SA-15 Gauntlet (TOR-M1)
The PLA has purchased at least 30 Russian Tor-M1 (NATO codename: SA-15 Gauntlet) short-range surface-to-air missile (SAM) systems in 1997~99 to modernise the air defence of its ground forces. It is understood that these missiles are operated by the air defence missile brigade organic to 38th group army (GA) stationed near Beijing and 31st GA near the Taiwan Strait respectively. China may also be negotiating a license to produce the Tor-M1 systems and its missiles locally under the designation HQ-17.(Information from Sinodefence)
The Vectorium3D collection features low poly models optimized to look great but render fast.
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Vectorium3D low-poly models are fully UV-unwrapped with quality texture maps featuring consistent level of detail.
It's possible to achieve more realistic results with procedural shaders, advanced lighting and renderers - but those improvements come at a significant cost in terms of render time. We worked with basic materials only, no procedural maps, no Fresnel shaders, no advanced lighting – all optimized to keep render speed fast yet produce quality results.
Models are to scale (or very close), all materials are well named, all texture maps are well named and organized, all reflection maps (if used) reference the same map so you can easily change reflections on all materials - and we took care to test the converted formats to insure the conversions were successful. We're confident you'll find the models easy to work with and customize to your needs.
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