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October 11th, 2010 by admin

ABS
Abbreviation: acrylonitrile butadiene styrene. The type of plastic of which most LEGO elements are made. Most clone brands use polystyrene, which is cheaper but has a different feel and structural qualities.
AFOL
Abbreviation: Adult Fan Of LEGO. Anyone over the age of 18 who still enjoys working with LEGO bricks, and admits it.
brik
Generic term for plastic building blocks, regardless of brand.
Brickshelf
Brickshelf is the predominant community photo site for LEGO enthusiasts.
BrickJournal
BrickJournal is the quarterly publication of the AFOL community, published online as a PDF. Founded 2005.
BrickLink
BrickLink is a fan-operated online marketplace specialized for LEGO sets, parts, and related products.
clone brand
Non-LEGO products made to be compatible, including Best Lock, Mega Bloks, Tyco Blocks.
element
Any LEGO building part
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LEGOFan
LEGOFan.org is a portal and forum site run by fans, for fans, and recognized by the LEGO Company. Founded 2005.
LUG
Abbreviation: LEGO Users Group.
micro
A building technique at smaller than minifig scale, in which element choice is especially important; models are usually less than six inches in size. The consensus micro scale has people one brick tall.
minifig
The
MOC
Abbreviation: My Own Creation. Any original model not designed by the LEGO Company.
mosaic
A building technique in which a two-dimensional image is expressed in colored plates and tiles.
System
stud
The raised circular features that permit LEGO elements to interlock. Studs on LEGO brand products are embossed with the word “LEGO.”
Technic

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