The Shuttle Crawler Transporter were designed to carry the Mobile Launch Platform from the Vehicle Assembly Building to the launch pad at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, USA. Kennedy Space Center has 2 crawler-transporters. Each vehicle consists of eight tracks, two on each corner. The Crawler powered by 16 traction motors. Maximum speed of the crawler is 1.6km (one mile) per hour The Crawler measures are 40 meters (131 ft) wide, 35 meters (114ft) long.The height of the crawler is 6 meters (20ft) to 8 meters (26 feet) adjustable. Weight: 2,721 metric tons (6 million pounds). The crawler is controlled from two control cabs located at either end of the vehicle. .................................... This model is very highly detailed and has all the features of the real Crawler Transporter. High detailed drawings and reference images were used to design this model. All textures and materials are included. All diffuse maps, bump maps, opacity maps are included. Previews were rendered with vray. The 3d studio Max version is setup with Vray. All Vray settings included in the max version only. The 3d studio Max version need V-Ray plug-in to render textures, or you can just delete and re-texture. its only a few materials. Exported formats does not include Vray setup and lights. Model is high resolution and perfect for close-up detailed renders, pre-render projects, planning, simulations and animations. Tracks are separated and pivoted for animation purposes, but not animated. For more details please download large previews.
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