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Mar282012

Star Trek Fan Art for Shapeways

This week I was asked to model five Star Trek ships to get 3D printed by Shapeways (starting from €13.00 each) 

A PDF showing further views can be downloaded here
It was fun to model these in Solidworks, a quick video explaining the steps I took to building The Norway can be seen here;

 

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Hi, do you know what scale these ships are intended to be in? Thanks, and beautiful work!

July 31, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterScott

Hi Scott, thank you for your kind words, dimensions can be found on my Shapeways shop here; http://www.shapeways.com/shops/fusionmark there are a few models resized to 1/2500th scale. If you are after a specific size I can resize the models and post onto Shapeways for you to purchase.

July 31, 2012 | Registered CommenterFusionWeld

'Ello,

Rather belatedly, I've come across your work and your offer to resize your Shapeways ships. Are you still willing to do this? If so, I'd be looking for:

2 nos USS Norway reduced in size to 45% of the current size
2 nos USS Centaur reduced in size to 50% of the current size
1 no USS Challenger reduced in size to 70% of the current size

Cheers :)

November 18, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterDave

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