Instructions for Organizing LEGO Collection

Instructions for Professional BrickLink Sellers

Instructions for Professional BrickLink Sellers

Instructions for Professional Bricklink Sellers This part is mainly for Professional Bricklink sellers who already have some knowledge or have a bit of understanding of the Bricklink system, with our logic and StackX system, your efficiency will be greatly improved and anyone who doesn’t know the LEGO world can pick and pack your Bricklink orders for you.   Have your bricklink store ready for loading inventory, and below are 4 different ways to add inventory to your Bricklink system with our StackX boxes.   Part Out (adding a complete set into your inventory)   When you use the Part Out...

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Instructions for Organizing LEGO for Pro Collectors

Instructions for Organizing LEGO for Pro Collectors

Instructions for Pro Collectors This instructions for Pro is the upgraded one for Senior instructions, in this section we will follow the same system for the Senior instructions, that is sorting bricks with same shape together, but we’ll introduce 2 new concepts, Design ID & Element ID and a Free Inventory Management Software to help you to precisely mange your bricks. Design ID: All bricks with the same shape are under one Design ID. Element ID: Unique LEGO bricks identification, it’s like the social security number of an individual brick. The element ID is made up of the combination of...

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Instructions for Organizing LEGO for Senior Collectors

Instructions for Organizing LEGO for Senior Collectors

The idea is to sort the bricks in such a way that they are organised in groups and then each group be given a drawer or drawers labelled with a corresponding reference. Once in the drawer you can then separate by colour. Then using this as your reference you will be able to narrow down the area the brick is located and cut down on the time it takes you to find it. This system can continue for as many drawers as needed. It is important to note that this should be tailored to your needs and you may wish...

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Instructions for Organizing LEGO for Junior Collectors

Instructions for Organizing LEGO for Junior Collectors

Instructions For Junior Collectors   For start-up LEGO collectors or younger players, we recommend that you can use either of the 3 ways below to have a well-organised play area or room:   Keep your Lego bricks in their original set. You can keep 3 or 4 small LEGO sets in one drawer Store 1 bigger set in one drawer with instructions so it’s ready to build next time and you won’t lose any pieces. For mixed piles of used LEGO bricks, keep all bricks of the same colour in one drawer or compartment. 

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