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Old January 27 2015, 09:56 PM   #181
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Re: Set blueprint exchange

B.J. - on the flickr page, there is a downwards pointing arrow graphic. When clicked on, it shows a box of links including "View All Sizes" - this link takes you to a page where you can click to see each size including the original full size. I should have been clearer with the instructions.

Count - I don't have the measurement for the doors yet, but I used the K-beam arch (which frames the door) to help determine the measurements.

A quick general question - should I continue posting my blueprints in this thread or should they go in a new thread? This one was set up to find original set plans on the web and collect them for all before they vanished.

Making a new thread may be best as I don't want to take this thread off-topic and bury set plan finds.

I intend to keep working on both finding original set plans and developing new ones.
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Old January 27 2015, 10:31 PM   #182
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Re: Set blueprint exchange

I want to give a big "Thank you!" to everyone who has contributed (especially Redgeneral) to this effort. I'm in the early stages of building a 3d cross-section of my Galaxy Class USS Atlantic in Sketchup, and these measurements are helping a lot as I construct the basic components.
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Old January 28 2015, 12:14 AM   #183
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Re: Set blueprint exchange

I for one say keep posting them here. They are all "BLUEPRINTS" after all
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Old January 28 2015, 03:20 AM   #184
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Re: Set blueprint exchange

Do these links include links to high-resolution scans of the old Pocket Books Star Trek: The Motion Picture Blueprints? I'm interested in orthogonal drawings of the bridge chairs. Thanks!

Update: Just checked the various links. Didn't see any TMP chairs. D'oh!
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Old January 28 2015, 12:23 PM   #185
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Re: Set blueprint exchange

I drew these years ago based on the Kimble blueprints. I hope they help you

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