April 25 2024

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Star Trek: Online Announces 3D Starship Printing

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Star Trek Online has announced that “3D starship printing is now available. In a partnership with San Francisco-based integral reality company, Mixed Dimensions, Star Trek Online now offers players the chance to log into the PC version of the game and order a custom 3D-printed model of their favorite in-game ships. These handcrafted resin starship collectibles can be delivered almost anywhere around the world and base pricing will begin at $200, depending on size and customization options.

“Starting today, Star Trek Online players can bring these starships to life, with the help of Mixed Dimensions’ new GamePrint technology, which combines the company’s proprietary 3D printing solution with the hand craftsmanship from a team of master artists. After customizing their ships in the PC version of Star Trek Online, players will discover an option to upload their ship design directly to the GamePrint website. From there, they will be able to select from three different purchase options:

Collectible Version

  • Base Price: $350
    Captains can commission one of the company’s master artists to hand-paint a premium, full-colored resin model of their starship, which includes detailed shading. Exceptional artistry and focus is placed on each individual ship.
  • Single Color Version
    Base Price: $225
    Players can order a 3D-printed model of their starship, painted in either gold, silver, bronze or black. The model is polished, finished and ready for display.
  • Primer Version
    Base price: $200
    Model painters and hobbyists can order a primed model of their favorite starship, coated in a base layer of primer and ready to be painted.

“Please note that costs for all three options may vary according to ship size and customizations. All starships will be delivered in customized packaging and include an exclusive Star Trek Online-branded display stand.”

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