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Starfleet Vessels
::DECOMISSIONED:: Three Federation Starfleet vessels from the Star Trek universe. The Enterprise-E, The Voyager, and the Reliant.
About this creation
Three Federation Starfleet vessels from the Star Trek universe.


The NCC-1701-E USS Enterprise.


The NCC-74656 USS Voyager.


Not much description, sorry. These MOCs were built when I had a fascination with Star Trek.




Okay, I know: the middle ship isn't the Reliant. I don't know what my problem is and I didn't mean to make everyone so mad. Sorry.


























They can all be viewed on Brickshelf




Comments

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  July 14, 2014
The middle one is a steamroller class science vessel
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  July 14, 2014
Oh wow! I've seen these three somewhere before, Brickshelf maybe? Anyway brilliant work, especially on Enterprise E. Love the dark grey on the saucer section and the shaping of the nacelles.
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  April 5, 2014
the shots showing the Enterprise-E prominently next to the other star ships is SHARP!
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  January 20, 2014
NICE job on the Enterprise! Can I use your photo in one of my upcoming presentations? It is about SMB, MidMarket and Enterprise... and I thought it would be funny to show your Starship Enterprise instead of the picture of some Fortune 500 company. Great work on this collection, either way! Cheers, John
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  January 13, 2014
Your enterprise is by far the best i have ever seen, even better than anything i ever imagined. If you have any instructions at all you could share i would be most grateful. My email is lennoxf1@gmail.com
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  December 17, 2012
Hi, Is it possible that you can email me. I would love to discuss your patterns for the Star Trek ships...prismfootprint@yahoo.ca
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  July 7, 2012
You did nice job on the Starships. The middle ship looks like Enterprise NX-01 from the Enterprise series with Captain Archer too me! Still great job!!!
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  May 28, 2011
I know this is not right but maybe you can send me your building guide for the enterprise-e on email tima1234321@mail.ru
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  January 9, 2010
I love it, the Enterprise is my faveorite of the three! :)
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  January 1, 2010
I'm not sure, but i think the Voyager could be better in some details. Your Enterprise E is perfect for me.
Zach Sweigart
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Wyatt Meckler
  December 30, 2009
Holy $#@%! They look perfect... except for the reliant. how did that happen?
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  October 31, 2009
These are really nice ships. The only problem I have with it is that the Enterprise E's deflector shield is blue. But still a 5/5!
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  August 20, 2009
Wow! You're good at this!
Zach Sweigart
Captain Lach .
  July 6, 2009
Perfect!!! Just like the real thing (except it's lego, not titanium :P) AWESOME!!
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  April 28, 2009
Great ships! I love STAR TREK. You did an especially good job on the Enterprise E and Voyager.
  March 5, 2009
Holy $#@%! That enterprise is amazing. It looks perfect. Great Job. I will buy that enterprise.
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  January 9, 2009
Fantastic. I am amazed that you could make one ship that good, let alone three! You should build more.
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  September 4, 2008
WOW FANTASTIC FLEET DO YOU HAVE THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THESE??
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  August 1, 2008
wow i love it what sets did you use ?
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  May 21, 2008
HOW DID YOU DO THAT? IT'S AMAZING
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  January 19, 2008
Awsome ships the best brick built ships I've seen!!!
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  December 22, 2007
I think i caught a glimpse or two of the Enterprise A too, hiding in the background.
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  October 21, 2006
Really nice details on all ships, I also think you sized/proportioned the Saucers and Nacelles well..
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  May 24, 2006
Although I occasionally watched "Next Generation," I never was much of a trekkie. However, I can't help but be fascinated by the number of different ships represented here and how great they look.
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  May 8, 2006
Wow. These things are huge. And they're awesome. Sometimes it's hard to make a good conversation piece out of Legos, but I could really see these sets on a coffee table or living room credenza (as they seem to be). Because of their scale, they're artistic as much as playful, and very impressive.
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  March 21, 2006
Wow! I love these. The others can nitpick all they want bout the "Reliant" but im sure thats not the only ship to use the name. Anyways I just love the Ent-E you did. It's amazing and being my fave ship Im realy impressed with your model. Thanks for the views.
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  March 19, 2006
Good show ol' bean. I particularly like your Enterprise-E.
  February 22, 2006
which one is which (I'm not really into star trek). They look cool!
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  January 30, 2006
I can stare at the hulls for hours. I really like the Enterprise E and Voyager. The saucer sections are very well done and the Enterprise E just seems so perfect. Awesome.
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  January 18, 2006
The Enterprise-E is exceptional. I think the unnamed ship is likely to be either Steamrunner or Akira class - I'd be better able to tell with more pictures. Which is to say, I'd love to see some more angles of these ships.
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  November 29, 2005
Excellent job on the Enterprise-E, that ship made this MOC a 5/5.
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  November 29, 2005
hey u two below stop being so pikey dang.these are awesome
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  November 29, 2005
i dont mean to be picky but voyagers engines are too high up.if it went to warp like that the nacells would be higher than the bridge.
  November 28, 2005
While I commend you on your Voyager and Enterprise E, your Reliant is WAY off. The Engines are supposed to be alot lower, and if you take a look at any picture of a Miranda Class, you will see that the edge of the disc does not round down, rather, is sloped up and corners. Also, it is not a perfect circle. The back section is extended to allow space for the warp core and impulse engines. One last thing: The warp nacelles are below the soucer section, not above or level with.
 
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