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Old 02-16-2009, 09:35 AM
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Make a Borg cube
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A Borg cube might not look very good and would be hard to label.

What's in the works at the moment is mostly more NASA craft, but the Peregrine class and warbird are current works in progress.

The lastest addition is a schematic of a quantum torpedo.
http://lcars24.com/schem30.html

The whole Trek-related gallery is up to 30 items, here:
http://lcars24.com/starfleet.html
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Sure, Borg was a joke...
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Old 02-16-2009, 12:57 PM
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A Borg cube might not look very good and would be hard to label.

What's in the works at the moment is mostly more NASA craft, but the Peregrine class and warbird are current works in progress.

The lastest addition is a schematic of a quantum torpedo.
http://lcars24.com/schem30.html

The whole Trek-related gallery is up to 30 items, here:
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Okay I'd definitely like to see the Variants of the Excelsior (not Centaur) and the Intrepid Variant with the Maquis underside.
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How about the Scimitar?
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Is there an accurate cross section?
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The doodling continues . . .

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I like it. The only thing I disagree with the position of the Warp Core. Right behind the pilot seat doesn't seem like enough protection of distance from the radiation. But it's well done with the internal layout. I admire the arrangement as a whole.
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Okay, there are four warp cores, two off to each side of the aft section. I changed that a few other little things. Here's the updated version:

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You changed alot, at first I wondered why but it seems you wanted to make better use of the of the nose of the fighter. Looks like you put the computer avionics in that section instead of it be misc. components. I'll go for that.

Then you changed the lower nose to compeltely dedicated to launcher and weapons....GOOD IDEA. Now the Sensor, weapons hard points are all on the outside.

The Core is smaller. multiplied by four.
also a good idea.

I appreciate now how difficult this is now. I've been working on a MSD for ENIGMA for the past week and be precise makes this difficult. I used Intrepid as a template. I thought it was the best and most precise and scaled MSD out there. Boy was I wrong. My ship (Enigma Class) started off at under 400 meters long. I realized something was wrong with the scaling between Enigma and Intrepid...The Shuttle Bay I designed look smaller than Voyager....that wasn't right.

I remember what you said about the shuttles and so I came back and took a couple of your MSD's and realized that Intrepid's Decks are much larger than the ones I scaled. I went to Ex Atris (because he's fairly precise) and he scaled the decks between 3.5-3.6 tall....Mine were only 3.0 tall. Then I looked at the halways which are the true ceiling hieght on Intrepid and saw that they were smaller than the deck... (I was like OHHHH)

But even then Intrepid's Shuttle size in the MSD is WAY to Big.
All in all...this MSD stuff is great. I'm seeing Enigma in a way I've never have. It's true scale and size is now 570 meters long with 16 Decks, so it's just one or two decks taller than Voyager. It's good to know.
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