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Renault FT17 Light Tank

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Maya 2008  |  mental ray
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Renault FT17 French Light Tank

-It includes hand-painted textures.

-The turret can move independently
-The model is grouped

-Located in xyz=0,0,0 cordenates

.....::::::::::Production history::::::.....

Designed        1916


Char canon
Char mitrailleuse
FT 75 BS
Char signal
FT modifié 31
U.S. M1917
Russkiy Reno


Weight        6.5 tonnes (6.4 long tons; 7.2 short tons)
Length        5.00 m (16 ft 5 in)
Width        1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)
Height        2.14 m (7 ft 0 in)

Crew        2 (commander, driver)

Armor        8 to 22 mm (0.31 to 0.87 in)


Puteaux SA 1918 37mm gun or 8mm Hotchkiss machine gun

Engine        Renault 4-cyl, 4.5 litre, thermo-siphon water-cooled . Gasoline (petrol) pump. Engine oil pump . Zenith preset carburetor. Magneto ignition.

Power/weight        5 hp/tonne

Transmission        sliding gear; four speeds forward, one in reverse. One main clutch plus two subsidiary clutches (one for each of the two tracks) used for steering the tank.
Suspension        vertical springs

Fuel capacity        95 litres (about 8 hours)


60 km (37 mi)


The Renault FT, frequently referred to in post-World War I literature as the 'FT-17' or 'FT17', was a French light tank that was among the most revolutionary and influential tank designs in history. The FT was the first production tank to have its armament within a fully rotating turret.[note 1] The Renault FT's configuration – crew compartment at the front, engine compartment at the back, and main armament in a revolving turret – became and remains the standard tank layout. Over 3,000 Renault FT tanks were manufactured by French industry, most of them during the year 1918. Another 950 of an almost identical licensed copy of the FT (the M1917) were made in the United States, but not in time to enter combat. Armoured warfare historian Steven Zaloga has called the Renault FT 'the world's first modern tank.
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