Links

Contact the author

You can contact me at:

    

Martin.F.James@btinternet.com

Minibrix information

By far the most comprehensive collection of information on Minibrix is the website created by Fred Smallbone and Malcolm Hanson at Minibrix.com.

    

http://www.minibrix.com

Another site with a fair amount of detail on the history of Minibrix is that of the Australian Powerhouse Museum at

    

http://www.powerhousemuseum.com/collection/database/index.php? irn=108980&search=minibrix&images=&c=&s=

Minibrix products

Online trading in Minibrix products is very sparse. Mostly it takes place through the various national instances of eBay.

One auction house which seems to trade in Minibrix more regularly than most is Vectis Auctions Ltd.. They are specialists in collectable toys, and their web site is at

    

http://www.vectis.co.uk

LDraw and related tools

The home of “ldraw.org” is at

    

http://www.ldraw.org

From there you can find links to just about everything related to virtual Lego modelling. Sites most relevant to virtual Minibrix modelling are

    

http://mlcad.lm-software.com – MLCad

    

http://ldview.sourceforge.net/ – LDView

    

http://www.digitalbricks.org – LGEO

    

http://www.povray.org – POV-Ray

    

http://www.hassings.dk/l3/l3p.html – L3P

    

http://L3PAO.Malagraphixia.com – L3PAO



Page last updated 23 September 2012