This is a highly detailed, high poly and photo real 3d model of a 1919 Simplex / Old Motorcycle
*The designers and manufacturers at Patrick Engineering experimented with the Simplex for five years before it came onto the market. It was first described in the Motor Cycle magazine in 1915.
One innovative feature of the Simplex unit is the multiple-plate clutch, automatically operated in conjunction with the compression release. The rider therefore only needs one lever to stop and disengage the engine.
The 2-stroke engine with revolving countershaft clutch, weighs about 23lbs. It is easily mounted onto a bicycle rear carrier.
Patrick Engineering did design a 2-speed model. But the original single-speed unit was so efficient in road-tests, propelling the rider uphill with ease, that the 2-speeder did not go into production.
Sole distributor for the Simplex engine was Messrs Henry Garner Ltd. and it was priced at 23 guineas. Sales started around October 1919, with initial plans for production of 100 per week.
- Originally modeled in 3ds max 2016
- Rendered in Vray 3.2 for 3ds max 2014
- Materials configured for Vray
- Vray scene included with max files
- Model without the studio setup included as a separate file / Just drop it in your scene
- Modeling units cm
- Modeled according to blueprints
- Accurate and real world scale
- Model is placed at the origin / x-0, y-0, z-0
- Model is fully textured with all materials applied
- All colors can be easily modified
- Modifiers are left open / Turbosmooth iteration at 2-3 / Easy to adjust poly count
- Objects are logically named and grouped for easy selection and management
* Warehouse scene is not included
* Product is made according to CheckMate Lite standards
Polys and verts with Turbo Smooth iteration 2-3
P - 2 289 299
V - 1 402 385
Polys and verts without Turbo Smooth
P - 516 792
V - 542 689
Hope you like it!