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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
Here we have a nice set of the V shuttle from the hit 80's TV Show "V". This set was designed for FD. This set of shuttles was scaled by the size of the interior of the shuttles from the actual show. And is 1/1000 Scale.
I wanted this set for Table Top Gaming. Because it was designed with FUD material in mind, it's not as fragile, so they can be handled a lot for game play.
I had gone back in to deal with a major issue. ShapeWays kept losing these ships during post production. So I have made a tougher spur, made it super short and nearly 1mm round. Now they can't just "lose" any of the ships. While I was at it, I corrected the 4 tankers, and added more fighters.
I'm using these as ships around a space station my friends and I made. Because every space station needs ships like taxi's, buses and maintenance and fighter protection. And this set fits that to a "T". Hope everyone likes the mild changes. To those that had sets arrive missing ships. This set should resolve that. And please except my apology.