Very nice and exact information! It’s nails the usage of Moduelx Bricks.

Best Regards

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Brian

]]>From one of the early (1963) M20 manuals, we read, “The components of the Modulex-system are based on a 5x5x5mm unit [the 1×1 brick]. Irrespective of the scale chosen, the components used are always the same. Consequently the basic unit of the system represents a definite fundamental value in each scale . The scale 1:20 is of particular interest within building, as the Modulex unit in this scale represents 10 cm, i.e. the basic module for the coordination of dimensions in metric countries, and it approximately equals the 4 inch (=10.16 cm) module used in USA, Canada, and – to a large extent – in Great Britain. For statistical purposes etc. the Modulex basic unit may be applied as a symbol of a definite quantity, size, or period.”

So the M20 represents the 10x10x10 cm (1000=M) and the 1:20 building scale.

]]>i would like to buy one of your Compartment Pocket Brick Kit (100 bricks)!

Is it possible to get some slopes and roof bricks in the box?

Living in Gremany, i would like to know the shipping costs prior of purchase!

Thanks in advance,

Christoph Neyen