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NCC-1701 Enterprise (Part 2 WIP)
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Welcome back as we proceed to D and E decks!
About this creation


Hereís where we left off previously.



Deck D: There are 12 senior officerís quarters on this deck. In the centre is the shipís galley, although most food would be replicated from stocks of organic matter. (Replicators are not mentioned until TNG but I think we can assume they are already in use here, as they are based on transporter technology. We do see food delivered behind a wall slot in TOS, and I canít believe that these are just dumbwaiters.) Surrounding the cabins is a Jeffries tube accessable only from the deck below. Beyond that is a low-height area under the sloping hull, containing various equipment. The bright green assemblies are banks of auxiliary batteries. The large round objects are various types of shield generators: force field (dark red), structural integrity field (tan), and inertia dampening field (dark green). Between them are 5.4 cubic meter tanks: organic matter (red/white), inorganic matter (orange/white), and cryogenic fluid (blue/white). The blocky white objects are organic and inorganic synthesizers, for food and replicated objects (like appropriate clothing for a discreet landing party or that hard-to-find replacement part).



Deck E: Similar layout as Deck D, with 20 senior officerís quarters and 24 junior officerís quarters. (The lower in rank you are, the more of you have to share a bathroom, apparently!) In the centre is the shipís library, essentially a dedicated access/retrieval workspace, flanked by damage control and utility rooms. In the surrounding low-height area is mostly life support equipment. The blue tanks are 6 cubic meter fresh water tanks. The yellow lines are part of the EPS (electro-plasma system) power grid, and the red pipes are duotronic data trunks (predating the TNG-era ODN, or optical data network). Once again the Jeffries tube is only accessable from the deck below.



A closer look at the officerís quarters, which are modelled after the stage set.



I donít like the fact that there are two entrances for each cabin but thatís the way it was designed.



A view down the Jeffries tube.



A close-up of the navigation lights with a crewman for scale.



Detail of the impulse engine dorsal hull.

My progress on the rest of the saucer:











Thereís still lots of work to do on the outer hull, impulse engines, and finishing the cabins. Thanks for visiting and donít forget to like and comment!


Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I like it 
  July 31, 2015
A great work of Lego "Star Trek" creationism! This is just out of this world! Well done!
 I like it 
  June 23, 2015
Wow, what an epic project. It will be awesome once it's finished. Keep on bricking, well done so far! :-))
 I made it 
  May 29, 2015
Quoting Marc "Edge" R.unde You must be on a building frenzy! Do you ever sleep? Anyways, RESPECT! ~Cheers
I wish I got paid for this, I'd make a pretty decent living!
 I made it 
  May 29, 2015
Quoting killswitch95 [RELSH] dude awesome, and you can call it an Enterprise, i mean you said it yourself the original blueprints arent fully detailed for the entire ship which means you get to take some artistic liberties... cant wait till its finished, your moving really fast on this build!
Hey thanks! I saw some really intense discussions over on Trek BBS about what is real and what isn't, so I thought I'd refrain from claiming that it's the Enterprise. That way I can make my ideal version without treading on anyone else's vision. :)
 I made it 
  May 29, 2015
Quoting Kurt's MOCs Unbelievable! This is amazing work and I cannot wait to see the final result. You must be running a pretty powerful computer to do this!
Nope, just an off-the-shelf low-end iMac from 2010. These aren't even my biggest files but generally after 40,000 pieces I start having problems and then I'll break it into sub-assemblies. I actually have a 2.4 MB file that still works fine.
 I made it 
  May 29, 2015
Quoting Clayton Marchetti Wow! How many studs is it across the primary hull? This is looking incredible!
Let's see, it is 254 studs across. I can't remember how I figured that out but it is based on the 289m overall length.
 I like it 
  May 29, 2015
Wow! How many studs is it across the primary hull? This is looking incredible!
 I like it 
  May 29, 2015
You must be on a building frenzy! Do you ever sleep? Anyways, RESPECT! ~Cheers
 I like it 
  May 29, 2015
Unbelievable! This is amazing work and I cannot wait to see the final result. You must be running a pretty powerful computer to do this!
 I like it 
  May 29, 2015
dude awesome, and you can call it an Enterprise, i mean you said it yourself the original blueprints arent fully detailed for the entire ship which means you get to take some artistic liberties... cant wait till its finished, your moving really fast on this build!
 
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