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Dec 9, 2011
All primary flight controls such as rudder, elevator and ailerons are cutted out and are ready for animation.
The secundary flight controls such as spoilers, flaps and leading edge slats are also cutted out aswell as animated as can be seen in the preview images.
Furthermore you'll find a detailed modelled landing gear with gear suspension, retract actuators, gear bay and bay doors. The landing gear has been animated aswell for your convience.
On the exterior model you will find several antenna's for comunication and navigation. Exterior lights and pitot probes are aslo modelled. On the back of the fuselage underneeth in front of engine number 1, the cargo hold has been modelled aswell. The cargo door has been animated as can be seen in the preview images.
Both engines comes with a animated trust reverse system and seperated fan blade disks for easy animation purposes.
The passenger door has been animated, together with the handrail which folds up or down when the door is operating.
The interior is pretty basic. The cockpit holds a simple layout with main and pedestal panels fitted. The cockpit seats are modelled for see trough purposes in case of close up renderings. The seats in the cabin are also modelled together with the galley and coat room closets
which can be seen in the cabin cut away drawing.
The nose camera in the front is modelled seperatly and can be removed to have a Global with out one.
The model has been scaled to real world size. And has been textured with high resolution textures.
(comes in seperate folder)
Animation as being seen in the preview images are only working in .max .3ds .xsi .x and .cob formats.
- frame 0-80: flaps and leading edge extends. landing
- frame 80-81: landing gear suspension
- frame 81-100: passenger and cargo door opens, spoiler and reversers deploys
Overall this model is highly detailed. Very useable and complete for every purpose. This model is truly amazing, just have a look at the bigger preview images to have a closser look.
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