trek-ish starship-Tinker class
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TinkerCAD is no longer going away in April!.YEA! it's going away in August..sigh.. in celebration? a little Star Trek style ship not based directly on anybody else's design, just one I came up with as I was doodling. three parts- upper and lower ship's hull and upper warp nacelles ( all hail the great Bird of the galaxy, Gene Roddenberry! )
as always ANY comment positive or negative is Greatly appreciated
( how am I going to know if I screwed up if nobody tells me? )
my makerbot is down so if you print this please let me know how it came out its gotta be a while before I'm up and running again and I really want to know how it works.
the three upper ships hulls primarily differ in ship's bridge although number three has impulse engines added. Print one each upper and lower hull and one set of upper warp nacelles and glue together....for a bit more of a Picard era look use one of the nacelles to trace on a thin piece of transparent plastic cut out color blue, and place between the upper and lower halves of the nacelles. I didn't make a piece for the front collectors as I have a red iridescent bead I'm planning to glue in that space
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