Blocks came in the following colors: yellow, red, green, blue, orange, and purple. Yellow and red also came in 2 pin versions with pins on opposing sides. All other blocks came in 1 pin versions. Purple block was triangular. Pins came in both round and octagonal cross sections. Since the holes in the blocks are octagonal, round pins could rotate in the holes, octagonal pins stayed fixed. Click here for more info.
2 to 1 Converter
This was only available on later sets. Essential for centering parts in certain situations.
Came in the two sizes shown, also in both round and octagonal pin versions.
Came in two sizes, 3x6, and 6x6. Panels could be frustrating as there was no center hole on the 6 hole side. This is one case where the 2-to1 converter was needed. However, even with it you could connect to the center of a 3x6 panel, but not a 6x6 panel.
Wheels, Axles, Gears, Motors
2x3x5 cube with one springwork driven axle. There was also a 1x1x6 rubberband driven motor in some sets. Wheels came in two sizes. Wheels doubled as gears and would mesh with green pinion gear. Click here for more info.
Used with axles and string for toys like cranes and winches.
Orange human head, hands, and feet. Green animal head.
Pins fit inside tubes. Green tubes came in 3 lengths (1, 3.75, and 7.375 in.) Orange tubes were same size as shortest green.
Three types: blue flat head pins, green dome headed pins, and red double sided pins. Red pins were used mostly with tog'lmen.
Same setup as found in Major Matt Mason toys.
Windows and Doors
Window was a clear styrene part, 1x2, with one pin on each side of the long end. Door was really a small 2x3 yellow panel.
Came in later cube sets and also sold separately.
Added bonus: Patent for TOG'L BLOCKS