Escape module BD-409 EEV from Aliens 3 / Jan Rúkr / 1?

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  1. skoda

    skoda Genius Designer Master Builder

    [FONT=Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif]BD 409 EEV[/FONT]
    Specifications: Passenger Capacity: 5 Length: 13.2 m with an L-shaped wedge configuration Range: 1.4 parsecs
    Design: Three support struts house ICC standard retaining lugs for connection to the mother ship. The 'L' section of the EEV contains life support and drive systems. It is connected to the mother ship by an umbilical up until the moment of launch. The hull is designed to withstand re-entry at severe angles.
    Evacuation Procedure: If a crisis arises and the crew is in hibernation, the onboard computers handle the evacuation. Rigid protocols for the crisis management systems ensure that a ship is only evacuated when failure to do so would result in a loss of life.
    EEVs are kept on a permanent 30 second standby. When prepped for launch, mission data is downloaded into their computers and the crew's hypersleep capsules are moved via transport tubes to the escape hatches where they are loaded into the EEV. Once the capsules are secure and hooked up to the life support system, the EEV initiates its launch program. The entire evacuation procedure takes 45 seconds.
    Rescue Procedure: Once clear of the mother ship, the EEV turns on the distress and locator beacon and scans the immediate sector of space for a habitable landing site. The EEV will attempt to home in on the nearest navigation beacon and set course for that location. The crew is kept in hibernation because of its limited life support capacity and the computer will awaken them when rescue is imminent. If the EEV senses a rescue ship nearby, it will send out a hailing signal and alter course to meet it. In the case a colony beacon is detected, it will follow it down to the colony's landing pad. If neither of these exist, the EEV will touch down on the nearest habitable planet. If it is forced to land on an uninhabited or unexplored world, the onboard computer may elect to keep the crew in hibernation until rescued. If the crew is revived, storage lockers contain rations and first-aid equipment.


    This module is in the movie Aliens 3 was fired from the ship Sulaco Laughing I'll do it in A3 format and make tuning Laughing

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  2. Rogerio Silva

    Rogerio Silva Active Member

    That's nice, man! Are you the author?
  3. DanBKing

    DanBKing Active Member

    .......... Huh?

    Hey! Rogerio. Back to your studying! Concentrate, man!!!!:mrgreen:

    How did you not see the title of the thread???

    I hope you read your books better....sign1sign1sign1

  4. zathros

    zathros SENIOR Administrator

    I missed this model completely. I like forward to seeing it . :)
  5. Revell-Fan

    Revell-Fan Co-Administrator Administrator

    skoda, you said you were going to pimp it. I can imagine how you might decorate the outer hull, but who are you going to put inside??? :mrgreen:
  6. Rogerio Silva

    Rogerio Silva Active Member

    smoke gets in my eyes...

    Yeah, man, you're right... :rolleyes: I just thought that "skoda" and Jan were the same people... :p Sorry!
    I'm getting back to the books... :curse:
  7. skoda

    skoda Genius Designer Master Builder

    Today I just o'rýhoval all the parts and do those little plates on the 1 part
  8. skoda

    skoda Genius Designer Master Builder

  9. zathros

    zathros SENIOR Administrator

    I thought this would help with any scale issues. :p:twisted:

  10. skoda

    skoda Genius Designer Master Builder

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    skoda Genius Designer Master Builder

  12. silveroxide

    silveroxide Well-Known Member

    looking great so far. Do not forget to use formers or bulkheads inside to keep the sides from bulging inwards. keep it up and waiting to see more o your stuff.
  13. Rogerio Silva

    Rogerio Silva Active Member


    Second that!
  14. skoda

    skoda Genius Designer Master Builder

  15. Rogerio Silva

    Rogerio Silva Active Member

    Nice, skoda! Prime quality job, as usual. Could you please post more pics that show all the faces? Thanks in advance.
  16. zathros

    zathros SENIOR Administrator

    Really incredible workmanship! Your patience is immeasurable!
  17. skoda

    skoda Genius Designer Master Builder

  18. dnalor

    dnalor Active Member

    it's great looking..
    are you going to make also the hull of the ship it came off from?
    just a piece of the ship for hanging it on the wall..:)
  19. Rogerio Silva

    Rogerio Silva Active Member


    Great work, and thanks for the pics!
  20. vbsargent

    vbsargent Member

    Well . . he did make the Sulaco, but not in scale with the escape podsign1


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