Standard Cygnus spacecraft

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Standard Cygnus spacecraft by Craig_H May 7, 2013
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The Standard variant of Orbital Sciences' Cygnus spacecraft. Drawn in inches to true-size.

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nice model Manboy; Could you tell me what height the 3D print should be (for a 1/144 th scale model to complement my ISS 1/144th scale model), I've tried to find detailed size specifications on Orbitals web site and even on L2 I can't find any manuals\etc with size specs (which is unusual).

It's in true size so just divide the dimensions by 144.

Your model has some serious wonk regarding the side panels. I have fixed it by removing the two them re-merging in openscad. Not sure if you care.