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Boeing 737 Max 7 United Airlines 3D model

FORMATS
NATIVE
3ds Max 2014  |  Default Scanline
3D Studio
DXF
AutoCAD drawing
OBJ
STL
Boeing 737 Max 7 United AirlinesMatex.rar
3D Model Specifications
40,820 Polygons
21,955 Vertices
Polygonal Geometry
Textures
Materials
UV Mapped
overlapping Unwrapped UVs
Rigged
Product ID: 1760876
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Since 2002

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This model was built near to scale and includes many animateable features and detail. It was built with animatable turbines, ailerons, flaps, rudder, elevators, landing gear and landing gear doors. The model was developed for use in gaming, or video animation and use as in scenes with an exterior view only. It is best in a flight mode or as an aircraft model populating an airport scene. These models render very well and look very realistic using good animation and rendering technique. Exported formats are prepared well to work correctly with every standard modeling software. This model was not designed for 3D printing.
Liveries are based on actual service liveries. Many of the countries who flew the plane are represented here. Model is fully textured with all materials UVW mapped and applied. Most materials are planar mapped and major materials include texturing. All textures and materials are included as shown,
3ds Max models are grouped for easy selection, and objects are logically named for ease of scene management. No cleaning up necessary, just drop your models into the scene and start rendering.
No special plugin needed to open scene.
The Boeing 737 MAX7 was to be the first of a new generation of the 737 family with more efficient and powerful turbine engines and more flight safety systems. However through errors in development of the flight control software the aircraft had a fatal flaw which may have caused the crash of two new aircraft and the deaths of all on board in both. Much reworking was done to the aircraft both structurally and in hardware and software to fix the problems they found. At this time, the Boeing 737 MAX7 has been certified once again and is beginning to fly.
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