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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
A replacement neck for the Excelsior! This one is fully ribbed and has the inserts molded in that the actual studio model had, or as close as I can get them. The inserts are not separate parts but are designed as part of the neck. Due to limitations in 3D printing technology, the ribs can't get much thinner so as per request, they are still the same size as on prior replacement necks.
Now, although the basic mounting locations are not changed from earlier necks, this one feels like the connection between part and secondary hull and esepcially part to saucer is "softer," for lack of a better word. It fits and with some care and foresight will lock into place nicely, but again, perhaps not as tightly as the prior necks. Why this is, I know not. Call it the vagaries of 3D printing. This is a mystery to me, as the bae geomety has not changed from the prior neck designs. Anyway, I wanted to point it out in case my test part is not the exception to the rule.