May 23 2024

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ANOVOS Star Trek: Discovery USS Enterprise

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The third ship in ANOVOS‘ studio-scale starship filming miniatures has been announced, and it is the USS Enterprise, as seen in Star Trek: Discovery.

This beautiful ship, seen by those lucky enough to attend San Diego Comic-Con, measures 35″ long x 16″ wide x 8″ tall.

“Using digital assets for the Discovery provided directly by CBS from the show’s production team, our core engineers took these ships’ specifically-focused areas of interest and engineered the internal architecture, which were then given life via 3D printing and integrated with lights.

“The final effect is a deeper look into not only these beautifully hand-painted ship, but also an interactive experience with the ability to lift portions of the hull plating to reveal the ship’s bussard collectors and deflector dish.”

The body of the ship is “composed of polymer resin, with steel reinforcement.”

The ship features over one hundred-and-eighty LED lights, which use a 12V power source, with a “single channel” remote. There is “active illumination for Impulse Engines, Warp Nacelles, Formation, and Anti-Collision lights.”

The ship comes with a “custom-cut Discovery-style Starfleet non-split delta display stand,” and “a separate display plaque featuring starship’s name and registry.” The ship will be “packaged in [a] wooden prop box lined with convoluted foam.”

To order your Star Trek: Discovery USS Enterprise ship, head to the link located here. The Discovery USS Enterprise isn’t cheap; it will cost nine thousand dollars plus shipping.

Click on thumbnails to see larger-sized photos. Many more pictures can be found at the referring site.

 

 

 

 

Your TrekToday reporter will finish up a two-day (non-Trek) convention tomorrow in the city, so any Discovery news will be posted around 7-8 PM ET.

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