This is a very simple instructable to make Star Trek Enterprise 1701 - A from your uncategorized material bins.

The idea came from one day i found a wingnut in the gap of the carpet, it looks so familiar to me, then i realized it's could make a perfect part on Enterprise.

So, yeah, Make it so.

Step 1: What You Need

Nuts, screws, washers, bolts and etc., any leftover piece in you uncategorized material bins can be useful.

To assemble, you need some super glue or metal/jewelry glue.

In addition, you probably need a blueprint of Enterprise.

Step 2: Secondly Hull and Warp Engines

Pick up the proper items, such as bolts and nuts, align them to see if they work.

Glue each item one by one. You'd better make sure one fixed solid, then add another.

Step 3: Primary Hull and Bridge

Same as the previous step. Use washers in different sizes to make a plate.

You may glue the washers into three groups, bridge-primary hull-main phaser, then combine them with the screw.

Step 4: Final Assemble

Now we are almost done. Just glue the 2 pieces together.

Step 5: Boldly Go!

Step 6: Update - Exploring the Fridge

Thanks to rc jedi 's brilliant idea with magnets!

Can you post a detail list of supplies for the ship.
<p>USS Nuts (AOB-1701-A)</p>
<p>ha, ha, ha! good one, kid.</p>
<p>Cheers, nuts!</p>
<p>Great Instructable, I will try and do this very soon!</p>
<p>wow! i never thought nuts, bolts, and washers could make something this nerdy! outstanding job!</p>
Go Boldly- to the Hardware store<br>Gonna make it!
<p>Super cool!</p>
<p>hows about an underside photo</p>
<p>do you think you could give me a more exact parts list</p>
<p>&quot;Make it so&quot; With magnets, it can be exploring the fridge.</p>
<p>Aye aye, sir!</p>
this is quite genius! a stopmotion application maybe?
That is AWESOME! very clever use of materials!
Fantastic!!! Boldly go where no office supplies hack has gone before! Now... if only there were some way to weld those little guys into a single piece...
I am totally gonna try to weld one of those up. great ible. if I get it done i will post a pic.
totally awesome!
I love it! I'm going to have to make one for myself!
<p>I love it! This is a great instructable - nice and simple, but very cool.</p><p>Thanks for the 'ible.</p>

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