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Old February 18 2011, 02:43 PM   #61
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I doubt I was the first, but when I drew one on a ship I probably thought I was.
The naming scheme is my fault. I made a 'USS Masao' destroyer based on one of your designs and the schematic name stuck, particularly for the saucer design. It's fairly close to what you had drawn, modified a little to work with my schematics.
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Old February 18 2011, 04:34 PM   #62
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I actually couldn't remember if you built it first or if I drew it first? I remember a thread here that discussed such a housing and that your model showed up near the end of it... but it's been a few days.
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Old February 18 2011, 06:47 PM   #63
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I actually couldn't remember if you built it first or if I drew it first? I remember a thread here that discussed such a housing and that your model showed up near the end of it... but it's been a few days.
Now I'm having trouble remembering. What inspired me to build it was a photoshop that warped9 did. I thought I remembered him saying he got the idea from Masao's museum. So the $42 question is did you draw it before Warped did the photoshop, or was it the other way around?

Not that it matters in the great scheme of the universe, but it'd be nice to get it right.
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Old February 19 2011, 04:15 AM   #64
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I remember that photoshop, I think I was a Dire Lurker at the time.

It had that same camo pattern your model has, right?
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Old February 19 2011, 04:00 PM   #65
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No, the camo was my idea. Warped composited a destroyer using TOS screen grabs of the E, and made it look like a 60s TV-quality image.
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Old February 20 2011, 04:20 PM   #66
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Sweet model! Really nice work. Great photo as well.

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Old February 20 2011, 10:04 PM   #67
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Forbin what is the total length of the short nacelle
with bussard collector and aft end caps on. I'd like to convert one of my cad warp engines drawings into the same length. I assume that the dia is the same as the std Warp engine ? Thanks
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Old February 20 2011, 10:40 PM   #68
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The short nacelle is about 60% of the size of a standard nacelle. In model kit terms, the standard nacelle is around 5", the short one is about 3".
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Old February 21 2011, 01:36 AM   #69
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Confirmed. 3" without caps, 3 7/8" with both ends on.
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Old February 21 2011, 02:39 AM   #70
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The short nacelle is about 60% of the size of a standard nacelle. In model kit terms, the standard nacelle is around 5", the short one is about 3".
Is that 5" with the caps on or is it 5 7/8" ?

Ziz on the Bridge module with the 2 turbolifts whats the angle between the 2 turbolifts. great work by the way
on all the parts that you are producing.
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Old February 21 2011, 04:47 AM   #71
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Actually about 6 1/8" with the caps on. 5 1/4" without. (just measured one)
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Old February 21 2011, 06:13 AM   #72
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Ziz on the Bridge module with the 2 turbolifts whats the angle between the 2 turbolifts. great work by the way on all the parts that you are producing.
I improvised on the angle based on the width of the turbolift. If it matters, guesstimate that inside there's one full size station between the two turbolift alcoves.
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Old February 21 2011, 10:59 PM   #73
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Very nice.
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Old February 22 2011, 12:56 AM   #74
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This little ship is actually based very loosely on Jackill's Lancer class light frigate.
I hope to see someone do the large hull on his Carver class as a secondary hull, except flip it for use as a secondary hull, with a lower sensor where he has his Bridge, and the impulse deck then being at the bottom. Place An Abbe type sucer up top with aft firing torpd between the saucer's wide impulse vents, and you have a nice Refit follow on.
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Old February 23 2011, 05:01 AM   #75
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Awesome design and model, Forbin.
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