Should we use more generic tags?

Our tag assumes that all technic bricks are LEGO Technic. Our tag assumes that all but LEGO bricks are clones and does not allow to distinguish between the manufacturers.

How about a tag for each manufacturer and a neutral tag technical for the brick family?

Instead of the brand LEGO Technic in technic: A more advanced form of LEGO®, allowing for the creation of more realistic working parts. we can use

technical: Bricks in form of gears, axles and mechanical parts.

And would allow to tag trains from any manufacturer.

Our users may combine them as in technical + cobi

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    Technic is also less about bricks these days, and more "beams with holes" ;) Jun 12 at 14:44
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    Also TLG appear to have a trade mark on "Technic" so that's actually the brand, similar to Duplo, etc., as opposed to "technical" which would be a generic term for the system. Jun 12 at 14:48
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    @Zhaph-BenDuguid very good point. I will include this in my post. Jun 18 at 10:57
  • There aren't so many "technical" questions for clone brands, so it would be fine without technical tag. While technic and building-techniques suit Technic and brick building related questions of relatively complex LEGO matter.
    – Alex
    Jul 17 at 16:24


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