The Creusot steam hammer was a giant steam hammer built in 1876 by Schneider and Co. in the French industrial town of Le Creusot. With the ability to deliver a blow of up to 100 tons, the Creusot hammer was the largest and most powerful in the world.The 1876 Creusot steam hammer now stands as a monument in the Creusot town square.
- Model was built in real world scale on metric unit system (unit-meters)
Number of polygons per section : - 12257 polygons (without TurboSmooth). - 15292 vertices (without TurboSmooth). - 32206 polygons (with TurboSmooth). - 24260 vertices (with TurboSmooth).
- The main format is 3ds max 2013, also available in many formats. - Preview images rendered with 3D max 2013 Vray 2.3 - No Third-party render or plug-ins needed.
texture size 2048x2048- 1 jpg. 2000x2000 - 1 jpg Material and Texture setup is included in only 3DS MAX vray version. UVW Mapping are applied. All objects are unique named.
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