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2 highly detailed mining vehicles models - 4100 xpc and Liebherr T282 C
A highly detailed model of an 4100xpc electric mining shovel. The level of detail is suitable for the most extreme close-ups.
-The geometry is made only with quads 99% and tris. -There are no coplanar faces and no coincident vertices -All the parts of the model are grouped in individual logically named groups. -All the materials and textures are logically named. -The scale is set to 'real world' and the dimensions are set according to manufacturer's specifications. -The main part of the model is neatly unwrapped, with no overlapping faces. A layered psd file is also provided so that you can adjust the level of dirt you need. The rest of the parts are mapped with simple projection mapping UVW box modifiers. -The max file contains the modifiers stack so that you can adjust the number of iterations for the meshsmooth modifier.
The model is available in max version 9, fbx and obj formats, but it can be converted for free, to any format you may need. The max version contains both standard and vray materials.
polygons: 1070340 vertices: 1104930
Liebherr T282 C Description
A highly detailed model of a Liebherr T282C dump truck.
The level of detail is suitable for the most extreme close-ups. The scale is set to real world and the dimensions of the model match the manufacturer's specs. The materials and textures have been logically named.
The model is available in max version 9, fbx and obj formats, but it can be converted for free, to any format you may need.
The max version contains both standard and vray materials. The modifier stack is not collapsed for any object of the model in the max version so that you can easily adjust the number of iterations to the level of detail you need. The polycount shown takes into consideration the meshmooth modifier that has been added to several parts of the model.