LEGO Volkswagen T1 Camper Van Set Instructions Viewer. If you’ve lost your original instructions, or just want to try building something new, these are. – VW T1 Pickup Alternate:: Creator Alternates. you have instructions. 😉 And the answer I just emailed him was more than just: Yes I do. Building Instructions – LEGO – – Volkswagen T1 Camper Van.
Not a good idea – next time I do this I’ll be sorting by size and shape, since I think it’s easier to 102220 the right colour from a heap of similar-shape pieces than the right shape from a heap all of the same colour.
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istruzionl Still trying to decide if sorting vs just dumping each bag is better. Oh, and Welcome to Eurobricks grovyggg! Bley is the color bluish grey. Have fun building the Camper Van!
They are easily confused in the instructions. Any input greatly appreciated.
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The dark red layer can be removed, The hinged walls will hold together but they will be a bit curved and opening and closing them will be more difficult. This made this project so much easier and saved me alot of time that I didn’t have to spend building the Camper Van in LDD first before I could start working on the Pickup Truck. I got towards the end and found that someone had used a brick elsewhere in the build because the difference between light bley and silver if I remember rightly wasn’t that obvious.
During the Brick build phase I made some changes to the design Both in bricks and LDD to improve the structural integrity and overall sturdiness of the model. Edited December 31, by Rick Edited title.
I like rummaging around for parts. Eventually you will even know when it is a part you’ve never used in the model yet, just by deduction you will know what bag compartment now that piece will be in. Makes the build that much faster. Posted December 30, Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.
Posted December 31, When you start building you will find one type of piece in one comaprtment, another type mixed with others in antoehr, and you will just pick up the pattern and when you need a piece you will know what compartment to look for it in. Posted December 28, edited.
By Sato NL Add to my favorite builders. I made the decision to go with one hinged wall on either side that comes level too the load bed when you open it, And no hinged wall on the rear.
But it makes sense. When I begin building latge sets, I keep the content of the bags a bit seperated but if I do not finish at the same day, all parts come together. I hope you enjoy looking at this alternate, And appreciate my work. I gather all the pieces too, which most times, it’s just a piece or two.
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Hi, Nice creative work. I have tried sorting bigger sets and I usually sort by color and then by type, bricks and plates and then by size and function. This is my first big lego build. Quick English translation of the request in the reply below: I usually just raid the tupperware cabinet and dump each bag in a separate container. I know different people have differing systems but i dont want to make an obvious nooby mistake that affects the end result.
Totally normal and there’s no need to sort the bricks after you open them unless you really want to. The group for nice people to post set alternatives Don’t forget to read the Site Guidelines if you haven’t already, and introduce yourself in the ‘Hello, I am This is all well and good, however, what I’d really like to know is what’s the logic about what goes into which bag at the factory in the first place?
I use 2 plastic compartment containers like tackle boxes and open each bag into their own comaprtment i can insert or remove dividers to make a comaprtment as large or small as I need.
And it is also cool to see alternatives! If they are all in different bags should i open all, and then sort all the individual components into likewise pieces.
Mijn zoontje wil graag dit 2e model bouwen en heeft vorige week een extra doos gekregen voor zijn verjaardag. I’m still formulating an opinion on this. Quoting Werner Cornelis Hi, Nice creative work. lefo
Deze staat helaas nog steeds dicht op zijn kamer. It took longer to sort the parts than build the thing but it was worth it and made it fun for my son and I. I’m trying to maximize enjoyment, not efficiency and, for me, most of the fun is in the build. It also wasn’t quite as useful as I thought, since I’d sorted everything by colour.
Make sure you have a nice big table to build on and make separate piles out of each bag. I usually find that smaller pieces are all in one bag and I tend to keep those separate from the rest just so they’re easier to find. No matter which sorting technique I use the Gladware entree size plastic container to sort into and I use another container to gather pieces for each step before building the step, I find this helps me keep organized step by step if I have all the parts for each step ready before beginning to assemble the step.
Or am i missing something obvious? I put each bag in a separate plastic container, it is often enough sorted like that for an easy build. But yes, I always sort before I build.
While I often dump out all the bags or all the bags for a given number in a big build at the outset, I don’t go overboard on presorting things. Thanks in advance, Kind regards, Werner. Ik hoop dat je ons kan helpen.