U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D

062006 U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D (26-04-2008)
from: Star Trek The Next Generation television series / size: ± 30 cm x 22 cm x 8 cm

Download:
parts (2,30 MB PDF file)
display stand (128 kB PDF file)
instructions (914 kB ZIP file)

Pictures:
Google Photos

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8 thoughts on “U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D

  1. Nice model i have to comment on the work you have put into it… I must admit some flaws i felt missing on the model. I was building the saucer section and found out that it bends into the whrong shape with bumps. what i would surgest is a form of inner rings to support the shape, i found this a very nice add to an earlier model of the Enterprise from the original series. But as all challenges i found the simplest solution to fold paper into a sort of beam that i glued and taped into shape of a kinda arc, and it works as a charm

    I would like to say i enjoyed building it and may i say very nice design

    Trekster

    1. I always use pretty thick paper which holds curved shapes very well, but even then, if you feel that your build will be better with some extra strengthening, it is definately worth the extra effort of course, because once it’s built it will be too late…! ;o)

      I’m glad you liked it, have fun building!

  2. I love this and wanted to make it and the other ST ships, but the instructions won’t download. Could you please send me instruction sheets for the ST ships. I think I can download the parts links.

    Thank you — GREAT WORK!1

    1. My older Star Trek models were amongst the first paper models I ever made myself, and I didn’t make step-by-step instructions for them.

      The Enterprise, Voyager and the Defiant (redraw) are the only Star Trek models that have separate instructions (and those links all seem to be working).

      My older models have instructions on the templates and parts themselves.

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