:
  Can you not just amend your stock accordingly - or place in stockroom & remove
the item once it's been sold elsewhere?

I was talking about sourcing the items from BL
 Author: maxx3001 View Messages Posted By maxx3001
 Posted: Jun 22, 2021 12:55
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In General, Bad_Girl writes:
  https://www.bricklink.com/feedback.asp?u=Infeoz

Only in German language - google translate may help..

https://kurier.at/chronik/oesterreich/prozess-in-klagenfurt-betrug-bei-verkauf-von-lego-steinen/401421045

On Tuesday, a 23-year-old from Klagenfurt was sentenced to three years imprisonment,
one of which is unconditional, for serious commercial fraud at the Klagenfurt
Regional Court. The defendant was accused of having deceived customers who had
ordered Lego parts from his company. In the process there was talk of 250 victims
and 500,000 euros in damage. The judgment is not final.

In addition to serious commercial fraud, the Graz public prosecutor also accused
the man of falsifying documents and favoring creditors. As of 2019, the 23-year-old
is said to have deceived more than 250 customers from home and abroad with his
Lego shop. Orders entered should have been sent incorrectly or not at all. In
several cases, sand was sent instead of Lego. Some of the goods were not in stock
or ready for dispatch as promised. According to the public prosecutor, not only
the customers, but also two payment providers were harmed by the remittances
carried out.

Amount of damage

Despite a prevailing financial distress of the company in 2019, the defendant
is said to have continued to invest the down payments from customers. Money is
said to have flowed into furnishings and private objects, among other things.
Transfers from company accounts to the defendant's private account have also
been proven. There is still no trace of 100,000 of the over 520,000 euros in
damages. During the ongoing investigation, the defendant founded another company
under a false name. "My reputation was already damaged at this point," said the
Klagenfurt resident.
The defendant confessed to the allegations, but denied intent and asserted that
he had also bought goods for customers with the down payments and loans. With
most of the money he wanted to save his company. Only a year later, after he
was already aware of the poor financial situation, did he file for bankruptcy.

"I was dogged. I wanted to get it done," said the defendant. "He failed to pull
the emergency brake," argued the defense attorney. A lack of commercial training
was another reason for the defense attorney's actions by his client .

The lay judge, chaired by Judge Ute Lambauer, finally sentenced the defendant
to partial imprisonment. Because the defendant had been in pre-trial detention
for eight months, the remaining four months were considered conditional detention.
In addition to the sum of money and the number of victims, the Lego sale was
an aggravating factor during the ongoing investigation. "That doesn't show
any remorse and doesn't make a good picture," said Judge Lambauer. The public
prosecutor's office made no statement, so the verdict was not final. The
request for immediate release from custody was granted.
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https://www.bricklink.com/feedback.asp?u=Infeoz

Only in German language - google translate may help..

https://kurier.at/chronik/oesterreich/prozess-in-klagenfurt-betrug-bei-verkauf-von-lego-steinen/401421045
 Author: wildchicken13 View Messages Posted By wildchicken13
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In General, wildchicken13 writes:
  In General, Gray0Cat writes:
  I wanted to ask you, why isn't every LEGO piece in the designer program.
I love NINJAGO, but not everything is there, like the old and new dragon heads
(with or without prints), and ninja masks and armour. I have parts designer but
I'm not a 3d modeller yet, so I kindly ask you if you could make an update
the will include more parts from NINJAGO pls. Sincerely GrayCat

If I understand correctly, Studio uses the LDraw library, which is run by volunteers.
So, it's no wonder that they are a bit slow to release new parts. However,
you could always search for the parts that you are looking for in the unofficial
LDraw library:

https://www.ldraw.org/library/tracker/

I think it is possible to import them in Studio somehow. Never tried it before.

I feel your pain though. Still no Power Functions train motors after all these
years. I would like to learn how to create new parts myself some day.

I forgot to mention: There is a separate forum for Studio. Go to

https://forum.bricklink.com/

or hover over the red Studio icon at the top of the page and click "Studio Forum".
Make sure to search the forum before posting.
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Can you not just amend your stock accordingly - or place in stockroom & remove
the item once it's been sold elsewhere?
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In General, legomaster100 writes:
  Hello,
Is it allowed for me to buy an item on BL and have it shipped to my eBay customer?

Yes. Just be aware that some sellers don't like it.
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Hello,
Is it allowed for me to buy an item on BL and have it shipped to my eBay customer?
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In General, Gray0Cat writes:
  I wanted to ask you, why isn't every LEGO piece in the designer program.
I love NINJAGO, but not everything is there, like the old and new dragon heads
(with or without prints), and ninja masks and armour. I have parts designer but
I'm not a 3d modeller yet, so I kindly ask you if you could make an update
the will include more parts from NINJAGO pls. Sincerely GrayCat

If I understand correctly, Studio uses the LDraw library, which is run by volunteers.
So, it's no wonder that they are a bit slow to release new parts. However,
you could always search for the parts that you are looking for in the unofficial
LDraw library:

https://www.ldraw.org/library/tracker/

I think it is possible to import them in Studio somehow. Never tried it before.

I feel your pain though. Still no Power Functions train motors after all these
years. I would like to learn how to create new parts myself some day.
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In General, SylvainLS writes:
  In General, popsicle writes:
  […]
But no, I'm in the middle of listing some high-value items (elsewhere) in
referencing product...

Ah, so “someone” has put an age limit to the use of the fuzzy “vintage.”
Maybe 20 years is more related to the length of “generation” then.

Don't know.

  
Actually, here (France, maybe EU, worldwide?), “antiquités” (antiques) must legally
be at least 100 year old, so it shouldn’t be surprising.

Eh, maybe we could replace “Classic” and “Old” with “Vintage” if that definition
is widespread and recognized:
— Vintage Castle
— Vintage Town
— Vintage Space

Some good thoughts. "Classic" and "Vintage" are terms I've used in our store
here on BL for some time. "Old" can carry a negative connotation, to me. But
all three are as subjective as adjectives can be, imho.

  Though it sounds a bit alcoholic to me
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In General, popsicle writes:
  […]
But no, I'm in the middle of listing some high-value items (elsewhere) in
referencing product...

Ah, so “someone” has put an age limit to the use of the fuzzy “vintage.”
Maybe 20 years is more related to the length of “generation” then.

Actually, here (France, maybe EU, worldwide?), “antiquités” (antiques) must legally
be at least 100 year old, so it shouldn’t be surprising.

Eh, maybe we could replace “Classic” and “Old” with “Vintage” if that definition
is widespread and recognized:
— Vintage Castle
— Vintage Town
— Vintage Space
Though it sounds a bit alcoholic to me

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