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BonsaiBrain

Deep Space Nine

by BonsaiBrain Jan 22, 2014
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What is the Scale of this modell? I would like to get in 1:1200 Scale to fit the other ships i printed so far.

What are the overall dimensions of the green one you posted? Would it be possible to scale it up or down universally by 25-50%? I would like one, but to have it desk size no larger than a 9 inch diameter.

Found on the website link that it has diameter of 330mm.

Hello could you post assembly instructions please

B.B.I WOULD LIKE TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT YOUR DS9 STATION BUT I AM NOT ON A COMPUTER OF MINE. USING PUBLIC LIBRARY COMPUTER .HOW DID YOU GET IT IN SUCH D-TEL ? WOULD LIKE TO LEARN HOW BIG IT IS? IT IS VERY COOL INDEED STILL TRING TO LERAR THIS SET-UP ONE IT IS ALL APPLE AND MAC.,I AM USED TO MS WORD AND HP COMPUTER WHOLE NEW SET-UP TO ME LIKE TRYING TO READ AND TALK KLINGON

I printed base-part1-1x witch need supports on my printer
to remove the support I had to break it in halve :(
looks like I need to upload a remixed version

I would like to print this as large as possible for my printer (Prusa i3V 10")
What is the largest part in this model? That way I can just scale all the parts based on how large I can print that part.
Thanks, killer looking design, cant wait to print it.

Great modeling!

Are you open to doing contract work?

Yes, we also do contract work. Please contact us: [email protected]

Cordially
Bonsai Brain

does it needs support printing?

It doesn't need support. It was printed with a 0.25mm nozzle, 0.1mm layerthickness in green PLA using slic3r with 3 perimeters and 15% infill

This is incredible! How many of each part should I print? This looks fantastically detailed and I cannot wait to make one.

Thanks!
The STL-files have the number of needed parts in their name.

need i say anything else other than SWEET!

What kind of glue did you use? Just curious what works best with PLA.

For this model I used pattex cyanacrylat glue - hard within seconds. For other purposes I recommend UHU two component epoxy glue, but this needs at least 4h for hardening. In all cases it is very useful to sand the surface a bit before adding glue.

awesome model man!

Great model! Amazing work.