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In the late 1940s, Charles Eames noted all the 'fantastic things being made of wire.' That fascination led Charles and Ray Eames to develop a mass-production technique for simultaneously welding wire rods. One result was the wire-base table introduced in 1950. Practical in so many milieus, the tables gave the Eameses the perfect place to serve chanoyu, the traditional Japanese tea ceremony, to special guests, such as sculptor Isamu Noguchi and film star Charlie Chaplin. Today these lightweight, diminutive tables stand on their own, next to beds and chairs as an accompanying surface, or on top of each other in a convenient stack.
~ Modeled and rendered with 3ds Max 9 / V-Ray, V-Ray scene requires V-Ray plugin, the Scanline scene requires no plugins. ~ 3ds Max 9 is the native file ~ High quality modeling that is detailed, excellent for closeups, and architectural visualization. ~ Model is scaled to real world. ~ Added 3ds Max 9 format with V-Ray materials, and with standard materials for Default Scanline Renderer. ~ The rendering scene you see in the second image is not included. ~ Materials are named logically. ~ Objects in the files are named logically. ~ Textures are named logically. ~ Texture size is 1000*1000 pixel / 150 dpi. ~ 3ds Max files are with smooth (subdivision) level 2. ~ The model has quads and tris only.