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Please Report Any Missing Or Incorrect Part Relationships Here

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For instance, let us know if a Rebrickable part is missing a 'Sub part' or 'Mold variant' relationship with another Rebrickable part.

 

Please include:

  1. Type of relationship (i.e., 'Similar image to', 'Mold variant', etc.).
  2. Link to Rebrickable part from which the relationship should originate (i.e., the 'source').
  3. Number of Rebrickable part which the relationship should target (i.e., the 'target').

Thanks in advance!

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32062 is a alternate mold to 3704  ie 3704 can allways be replaced with 32062 but not the other way around.

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4714c01 is a combination containing subparts 4714 (x1) and 4715 (x2). use similiar image as 4714.

Edited by jantjeuh
Fixed, thanks.

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Ah, that's a counterpart, not an assembly. I will split and remove it.

 

Edit: done, removed the other 56902 counterparts as well.

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Ah, that's a counterpart, not an assembly. I will split and remove it.

 

Edit: done, removed the other 56902 counterparts as well.

Well, not sure if it exists in other databases, but it was a valid part (assembly) on Bricklink: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemIn.asp?P=56902&in=P

Also, seems like they have a few good systems in place for assemblies/subparts and other pairings. Might be a bit inspirational ;)

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Yeah, it was treated as a counterpart in sets. We don't use counterparts at Rebrickable.

 

There are some improvements coming to our subparts system relatively soon.

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These are really similar, maybe even could be used 1:1

 

http://rebrickable.com/parts/32174

http://rebrickable.com/parts/60176

http://rebrickable.com/parts/89652

http://rebrickable.com/parts/93571

 

I'm no expert here only having the 1st.. but at least a relationship might be useful.

 

'Alternate of' and 'Mold variant of' relationships added.

 

Note that you can also link to Rebrickable parts here with the following code:

[part]part_id[/part]

Might be easier  :)

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Note that you can also link to Rebrickable parts here with the following code:

[part]part_id[/part]

Thank you, also for your support!

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rename 3062straight to 3062c and make sure all three has their mold relatives.

3063 in almost all cases should be 3063b in sets, there is a few 50's set that has the 3063a in the earlier edition and it looks like those has been handled.

 

790 pairs with 787c03

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729 pairs with 728

2 pairs with 3

837 is alternate to 2

837 pairs with 838

841,842,843 is subparts of a Stove. 841c01?

840,70 is subparts of 840c01

4237 pairs with 4238

4231 pairs with fabef1

fabef5 pairs with fabef6

820 pairs with 821

821 pairs with 822* (822ac01,822bc01,822b)

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Currently, 3705b and 3737b (threaded axles 4 and 10) are considered mold variants of 3705 and 3737 (normal axles 4 and 10) - while that may be true, IMO that relationship should be deleted from the database - replacing one with the other is never what you want.

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