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USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D . Star Trek Next Generation USS Enterprise NCC 1701 D . The Enterprise D is my favorite ship from all the series. Although there are some obvious design implications, such as the oversize saucer section and relatively small neck piece, it is a beautiful ship in design and this LEGOŽ rendition gives it justice (i believe, anyway). It took on the better side of 3 months to complete this ship, as I did not devote hours a day to the project, and do have other more important things to do. None the less, it is now done. Side shot, showing a hint of the base holding the whole thing up. While it does not appear so in the show, the design is very fragile in a gravity situation and it does need supports under the saucer section to avoid falling over. Top, the overall shape I am very pleased with because it captures the shape of the original ship well. Aft 3/4 view, right before the ship goes to warp in the intro (except mine is the other way around). The tricky deflector dish -- very hard to get the correct shape. Saucer separation capability is included, but it has to be manually pulled apart with some force. I hope to make a version where it is strong yet comes off easily still. After saucer re-integration the ship can go on to normal duties. Please visit my Brickshelf gallery of this ship for more photos of the various parts here . More deatail of the nacelles and other features are on my Brickshelf page.


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