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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:726223
Published:
Geometry:Unknown
Polygons:100,000
Vertices:100,000
Textures:Yes
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:No
Unwrapped UVs:Unknown
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TurboSquid Member Since February 2013
Currently sells 88 products
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Description
3D model of the AT cable car (cargo-version and passenger-version. The AT cable car (passenger-version) allows the transportation of 10 people, to a number of pickup/dropoff-points (the sequence in which these points are handled can be selected by the people themselves using a control panel in front). The people all have a climbing harness attached to their body. Once they wish to be picked up, they attach a rope to this using a carabiner (the rope is rolled off by a winch motor, which engages when the vehicle arrives at the pickup/dropoff-point). The winch motor (2 motors/axles in the vehicle, can be be mode to engage seperatly or can engage together) also immediatelly opens/closes the loading bay doors (floor). This is done trough additional wires (grey) attached to the axles. Once the person is on board (winched in), he can attach his climbing harness to another rope using another carabiner and disattach his first rope. This way he can securely move to the front of the vehicle to select his desired destination. Once the vehicle is near his arrival point, he can again attach his initial rope and disattach the safety rope for moving around the vehicle. Besides this main version, there is also a cargo-version. This allows to load the vehicle with a large container and also allows to load the vehicle with upto 4 people. Both are placed on the vehicle floor which sits on a scissor elevator. This scissor elevator is placed on a dropoff/pickup location. The floor is attached to the vehicle once the elevator has been fully raised. This is done using 4 solenoids. The propulsion happens with both versions using a electric motor that drives a set of wheels which ride on 2 cables (black in model). Towers are placed at regular distances and hold up these wires, they also hold the overhanging wires that provide power to the vehicle (via the pantograph). See the 'Purchasing_the_models' link at appropedia's AT_CAD_Team for additional information on the model
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