Enterprise NCC 1701 Construction

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Enterprise NCC 1701 Construction by moriza Dec 16, 2012
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A model of the Enterprise NC1701 on the construction scaffolding.


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Run the stl through netfabb before you try printing it. That fixed it for me.

What exactly did you do on netfabb? I ran a default repair and it still didn't print right. I trying to shrink the bow to get it to print, but that doesn't seem to work either.

Try the on line version. It works much better.

i have not been able to get this to print either, it starts and then stops at the base. i thought it was my printer but apparently others have the same issue.

Has anyone gotten this to print? I tried slicing it in Slic3r and it generated support material but no model.

I cannot seem to get this to print. It would not even start. Is ththeree a special setting that I have to do for it to even start?

Can you publish the same model without the ship? i think it could be printed with very little support!