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Smallest Enzmann Lance Asmb R6th 3d printed

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Smallest Enzmann Lance Asmb R6th 3d printed
Smallest Enzmann Lance Asmb R6th 3d printed

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Smallest Enzmann Lance Asmb R6th 3d printed
Smallest Enzmann Lance Asmb R6th 3d printed

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Smallest Enzmann Lance Asmb R6th 3d printed
Smallest Enzmann Lance Asmb R6th 3d printed

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Smallest Enzmann Lance Asmb R6th

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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 is the model representation of the Enzmann Lance Star Ship. It is a little over 7 inches long.
The "real life" version would be about 2600 feet long. This Nuclear (Fission/Fusion) powered Star Ship Could be built with todays technology. The Main Part of the Propulsion System is the Nuclear Powered Particle accelerators running the length of the ship. Field coils for shielding are helically laid into the material of the propellant Nose Housing.  1 of these could be built for about the same cost of say, 5 trident submarines today. Each ship could hold up to 1000 colonists.  Dr. Enzmann was way ahead of his time even way back when I learned of these "possible real life" Star Ship designs, back in 1975 (over 40 years ago). That is when I met him. These models will make an awesome desk top display for any desk top computer.  Even on that Knick Knak shelf with your other items of unimaginable coolness.
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Smallest Enzmann Lance Asmb R6th
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2.2 x 2.3 x 18.3 cm
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0.87 x 0.91 x 7.21 inches
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Mature audiences only.
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