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Trade Real Money for Real Elite: Dangerous Ship Scale Models

by Lambert Varias
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Last year, we checked out Eucl3D’s tie-in with Kerbal Space Program that lets you order 3D prints of your created spaceships. Now the company has partnered with developer Frontier Developments to print scale models of some of the ships in Elite: Dangerous.

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At the moment, you can get models of the game’s Viper, Anaconda and Cobra ships. The Viper is available as a 3″ or a 5″ model, the Anaconda as a 5″ or an 8.5″ model and the Cobra as a 4″ or a 7″ model. All ships are printed in full-color sandstone.

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Here’s a review of the Anaconda model by YouTuber IrishTrekkie:

Eucl3D sells the small models for $30 (USD) each and the large models for $100. The company says it plans on releasing more ships as well as making them available in different color schemes.

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