Mixed Dimensions and GamePrint Expand Their Star Trek Line

If you're looking to recreate some of the starships you've been flying around in Star Trek Online, we got good news for you. Mixed Dimensions has announced today that they're expanding their line with GamePrint to make a new line of full-color, resin, 3D-printed starship models in June. Basically, GamePrint can take the designs you've created in the game and turn them into 3D models for you to keep. They've been doing regular designs and custom models for a while now to great success from fans who want their own design sitting on their desk, much like how you see ship models sitting in a captain's ready room. We have a few quotes below from both companies about the expanded deal.

Mixed Dimensions and GamePrint Expand Their Star Trek Line

"Our partnership with Mixed Dimensions has allowed Star Trek Online players to live out their dreams of bringing their starships to life," said Stephen Ricossa, executive producer of Star Trek Online. "Our players often invest hours upon hours on perfecting their ship designs and now GamePrint's new line of 3D-printed ships provides them with even more accessible options to immortalize their favorite starships."

"The Star Trek universe is a favorite of the Mixed Dimensions team and we are honored to be bridging the Star Trek Online digital gaming world to the real world with our expanded GamePrint solution," said Mo Taslaq, CEO, Mixed Dimensions. "The customizable, in-game starship full color resin 3D print options for Star Trek Online represent the beginning of the growing integral reality experience we have created. We can't wait for captains to actually hold their unique starship creations!"

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