WW1 Factory Building Low-poly 3D model
About this model
A fairly detailed model of a World War 1 era iron factory building, complete with lowpoly option. Please note that unlike most of our models, this is NOT UV mapped. C4D instructions included for iron and steel reflectance.
Detailed and accurate ironwork, including rivets and joint folds
Sliding doorways with correct axis
Seperate forge house
World centred with sensible axis
Can become low-poly with removal or hard optimisation of 'Framework' object (11,423 from 839,952).
In 1914 the British armaments industry was primarily geared to supplying the needs of the Royal Navy, export markets, and a small regular army. The navy’s and army’s relatively modest armament needs were largely met by state-owned factories and a handful of private firms. But by autumn 1914, it was clear that the essentially static trench warfare of the Western Front required huge numbers of artillery pieces, shells, and explosives. Many temporary, iron construction factories such as the one portrayed in this model, would soon appear everywhere on the British landscape.