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USS Fortune NCC-805 1/3788 3d printed

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Smooth Fine Detail Plastic
USS Fortune NCC-805 1/3788 3d printed
USS Fortune NCC-805 1/3788 3d printed

Not a Photo

USS Fortune NCC-805 1/3788

3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.

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Product Description
Original length: approx. 190m (assumtion, based on depiction in the comic relative to the size of a human and window placement/deck hight)
Scale: approx. 1/3788
Print orientation for Detail Plastic: Flat, upside up
Mounting hole: None

This is my interpretation of the USS Fortune NCC-805 from the comic Star Trek: Crew, Issue 2 "The Bottle". In the comic, there are only a few pictures of the ship that are also not very consistent, so this could be only regarded as a good guess. I shifted the warp nacelles a little up out of the center, so they are more visible from the front and the bussard collectors are not obscured so much by the saucer. The Fortune was one of the ships "Number One" served on before she became first officer on the USS Enterprise under Captain Pike (1st TOS pilot "The Cage"). It is said by Number One, the ship is about 50 years old during the events in the comic. I really like this design. It clearly has a distinct Federation look without just rearranging parts of a Constitution Class. With its half saucer it is also reminiscent of the Intrepid Type from Star Trek: Enterprise.

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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What's in the box:
USS Fortune NCC-805 1/3788
2.83 x 5.02 x 0.81 cm
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1.12 x 1.98 x 0.32 inches
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