Build the Star Trek U.S.S Enterprise

Build the U.S.S Enterprise
Build the U.S.S Enterprise
Star Trek Enterprise-D replica model front view


LENGTH: 27.5 in
WIDTH: 19.6 in
MATERIALS: Die-cast metal
WORKING PARTS: Illuminated windows, light-up engines, illuminated deflector dish, detachable saucer section


Your collector’s guide is packed with inside information and unique insights from the people who made STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION.

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Your magazine starts off by looking at how Andy Probert designed the Enterprise-D and features an in-depth interview and his original production artwork.

Later magazines will examine the different filming models in-depth, the design of the Enterprise’s interiors, and the secrets behind the visual effects.

Star Trek Enterprise-D Detailed Instructions magazine spread

Every kit comes with simple instructions that show you exactly how to put the pieces of your model together. The instructions couldn’t be easier to follow, every part is labeled and color-coded.

The building process is incredibly straightforward. All the pieces are pre-painted, with all the decals in place. You simply clip or screw them together. There’s no need for any glue and you won’t need any tools that are more complicated than a screwdriver.

Star Trek Enterprise-D Designing the D magazine spread

A long-time fan of the original STAR TREK, Andrew Probert was able to realize his ambition of designing a brand new version of the U.S.S. Enterprise when he was invited to join the staff of STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION.

Star Trek Enterprise-D ship building magazine spread

Learn how Andrew Probert's designs for the new U.S.S. Enterprise was turned into three different sized studio models. Your own model of the Enterprise is a detailed and accurate replica of these original visual effects models which appeared on screen in STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION.

Star Trek Enterprise-D Building Bridges magazine spread

Discover how STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION's senior illustrator, Andrew Probert, set about designing the bridge for the new U.S.S. Enterprise.