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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
This is the same as my existing 1/350 F-104 Starfighter, but in a gear down configuration.
I originally built this to match the 1/350 Star Trek Enterprise kit by Polar Lights. So now you can build that diorama you've always wanted from the classic Star Trek episode "Tomorrow is Yesterday". But perhaps you could have it parked in the shuttle bay.Available in either Frosted Ultra Detail and Frosted Extreme Detail.
I've also modified some elements of this model. Such as thickening landing gear and revised the nose point.
Because of these changes, I've placed this model into Shapeway's beta program.
If you purchase this model, please let me know any feedback you might have. Thanks to customer feedback, as of 5-17-16, I've strengthened the landing gear even further to avoid any breakages.