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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
As the General War dragged on, the Klingons studied ways to get more out of their existing production facilities. They determined that there was surplus capacity to build E4 rear hulls, F5 booms, and D5 engines. As unlikely as it sounds, these elements were combined to product the E5 battle escort, and then were combined with the rear hull of the F5W war destroyer to produce the E7 heavy cruiser. (It is actually about the same combat power as a D5 war cruiser, but the designation heavy cruiser was used to avoid confusion with the D5 and the D7 battlecruiser.)
The ship is available in a variety of materials. Ships are unpainted, use standard flight stands available from many sources, and, while designed for gaming, make fine display pieces.