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Re: Manufacturing plastic replacement parts for the Enterprise
« Reply #15 on: 2020.July.21. 20:57:53 »
Hi,

some progress...

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Re: Manufacturing plastic replacement parts for the Enterprise
« Reply #16 on: 2020.July.22. 00:51:15 »
Luxurious!

I can see a crack on the case of your computer near the joystick, the very same on my two EPs... The joystick is the  weakest zone on the machine, and the most used.


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Re: Manufacturing plastic replacement parts for the Enterprise
« Reply #17 on: 2020.July.26. 19:43:05 »
Not much progress, but i share few pictures...

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Re: Manufacturing plastic replacement parts for the Enterprise
« Reply #18 on: 2020.July.27. 02:58:00 »
I know(or at least I imagine) that it gives you a lot of work, but still it seems magic for me how you are able to make these replicas with that marvellous perfection.

Thanks for attempting to accomplish this dream.

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Re: Manufacturing plastic replacement parts for the Enterprise
« Reply #19 on: 2020.July.27. 06:34:37 »
Thanks!

It is a lot of work :P

I guess the hardest so far was the rubber bell, i REALLY had to step up my CAD knowledge to write the code for it (based on the original FLAN plans)
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Re: Manufacturing plastic replacement parts for the Enterprise
« Reply #20 on: 2020.August.01. 12:43:13 »
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