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The double stack railcar with the S635 designation is one of the most common types of railcars found in the US. It is used to haul containers of various sizes between 20ft and 53ft. The S635 railcar may well be the most detailed and accurate double stack car available on the net. The model is accurate to nuts and bolts and has been built with great precision, using blueprints from the original manufacturer. The model comes with 7 accurate containers, two 20ft, one 40ft, one 40' high cube, one 45' high cube, one 48' high cube, one 53' high cube as commonly seen on this type of rail car.
The model is fully UVW unwrapped and the zip file contains a weathered set of textures as well as a clean looking set of textures and a re-skin kit. The model has custom 16 textures: 3 4096*2048 body skin 4096*2048 body specular map 2 different 1024*1024 container skin 5 different 2048*1024 container skin 1024*1024 container specular map 2048*1024 container specular map 256*256 grill opacity map 2048*2048 truck skin 128*1024 wheel thread mask all textures are in JPEG format
Some parts of the model, like the wheels and the bogey are subdivided and have a Turbosmooth modifier applied with their name starting with SDM. The name of the parts that cant be subdivided starts with PLY. The poly count depends on the subdivision level and the as rendered the product, with two Turbosmooth iterations applied, has 2664830 polys and 1419497 verts.
The model has two versions one that uses only standard max materials and the one depicted that uses V-ray materials. The model also: - Opens and renders without errors - Is to real-world scale - Is centered at origin
The scene was rendered with V-ray 3.0, render scene, lighting, cameras not included.