What are the flat smooth Lego pieces called?
Tile. A tile is a LEGO® brick that doesn’t have studs on its surface. It’s used as a finishing piece to improve the look of models by smoothing out the tops of buildings or floors inside structures.
What are the little bumps on Legos called?
Studs are small, cylindrical bumps that are on top of most LEGO bricks that hold together the brick above it. All studs of LEGO Bricks have the word “LEGO” printed on them. Not all LEGO bricks have studs, there are some which have smooth sides and are stud-less (yet these pieces will still bear the word LEGO).
How do you remove smooth Lego pieces?
- Press the stud side of the brick separator down on top of the piece you want to remove. You should feel it click into place.
- While holding down your creation, press down on the handle of the brick separator.
- As you press down, the angle of the brick separator should make the plate come off easily.
What is a LEGO tile?
A very common Lego piece which has no studs. It is used to improve how your models look by smoothing the tops of structures or tiling floors.
What is LEGO NPU?
Just in case you missed that, NPU is a LEGO acronym for ‘Nice Part Use’. Check out these examples: swords as windshield wipers and croissants as building ornaments.
What is Knolling LEGO?
Knolling is the process of arranging related objects in parallel or 90-degree angles as a method of organization, let’s see some LEGO set knolling!
What is the orange thing that comes with Lego sets?
the Lego Brick Separator
It’s the Lego Brick Separator. As far as I can understand the Separator goes back in lineage to 1987, which is about the time I stopped playing with Lego. The tool is a beautiful thing, often orange or teal, a slope with a few funny bits at the wide end.
What is the biggest LEGO tile?
The “Extra Large” grey baseplate is 15″/38cm square, with 48 studs to a side.