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The Last Kingdom 3x4


@Shadowcloner said:" @Rimefang said:"So what is the difference between this part and 88646 ? Today's featured part ran alongside the former and eventually replaced it."Bricklink has a picture of both of them side-by-side, and I haven't found a notable difference between the two. Guess they're just alternate numberings. "17836 has smaller stud divots on the underside for the 4 studs. Larger stud divots reduced .008374 grams of plastic per unit and saved the company from going bankrupt.




The Last Kingdom 3x4


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@Shadowcloner said:" @Rimefang said:"So what is the difference between this part and 88646 ? Today's featured part ran alongside the former and eventually replaced it."Bricklink has a picture of both of them side-by-side, and I haven't found a notable difference between the two. Guess they're just alternate numberings. "The ejector pin marks are in different positions, that's all I can find. Ejector pins are what pushes a finished part out of an injection mould; on Lego parts they usually show up as circles or circle segments that have a slightly different surface finish to the surrounding plastic.To the point, 88646 has six circular ones on the inside of the piece (i.e. the same surface the text is on), while 17836 has four semicircular ones on the underside edge, which is more in line with other plates (hardly visible in Bricklink's comparison image). Looking at a few examples I have on hand, and without further proof, I suspect 17836 was created when the part started being used outside of Collectible Minifigures (and thus also produced outside of the CMF factory). It carries a 2013 copyright date, which fits with it first appearing in 2014 sets. CMFs seem to have also switched over from 88646 to 17836 eventually, though I haven't bothered figuring out in which series.


@MeisterDad said:" @Shadowcloner said:" @Rimefang said:"So what is the difference between this part and 88646 ? Today's featured part ran alongside the former and eventually replaced it."Bricklink has a picture of both of them side-by-side, and I haven't found a notable difference between the two. Guess they're just alternate numberings. "17836 has smaller stud divots on the underside for the 4 studs. Larger stud divots reduced .008374 grams of plastic per unit and saved the company from going bankrupt."[Citation needed]


ML FITTING of MPH MODELS using MPH.FIT: NUMERICAL EXAMPLESAuthor: Joseph B. Lang, Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242 USA (September 27, 2002, last updated: April 15, 2005, February 7, 2007) The numerical examples below were fitted using mph.fit, VERSION 1.0. The current version is VERSION 2.0. Please read about the changes in the header of the file mph.fit. (Some of the convergence issues described in these examples have been ironed out in version 2.0.)Primary References: Lang, J.B (2004). "Multinomial-Poisson Homogeneous Models for Contingency Tables," Annals of Statistics,32, 340-383 . 041b061a72


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