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Resources

Here you will find useful downloads and links to help enhance your experience designing LEGO train MOCs

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Breckland Bricks Wheel files for Stud.io

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Zip folder containing .dat files for our wheels in Stud.io

Zip folder containing .dat files for our Bulleid-Firth-Brown wheels in Stud.io

Zip folder containing .dat files for our Boxpok wheels in Stud.io

Zip folder containing .dat files for our rods in Stud.io

Instructions for Windows

  1. Download the zip file and extract the contents.

  2. Copy the 3 folders within the extracted folder to C:\Users\<UserName>\AppData\Local\Stud.io\CustomParts

  3. AppData is a hidden folder, if you can't see it in your User folder you can open it by searching for %appdata% in the start menu

  4. Open Stud.io and in the dropdown under the parts palette select Custom Parts (default is Master) and the parts should appear.

Your CustomParts folder should look like this when you are finished:

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Instructions for MacOS

  1. Download the zip file and extract the contents. Note that there are three folders and file types in the download: .dat (in the parts folder), .conn (in connectivity), and .col (in collider).

  2. Locate the Stud.io folder in your Applications folder, you will be copying downloaded files into subfolders within it. If the programme was installed globally (for all users) it should be in: [drive name]/Applications/Studio 2.0

  3. Copy the contents of the downloaded parts folder into: /ldraw/Custom Parts/parts (you might need to create the Custom Parts and parts folders)

  4. Copy the contents of the downloaded connectivity folder into /ldraw/connectivity

  5. Copy the contents of the downloaded collider folder into /ldraw/collider

  6. Open Stud.io and in the dropdown under the parts palette select Custom Parts (default is Master) and the parts should appear. The /Studio 2.0/ldraw folder structure should be as shown in the image below:

Tested and working on MacOS 13.6.3 and Stud.io 2.24.2 March 2024

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