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NCC-1701 Enterprise Refit (Part 7 WIP)
Decks A–C. First let’s have a close look at the bridge.
About this creation


From the Captain’s chair looking forward. The main viewscreen dominates the area, displaying external views, augmented reality, and tactical simulations, as well as communications channels. To the left is the helm, and to the right, navigation, with the astrogation console between them.



Starboard, left to right: gravity control, damage and repair station, internal security, and the engineering station.



Port side, left to right: communications, environmental engineering, weapons and defense. A technician uses an anti-grav platform to reach the ceiling panels.



Aft is the science station, between the turbolifts. After The Motion Picture this station is moved to where engineering is, and other stations are also changed. However, I have added the fire extinguishers from Star Trek II, and made the doors red instead of grey, just to add some visual interest.



Give it up Sulu, Ilia’s not interested!



Behind the bridge is a docking port, spacesuit locker, and bathroom. In order to fit the turbolifts I had to keep the outer walls vertical instead of sloped.



Deck B has the conference room, formerly known as the briefing room. This has moved up from G Deck. And although we never see them on screen, the captain has a ready room, and the executive officer has an office as well.



Deck C contains an officer’s mess, used for diplomatic ocassions. In the middle is the galley. We only see the galley once in Star Trek VI, when Lt. Valeris overcooks some chicken. Actually I wasn’t able to follow those blueprints because the computer core and ladder are in the way, but otherwise the equipment is the same. And the kitchen might have been updated between 2271 and 2293! Also in VI it’s the 1701-A.



The mess hall. In this cross-section you can see how the viewports are acommodated.



The officer's lounge where Kirk and McCoy question Spock about his Kolinahr training. On screen it is unclear where this is (I used to think it was the upper level of the rec deck), but set blueprints clearly show that this room is on B Deck, so what appear to be viewports are actually viewscreens.



Aft is the VIP lounge seen in The Motion Picture, when Spock’s shuttle docks. Speaking of which…



The long-range shuttle is much bigger than it appears on screen.



The standard shuttle is a closer match.



The travel pod.



A closer look at the impulse engines, which I’ve neglected to show.





“Code zero, zero, zero. Destruct. Zero.” Ending the sequence with “Destruct. One” lowers the magnetic shielding in the antimatter pods, causing an uncontrolled explosive reaction similar to a warp core breach. This would never be done near a planetary body, however. Instead, the sequence Kirk chooses activates a series of controlled explosions designed to render the ship useless to enemies, while safely ejecting the antimatter pods on an escape trajectory.



As per request, a profile view with a spacesuited figure on the hull.

I have no immediate plans to continue with the engineering hull, but there are some other projects I will be completing instead. LLAP


Building instructions
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Comments

 I like it 
  September 30, 2016
Wow, best Enterprise attempt to create with bricks! I really love its' shaping solutions, and the room geography. Keep us up to date, with its' further developing. It is exhilarating stunning for a trekie, as mine. Excellent Work! P.S. I hope your PC, can handle the final brick score.
 I like it 
  September 30, 2016
Very awesome, I wish it was real.
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  September 28, 2016
Quoting killswitch95 [SNRK] Question: I noticed with the part 8 of the TOS 1701, that most of the pics where angle shots, is it hard for you to get good side shots?, I mean we've all seen them, but still, they help to allow the viewers to understand the full length, and size, especially if someone were to say... put a crew mate on the saucer in a space suit on the outside, during said side shot... simply because at the scale which you build, and the accuracy, they don't look like MOC's, they look like photos... a true testament to the lengths you go when making these fine ships.
Actually it can be hard to get those shots. Parts of the ship will disappear in the fog of war if you move too far away. But I'll see what I can do.
 I like it 
  September 28, 2016
Great work! I love the docking port design and the observation deck. I always wanted to know where the bathrooms on the bridge were. Now I know!
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  September 28, 2016
Simply awesome :)
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  September 28, 2016
I really enjoyed the red sliding doors... Looks very dramatic. Nelson's flagship Victory had gun deck floors painted red to conceal spilling human blood from sight to prevent panicing of crew...
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  September 28, 2016
Question: I noticed with the part 8 of the TOS 1701, that most of the pics where angle shots, is it hard for you to get good side shots?, I mean we've all seen them, but still, they help to allow the viewers to understand the full length, and size, especially if someone were to say... put a crew mate on the saucer in a space suit on the outside, during said side shot... simply because at the scale which you build, and the accuracy, they don't look like MOC's, they look like photos... a true testament to the lengths you go when making these fine ships.
 
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