A detailed subdivision-modeled adjustable crescent wrench. Sometimes referred to as an 'adjustable spanner' or an 'English key', the adjustable crescent wrench is a standard tool in every mechanic's toolbox since it's invention in 1842. This particular model is highly detailed to withstand extreme closeups, featuring a photo-realistic textured metal shader that captures the appearance of the actual artifact. The model wrench is built to real-world scale and can easily be combined with your scenes.
This 3D model is ready to render in 3D Studio Max with both Mental Ray and the standard Scanline Renderer, as well as in Newtek's Lightwave. Each version is fully native and has been extensively tested. In addition, the model is rigged: just turn the screw and the wrench opens and closes.
In addition to the Lightwave 9.6 and 3DS Max 2009 & 2010 versions, this model includes Collada .dae, FBX .fbx, OBJ .obj, and AutoCAD .dwg versions.
Comes with an example rendering setup, including the custom HDRI Image-Based-Lighting, or just drop the model into your own scenes. Constructed from 3710 subdivided polygons all triangles or quads and 3681 points.