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Kerbal Space Program Now Has a Ship Printing Program

by Lambert Varias
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Attention kerbalnauts! You can now order scale models of your ships from Kerbal Space Program, thanks to a partnership between 3D printing shop Eucl3d and the game’s developer Squad.

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Eucl3d can print ships in three sizes: 12″, 10″and 8″. However, because of technical limitations the shop can’t print ships with parts obtained from mods. Eucl3d will also make minor changes to parts that could have or create structural weaknesses when printed, such as long struts, clamps and fuel lines. Here are Eucl3D’s sample prints:

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Upload your ship’s .craft file on Eucl3d’s website to pre-order. Small prints cost $99 (USD), medium prints cost $140 and large ones go for $200. Be sure to check out Eucl3d’s ship guidelines and Reddit thread for more on their offer.

[via Polygon]

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