Ask a LEGO Fan

Recording a LEGO parts inventory

Posted in Inventories, Sorting, & Storage by lfanquestions on August 28, 2009

Joel writes:

Hello,

First of all, this site is a great idea! Do you know of any website where you can upload all of your LEGO parts and keep a inventory of all your parts and then have it show you all the LEGO sets that you could build? Maybe even show you how many parts you are short or if you could build it in alternative colors?

Thanks,

Joel

Dear Joel,

Brickstore is a useful software program used by fans and Bricklink sellers to keep track of their parts inventory.  Check it out here: http://www.brickforge.de/software/brickstore/

I am glad that you find “Ask a LEGO fan” helpful.

Edit:  Several readers noticed that I forgot to mention www.peeron.com Peeron has the set inventories and parts tracking which you are looking for.  In addition, if a set is not yet listed on Peeron, you may be able to find that inventory information on www.bricklink.com

Sincerely,

LFan

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  1. Tomanta said, on August 28, 2009 at 4:39 am

    I can’t believe you didn’t mention http://peeron.com which is almost exactly what Joel is looking for. Website (instead of software program) that tracks inventory, can tell you if you can build a set or what pieces you would be missing / alternate colors. The only thing requested that it can’t do is give a list of everything you can build.

  2. Whittleberry said, on August 28, 2009 at 6:36 am

    Or http://www.peeron.com, which does everything you have asked about Joel.


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