A high definition model of a Columbia hi-back positioning commode for disabled people.
The level of detail is suitable for the most extreme close-up renderings.
The geometry is clean, built mostly on quads (99%), with no N-gons, no coplanar faces, no coincident or isolated vertices. All parts of the model are 'smoothable' so you can add meshmooth/turbosmooth modifiers wherever you need, without having to further adjust the geometry.
The model uses only one 1400x1400 texture for the seatbelts..
The 3ds Max version comes with both standard and V-Ray materials.
The model can be converted for free, on request, to any format you may need. Contact support for a free file conversion.
The poygons/vertices counts shown on the page is determined using Turbosquid's proprietary script, which does not count the instances. The overall polgon count that includes the instances (but without any meshmooth/turbosmooth modifiers applied) is as follows: