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The Basic Review of JING BLOCKS’s Parts

In the rapid development of domestic building blocks, there are more and more building block parts brands have joined this market. Today, let me provide you a issue of graphic reviews, from the domestic brand “JING BLOCKS”. This basic review only focuses on the appearance of the processing, mold analysis, building hand feel and other aspects, not includes a comprehensive, complete and in-depth understanding for JING BLOCKS parts.

Packaging

Although it is an experience set, JING BLOCKS is still designed with a lid and base graphic carton with plastic cover.

Opening the package, there are 8 individual packets of parts inside. These parts are mainly brick parts, not many technology-type parts, but also includes thick hole arm, cross shaft and cross shaft connector, friction pin, smooth pin, technology panel and other parts types.

Here is a specific look at the parts.

Part appearance details

#32278 15-Unit Thick Hole Arm

The overall appearance is good. The shrinkage marks common to thick hole arms are basically not visible on this thick hole arm, which is a good performance.

The 15-unit thick hole arm is designed with two points of glue feed, while the glue feed point is set on the side with holes, i.e., the water spout does not appear on the exterior surface, which is praiseworthy.

A slight bond line is visible in the middle because of the two points of glue feed.

#11946/11947 Technology Panel

The overall appearance is good. The exterior is texturing with general effect, and a slight shrinkage mark is visible. However, the part surface shrinkage marks even Lego can not avoid. Overall, the appearance of the part can be satisfactory. The back side is printed with the manufacturer’s part number of T4025, and the panel number of 08.

#18944 Technology Panel

The overall appearance performs well. The exterior has a fine texture and the recessed parts have a excellent glossy finish. On the back, the T6353 part number is printed, and before the “04” die cavity number, there is a “1” number, which may be the die number or the die version number.

#15458 Technology Panel

The overall appearance is good. The exterior is texturing, due to the design of the part itself, a slight thick and thin glue mark being visible. But same as the aforementioned #11946/11947 Technology Panel, this problem cannot be avoided even by LEGO. All in all, the part can make people satisfied.

Part number T4921 is printed on the back, other numbers in the same manner as the #18944 Technology Panel.

#64179 Frame Parts

The overall appearance is well presented. T3887 part number is printed on the back.

#32016 Cross Shaft Connector

The overall appearance is well presented. T4220 part number is printed on the back.

#6536 Connecting Piece

The overall appearance is average. The injection pressure of this part may be high, and the mold line is more obvious under macro, while a slight phi/burr is visible.

#15100 Connecting Piece

The overall appearance performs well. The latch part uses a texture, while the glue entry point is made with a sunken design.

#2780 Two-unit Friction Pin

One of the most used parts in the technology group. The overall appearance performs well. The water spout is well finished as can be seen under macro. The part number 3588 is also printed, and in addition to the die cavity number “24”, there are other numbers such as “A” and “-3”. There would have been many sets of this part, as well as multiple versions of the mold.

#6558 Three-unit Friction Pin

One of the most used parts in the technology group. The overall appearance performs well. The water spout is well handled as you can see under the macro. No other exterior aspects can be picked out. Also printed with the part number TP6238.

#32054 Friction Pin

One of the most used parts in the technology group. The overall appearance performs well. The water spout is well handled as you can see under the macro. No other exterior aspects can be picked out. The part number is also printed.

#32556 Three-unit Smooth Pin

The overall appearance performs well. The water spout is well handled as you can see under the macro. No other exterior aspects can be picked out. Also printed with the part number, TP4471.

#4274 Half Smooth Pin

The overall appearance performs well. The water spout is well handled as you can see under the macro. No other exterior aspects can be picked out. Also printed with the part number, TP6026.

#15462 Five-unit Cross Shaft with Cutoff

The overall appearance performs well. Under the macro you can see that the water spout is set at one end of the cutoff cap and the spout has been specially treated so that it is basically invisible. There is no printed part number, but a mold cavity number at the other end.

#44294 Seven-unit Cross Shaft

The overall appearance is well presented. On one end of the part, the die cavity number is stamped.

#32123 Half Shaft Bushing

The overall appearance is good. Although a slight water spout residue is visible under the macro, it is actually invisible in the part.

Other Brick Parts

Shown in the figures below.

In terms of brick parts, the overall performance is good. There is basically no fault to be found in the appearance, whether it is the water outlet treatment or the overall appearance accuracy.

Parts Appearance Summary

Based on observation of the above parts, it can be seen that the JING BLOCKS parts perform well in exterior workmanship. Other than the slight flashing/burr under the macro on #6536 and the (possibly) airline in a few of the macro pictures, there are no other faults to pick out.

Parts Handfeel Test

In addition to the appearance, I also experience the building feel of the parts. Since the feel involves more subjective issues, my opinion is for players’ reference only.

The overall comments are as follows:

  1. The overall feel of brick parts is appropriate.
  2. Friction-pin type parts, and other parts with pin hole: 

The #2780 two-unit friction pin is a little loose, and in some parts with pin holes, it can be rotated with a little force. Subjective estimation, it is about 10-15% looser. The other friction pins, such as #6558 and #32054, feel appropriate but have a tendency to be a little bit tight. Subjective estimate, it may be 5-8% tighter.

3. There is no problem with smooth pins.

4. Cross shaft, and other parts with cross shaft hole :

I think it is very perfect with appropriate handfeel and tightness, not finding any eccentric, skewed, loose, stuck and other abnormal problems. It is especially worth mentioning that the cross shaft has a more oily, yet tight grip in the process of threading into the cross shaft hole. It is also the part that I am personally most satisfied with in terms of this basic review.

Since there are not many parts involved in this review, the above comments represent only those parts that I have photographed.

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