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NCC 1701D Warp Nacelle
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Warp Nacelle for the NCC 1701 D (Enterprise D) from the Ed WHitefire blueprints.
Here are two additional componenets and an updated Nacelle body. The 1mm holes in the bussard Collector are for 1mm rod for proper alignment with the body end cap. You will need 2 Nacelle bodies. This provides for a 2mm garp for clear palstic sheeting that can be used for the subspace field vector array.
02/28/13 - Updated the Bussard Collector and added the Warp Nacelle End piece.
03/01/13 - Added the right and left nacelle struts. I will produce a new lower nacelle body and add connection holes between the struts and the nacelle body soon.I am currently working on the design for Deck 36 which will include conduits for wiring or Fiber optic lighting as well as the battery slots of Li-Ion batteries.
03/02/13 - Added the beginning of Deck 36 and updated the Lower Nacelle body and the left and right struts for connecting holes.
I would be happy to hear any comments so I can improve the design. Hopefully soon I can get my 3D printer up and running so I can try a print myself.
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