Why do Legos come in bags?

Why are Lego bags numbered?

Sets which have “modular” building need to have numbered bags, and the numbering has prioity on other considerations — you’ll need all bricks for module 1 to be in bags numbered “1” (plus sometimes, unbagged parts). Also, elements which are too similar are usually in different bags.

Why do some Lego sets not have numbered bags?

Answer: The bags in our box are definitely not numbered or marked in any way, and the first 8 pieces I placed were in 7 different bags. I called Lego, and they said the architecture sets are deliberately designed for older Lego experts, and part of the challenge is finding the right pieces.

Is Lego high quality?

Since 1963, most LEGO pieces have been made of a highquality plastic called ABS. It provides the unique connective grip (clutch power), high gloss and colors LEGO bricks are known for. It also meets a long list of safety, durability and quality rules.

How do they package Legos?

In the packaging lines the pieces are distributed by dumping them into the machine, which separates them one by one and counts them using optical sensors before placing them in a generic small box. Along the way, high-precision scales measure the weight of the box.

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What is the most expensive LEGO set?

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Why are there always extra LEGO pieces?

LEGO sets usually have a number of extra pieces. In most cases they are small bricks, that are easier to lose like 1×1 plates/tiles/studs, cheese slopes, levers/antennas and flower petals.

Should you mix Lego bags?

It definitely takes up a lot of space, but the sets are easy to put together. However, it does impede creativity because putting the pieces back where they go would be challenging. Totally mixing the sets together into one big bin (like I did when I was growing up) is totally out of the question.

How can you tell a Lego bag?

Get the inventory of that set online (bricklink, peeron, etc) and see if you have more bricks that make up the set. If yes, then you’re on the right track. Minifigs are generally the easiest pieces which will tell you what you have.

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