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Modular Taskforce cruiser Armada Scale 3d printed

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White Natural Versatile Plastic
Modular Taskforce cruiser Armada Scale 3d printed
Modular Taskforce cruiser Armada Scale 3d printed

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Modular Taskforce cruiser Armada Scale

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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
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Product Description
This model is scaled at 165mm with an armada keyhole added for Star Wars Armada compatibility 

The modular taskforce cruiser was a support vessel class built by Tagge Industries Shipyards Limited for the Galactic Empire. These ships functioned as a generic framework on which Mission Function Modules could be mounted and reconfigured as necessary.
The basic design of the modular taskforce cruiser was fairly simple. In its baseline configuration, the ship consisted of a command section, a life-support system, quarters for a skeleton crew, and an engineering section. Since this was a support vessel, armament was light for its size. On its own, the baseline configuration did little more than transport a small amount of cargo. The real purpose of this framework was to carry mission-specific modules.

Though the Imperial Navy had long preferred to maintain a fleet of ships which each filled a specific niche, this was an expensive policy which became progressively harder to maintain. After a report was commissioned on streamlining fleet operations, Tagge Industries Shipyards Limited won the contract for a new multi-role starship. The modular taskforce cruiser was the result of a design program which recognized the fundamental similarity of many single-role designs.
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Modular Taskforce cruiser 165mm key h
Dimensions:
4.98 x 16.5 x 5.18 cm
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1.96 x 6.5 x 2.04 inches
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Mature audiences only.
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