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Eurocopter EC-130B Heli Alps SA

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3DS
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OpenFlight
Lightwave
3ds Max
OBJ
DirectX
Softimage
3D Model Specifications
Product ID:397968
Published:
Geometry:Polygonal
Polygons:67,139
Vertices:36,720
Textures:Yes
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:Yes
UV Mapped:Unknown
Unwrapped UVs:Unknown
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Description
The EC 130B is a modern single-engine variant that first flew on 24 June 1999. And being developed from the AS 350 Ecureuil airframe. The EC130 features an enclosed tail fan rather than the traditional tail rotor found on the older AS350. This so called 'Fenestron' has the advantage of reducing outside noise by 50% compared to a tail rotor. The EC130 features much more cockpit glass than the AS350 which makes it popular with tour operators.

This high detailed EC-130 B4 Eco Star 3D model has seperated rotor system components ready to be animated (same for the Fenestron). All doors are cutted out and are being animated as could be seen in the preview images. The model also includes a 3D cabin with seats, cockpit instrumentation and flight controls.

Exterior features: antena's, exterior lights, detailed skids and pitot tube.

Animation as being seen in the preview images are only working properly in both .max and .3ds files. Animations are devided into 2 situations.

- frame 0-80: main rotor and fenestorn animation.
- frame 80-100: passenger and cockpit door opens.

Model comes with high resolution photo realistic textures which comes with each format file after purchase. Model can also be used for MSFS Gmax or other simulator program's.

For better view you can download the larger images below.

© 3Dplanemodels - 2008

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