|ID do produto:||1430119|
|Geometria:||Polygonal Quads only|
|Mapeado por UV:||Yes|
|UVs não enrolados:||Yes, non-overlapping|
High quality polygonal model, correctly real-world scaled and centered at 0, 0, 0 for an accurate representation of the original object.
- Units: centimeters
- Fully UV textured (unwrapped maps) with all materials applied.
- The lighting scene included with the model
- Objects are grouped and named according to their real purpose
- All object colors can be easily modified.
- Clean and optimized topology is used for maximum polygon efficiency.
- Model is fully sub-dividable to increase mesh smoothness if needed.
- No extra plugin are needed to open scene.
- The presentation images were rendered with V-Ray
- Renders images have no postprocessing.
Included textures for models:
BODY_Diffuse.png - 4096 X 4096
BODY_Glossiness.png - 4096 X 4096
BODY_Height.png - 4096 X 4096
BODY_ ior.png - 4096 X 4096
BODY_Normal.png - 4096 X 4096
BODY_Reflection.png - 4096 X 4096
FRONT _Diffuse.png - 4096 X 4096
FRONT_Glossiness.png - 4096 X 4096
FRONT_Height.png - 4096 X 4096
FRONT_ior.png - 4096 X 4096
FRONT_Normal.png - 4096 X 4096
FRONT_Reflection.png - 4096 X 4096
The first CocaCola vending machine was invented in 1929 by the Glascock Brothers Manufacturing Co. of Muncie, Indiana. It was a 151-lb. ice box that held 72 6-ounce bottles sold for a 5 cents, payable to the clerk.
In the 1930s, Glascock continually improved the original CocaCola vending machines, which are just merely ice boxes at first. The next ice boxes were called the CocaCola Junior and Standard coolers designed to fit on countertops as a wall mounts or in shops with minimal floor space, as well as, coffee shops and gas stations. It held 36 bottles in ice water and still it has to be attended by a clerk.
CocaCola Vending Machines during WWII
In 1937, outbreak of World War II, Vendo Company and Vendorlator Manufacturing Company in partnership with The CocaCola pledged to provide all U.S. military men free CocaCola. So, the two companies came up with 5,000 machines for military bases and civilian factories. This product was called the Vendorlator 33. It did not need a coin to get CocaCola because they were for free so military men will just dispense CocaCola from the machine.
Postwar CocaCola vending machines were the first coin-operated machines. It was called the Vendo 83 CocaCola machine. Its operates by depositing a nickel, opening the door, and retrieving a CocaCola. It cannot dispense change, at first. But later on, the CocaCola vending machines evolved to dispense nickel change for a dime.
In the 1960s, it was discovered that cans easily cooled and that it wouldnt break when dispensed, manufacturers came up with the first CocaCola Vending Machines that dispensed canned CocaCola. This started the popularity of CocaCola Vending Machines, giving way to the rise of other soda and beverage vending machines.
The Perfect Choice for Soda Vending Machines