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Are there any Brick Wizard or Brickficiency type programs out there?


I used to use different tools like Brick Wizard and some MatLab type scripts that were out there to help make Bricklink purchases. I know Bricklink currently has some functionality but I found it to be a poor substitute but considering they earn money from transaction cost, that being efficient for the buyer goes counter to their price model.

Are they any utilities out there will work for this nowadays?




  • DadsAFOL2DadsAFOL2 CA, USAMember Posts: 9
    Bricklink built it into their site and it works WAY better and faster than those old programs.   Create a wanted list then click "buy all" and follow the prompts then click "auto-select"
  • Bosstone100Bosstone100 USAMember Posts: 1,410
    edited December 2019
    I've seen that but it chose a store for a part that was $0.10 each when another had it for $0.025. It wouldn't be a big deal normally but I was ordering 800 of them.
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