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NCC-1701 Enterprise Refit (Part 5 WIP)
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Decks H–K of the saucer section.
About this creation


The aft section of H deck contains the saucer connection joints and explosive bolts for separation. A sliding hatch closes off the turboshaft. Behind that is the main plasma conduit, a ladder leading down to the engineering section, and another airlock. This one is only usable after saucer separation, as it is normally hidden behind a connection latch.



The new phaser turrets are much larger than the earlier version!



Two emergency transporters have 22 pads each – effective for evacuating a remote station or a ship in distress.



There are two docking ports with staging areas and lounges. Unlike similar ports elsewhere on the ship, these ones are proper airlocks – with an additional “man-door” airlock to the side – and can therefore be used for EVA missions.



The docking port is hidden behind a hatch that is flush with the hull.



Spock dons a spacesuit to investigate V-Ger directly.



Kirk prepares to go after Spock.



Just in case you were wondering, a travel pod does indeed fit in the bay (minus a few pieces on the bottom…)



There are four more science labs on this level: astrophysics, physics, tachyonics, and chaos physics.



A larger Jeffries tube leads aft to the neck. This is the tube seen in Star Trek V, when Scotty performs his “jailbreak.” It’s the only place on the David Schmidt deck plans that I could fit this in, and happily it is only a deck below the brig, so it is feasible that it could be used for this purpose.



Making the tube placement even more problematic is a shot later on where Scotty is shown at a four-way intersection, with a console in the middle. I’ve tried to replicate that here with entrances to the crawlspaces.



Careful, Scotty! Low beams.



Deck I is a cargo deck with two transporters. There are also 3 observation galleries.



Deck J is the sensor monitoring bay, with direct access to the planetary sensor suite below.



Deck K is just a small chamber inside the sensor dome, not even full height.



Approaching an annoying supernova – always where you don’t want one mucking up your view. From this angle you can see how much more bulbous the sensor dome is than the original series version.



As a result the landing legs turned out to be short by about two bricks.



I extended them with a little cheat, but they could easily be altered so that the red Technic™ bricks slide out as well.



A proper view of the saucer about to land. LLAP!


Building instructions
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Comments

 I made it 
  September 28, 2016
I've added the LDD file for this area.
 I like it 
  September 24, 2016
Awesome! This is looking great. Keep going!
 I made it 
  September 20, 2016
All right, I fixed the dome and it is now two bricks shorter. I also made the feet a little wider, and I've updated a couple pictures. We'll see about revisiting the landing legs another time though.
 I made it 
  September 20, 2016
The thrusters around the rim should do it.
Quoting Gabor Pauler I would worry about the sensor dome at hard landing, otherwise it is classic. A question: what will provide lifting force for saucer during landing? Is it some antigravity drive?
 I like it 
  September 20, 2016
I would worry about the sensor dome at hard landing, otherwise it is classic. A question: what will provide lifting force for saucer during landing? Is it some antigravity drive?
 I like it 
  September 20, 2016
well I mean you're the only one I know who goes to the extremes to make these massive ships minifigure scale... and at that you make them so detailed, I believe its ok to fanboy a bit over these...
 I like it 
  September 19, 2016
Fantastic! I love it! cant wait to see the finished product....epic build
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  September 19, 2016
Keep it coming!!
 I like it 
  September 19, 2016
Epic work! :)
 I made it 
  September 19, 2016
Dood u r like my number one fan.
Quoting killswitch95 [SNRK] these don't even need specific titles just "LDD Drool Fest Mk. 5" or whatever number you want, because that's all we do, is just drool over these... I mean we can only say someones work is epic so many times before the word losses punch, quick, someone come up with a new word...
 I like it 
  September 19, 2016
these don't even need specific titles just "LDD Drool Fest Mk. 5" or whatever number you want, because that's all we do, is just drool over these... I mean we can only say someones work is epic so many times before the word losses punch, quick, someone come up with a new word...
 
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