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Accurate 3d model created near to scale (within 5%) according to the real reference. The exposed engine is very detailed and much of the engine is modeled in very much detail. Even valve springs and push rods are modeled in the top end of the exposed engine. The radiator and fuel tank are also modeled and located accurately in the top wing. The cockpit is detailed with controls and the instruments are included along with the wood structure of the cockpit area. The instrument panel is modeled as well as the independent compass mounted in the floor on the right side. The model includes animateable ailerons, elevators, rudder, propeller, controls, and some engine parts. The model is completely textured revealing an accurate representation of the wooden structure of the wings tail and stabilizers as well as control surfaces. Native format is 3ds Max version 13. Model was exported to a wide variety of formats. Other formats are exported in one resolution. This can be further subdivided. Exported formats (3ds, lwo and obj) are prepared well to work correctly with every standard modeling software. Compatibility level with other softwares may be limited. The model is built to be used in in-flight animations and video or simulation. It can also be used to populate an airport scene. Previews were rendered using 3dsmax standard scanline. Model unit is variable depending on the model and references. The Pfalz DIII was developed in late 1916 and produced for the Imperial German Air Service between 1917 and the wars end.