Aerial Sovereign 1:1200

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Aerial Sovereign 1:1200 3d printed
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After the success of the Captain-class battleships, the Admiralty increased research and development funding for the Aerial branch. While the Captains had begun incorpo-rating aspects from the Cayley Design School, The Aerial Sovereign marked a more conservative “traditionalist” school. The role of flying ships was to be a mirror of their ‘wet’ counterparts. They were to accompany the fleet, and focus primarily on defeating other naval ships. Crews should be interchangeable between the flying and wet portions of the Navy. The Aerial Sovereign even had a weapons load that was largely identical to the Royal Sovereign class of con-ventional battleships.
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Aerial Sovereign 1:1200 in Frosted Ultra Detail
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1.578 cm 9.114 cm 1.868 cm
This model is 3D Printed in Frosted Ultra Detail: Matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
Model version 2 | Last updated on 03/20/2014

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Material

Plastic

OVERVIEW
  • 3D printed just for you.
  • Frosted Ultra Detail: Matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
  • First to try: Be one of the first to 3D print this product and help make it come to life in this material. Learn more

$24.08

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