McIntosh 275

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Included Formats
Feb 14, 2013
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3ds Max 2013 Native Maxwell 2.7
3ds Max 2010 Maxwell 2.7
3ds Max 2010 V-Ray 1.5
3ds Max 2012 V-Ray 1.5
Other Formats
Autodesk FBX
Other SAT nurbs
Other Files
Textures and HDRI
3D Model Specifications
Product ID:722893
Geometry:Polygonal Ngons used
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:No
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Product Rating
It's a high detailed photoreal Tube Amplifer, McIntosh 275 50th Anniversary Edition

You can use Max 2010~2013 for rendering with Maxwell render and V-Ray.
You can also use FBX, OBJ or STL formats for Polygonal tools
and 3DM, IGS or SAT for Nurbs modeler like Rhino.

Nurbs file has very big size, but it's due to a 'Tube Case' object which you can see in a preview image.
So if you remove it, file size decreased reasonably.

In case of FBX, there are two version included. (normal & triangulated version)

In .Max and .3DM file, there are the same named layers embeded.
So if you need more subdivided mesh for some parts, you can easily change it from original Nurbs model.

In my case, I used 3DM->FBX->3dsMax converting process.

Object / Polygon / Vertex count is (case of 3ds Max file)

object 127
vertex 227976
polygon 146422

8 textures and a HDRI is included with Studio Lighting Setup.

Texture size is from 314x512(for tube) to 2443x600(for base model)

Thank you.
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