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10-Pounder Parrott Rifle Civil War cannon 3D

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Cinema 4D 17 Default Scanline
Blender 2.79a Blender Render
3D Studio
Collada
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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:1261213
Published:
Geometry:Polygonal Quads/Tris
Polygons:967,082
Vertices:979,769
Textures:Yes
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Yes, non-overlapping
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TurboSquid Member Since July 2002
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Description
10-Pounder Parrott Rifle Civil War cannon. The gun was invented by Captain Robert Parker Parrott. He created the first Parrott rifle (and corresponding projectile) in 1860 and patented it in 1861.

Parrotts were manufactured with a combination of cast and wrought iron. The cast iron made for an accurate gun, but was brittle enough to suffer fractures. Hence, a large wrought iron reinforcing band was overlaid on the breech to give it additional strength. By the end of the Civil War, both sides were using this type of gun extensively.

Parrott rifles were manufactured in different sizes, from 10-pounders up to the rare 300-pounder. In the field, the 10- and 20-pounders were used by both armies. It came in two bore sizes: 2.9 inch (74 mm) and 3.0-in (76 mm). Confederate forces used both bore sizes during the war, which added to the complication of supplying the appropriate ammunition to its batteries. Until 1864, Union batteries used only the 2.9-in. The M1863, with a 3-in bore, had firing characteristics similar to the earlier model; it can be recognized by its straight barrel, without muzzle-swell. Its range was up to 2,000 yards (1,800 m) with a trained crew. (Source: Wikipedia)

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Originally modeled in Blender and exported to Cinema 4D and Lightwave 3D

High quality model
Real-world scale: approx 335 cm x 163 cm x 142 cm (121'' x 64'' x 56''), iron tube bore 7.73 cm (2.9'') , tube length 187.96 (74''), weight 890 lb
Metric units
Centered at origin
Clean geometry
Contains only quads and tris

Polygon count without modifiers:
Verts: 979769
Faces: 967082
Tris: 1934164

This model consists of 7 objects, Vertex groups identified by logical names

Modeled in Blender 2.79a
Blender and Cinema 4D and Lightwave version contains subdivision modifiers that can be easily edited, enabled or disabled

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Materials information:
Materials created in Blender format and identified by logical names
This model contains 3 JPEG textures at 2048 x 2048 px and 3 JPEG textures at 1024 x 253:

Color maps, Normal maps, Bump maps and Spec maps

UV unwrapped
Non-overlapping UVs

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Rigging and animation information:
No Rig included
No animation

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1. Cinema 4D file
2. Lightwave 3D file
3. Blender Internal Render file
3. Collada file
4. FBX file
5. OBJ file
6. 3SDS file
7. STL file

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The Blender, Cinema 4D and Lightwave files are inserted into Subdivision modifiers. The COLLADA, FBX, OBJ and 3SDS files are exported in low polycount. You can import and put them into subdivision modifiers
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