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Constitution Class (SOTL'07) 1/7000 3d printed

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Constitution Class (SOTL'07) 1/7000 3d printed
Constitution Class (SOTL'07) 1/7000 3d printed

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Constitution Class (SOTL'07) 1/7000

3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
Product Description
This version of the Constitution Class is based on a picture in the "Ships of The Line 2007" calendar (SOTL'07), created by Star Trek: Enterprise visual artist Gabriel Koerner. A unique variation of a Constitution Class starship. The book suggests this alternate Constitution-class design was one of the purposed refit schemes for the class, ultimately rejected in favour of the more familiar TMP design. This is at 1/7000 for tabletop gaming.
Personally i wish they had used this instead of the JJ-Prise in the new movies. This one looks like a crossbreed between the NX Class refit and the TMP Enterprise. To have a place where to put this ship into the canon lore, i suggest making this a Mirror Universe ship. Although the NX Refit was intended for the fourth season of Enterprise and is mentioned as such in the books continuing the story, following the events of the Earth-Romulan War and the founding of the Federation, in my world the "Columbia Class" (NX Refit) also only exist in the Mirror Universe. Maybe with a backstory like that:

"Following the events from ENT: 'In a Mirror, Darkly', the Terran Empire wasn't able to just copy the USS Defiant (Constitution Class from the Prime Universe), not only because many of the technologies were hard to understand and many of the materials necessarry weren't available in this time period, but also because Emperor Hoshi keeps most of the information from the Defint's computer secret for her own advantage and to keep her flagship the most powerful in the fleet. So the next best thing for the Terran engineers was to upgrade the existing NX Class vessels. With the ISS Enterprise NX-01 destroyed, the ISS Columbia NX-02 was the first vessel to get the upgrades including a new scondary hull with a more powerfull warp engine, stronger shields and a bigger deflector (hence the name Columbia Class and this explains how the NX Refit does look so much like the 100 years later TOS Constitution). Based on the experiences made with this class, a new type of ship was designed (The ship offered here). It incorporated more of the USS Defiant's new technologies as new materials were developed and the design was directly inspired by the Defiant but was also derived from the NX Refit. As a sidenote, after the fall of Emperor Hoshi, the USS Defiant was deemed "outdated" at that time and was replaced by a different ship as the Empires Flagship. To erase as much of Hoshi's reign as possible it was also renamed Enterprise. Her captain, Christopher Pike ultimately was succeeded as captain by his former 1st officer J.T.Kirk, using a device called "Tantalus field", when a transporter accident happened... (This would explain why the ISS Enterprise from 'Mirror, Mirror' does look exactly like a Prime Universe Constitution although they had a 100 years to develop ships using the Defiant as a basis. So, the ship here is the actual appereance of the Mirror Universe Constitution Class with the USS Defiant/ISS Enterprise as the only ship of her type in service).

Be aware that the price for Frosted materials Shapeways calculates for this includes a per file and a per part fee. You only have to pay the per part fee for this when I combine this with one or more items in Frosted Ultra/Extreme Detail. So ask me to combine all the items you want to one single file to get it cheaper.

If you need this in another material, size, quantity or combined with one or more of my other parts for cheaper printing, just let me know. I will try to make it as you need.

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Constitution Class (SOTL'07) 1/7000
2.03 x 4.57 x 1.18 cm
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