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Features: detailed animated landing gear, gear bays and doors. The secundary flightcontrols (flaps, spoilers and leading edges) are seperated parts and has been animated. The primary flightcontrols (rudder, elevators and ailerons) are seperated parts and ready for animation.
The engines have seperated fan disks which can be animated. The thrust reverser system, as can be seen from the previews, are animated for your convience.
On this model the forward and aft cargo door aswell as the forward passenger and service door has been animated. Also modelled and textured are the forward and aft cargo area and the forward pantrey (galley and jump seat section) next to the service door in the cabin. The cabin windows have been cutted out for you and have a nice black trimming around it so it can be seen clearly in close-up renderings. The cabin also have a floor structure on which a carpet texture has been applied. Both cabin doors are modelled in detail and have the evacuation slide covers, evacuation slide package and door handles in 3D.
Further more we modelled for you the probes, antenna's and windshield wipers aswell as the small eyebrow windows above the cockpit windshield windows. The cockpit is modelled in low quality but includes the crew seats and main instrument panels (low detail)
Model comes with a high resolution photo realistic single textures 3048x3048.
Model can also be used for MSFS Gmax or other simulator program's.
Animation as being seen in the preview images are only working in .max .3ds .xsi .x and .cob formats. Animations are devided into 4 situations.
- Flight mode, frame 0: clean model, everything retracted.
- Landing mode, frame 0-80: gear, flaps and slats down.
- Touch down mode, frame 80-81: gear suspension.
- Rollout mode, frame 81-100: Passenger, serice and cargo doors
opens. The spoilers and thrust reverser deploys.
Please download the screenshots below for a better presentation.
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