Typical Kerosene Ceiling Lamp often used from the 1860's to the early 1900's. Used commonly in railroad passenger cars, but also in stores, bars and homes.
Modeled in SolidWorks, and includes separate bodies for the lamp and the glass 'shades'. UV mapping includes the 'wick' to allow the application of emissive or IES profile lights.
The original SolidWorks™ model was saved as a Parasolid, then re-imported into SolidWorks 2011, resulting in a greatly reduced file size. Parasolid (x_t) files provide maximum cross-platform CAD compatibility. It was converted into the .obj format using SimLab Composer. Preview thumbnails rendered in KeyShot 4 Pro from Luxion.
The .obj is included for those who prefer to work from this format, but it is likely most will want to use and/or import the SolidWorks model. The .obj and SolidWorks model has been tested in KeyShot, but have not been tested in other apps such as Maya, modo, C4d and the like.
Please review your modeling or rendering app to verify that it will import a SolidWorks model.
All parts and/or surfaces were color mapped within SolidWorks™, and migrated to the .obj format. The .obj imports in standard blue, but retains all original mapping. This mapping may or may not translate into Maya and other subD apps.
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