QF 3-7 inch heavy anti-aircraft gun

QF 3-7 inch heavy anti-aircraft gun Low-poly 3D model

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QF 3.7-in heavy anti-aircraft gun Lowpoly 3D model

Rar file contain Blendfile, Texture folder , FBX , Obj mtl

Centered (in right place) and Seperated parts

Blender 2.93.0

1 Set of material and Texture

2k textures

Pictures rendered in Eevee engine

Vertices:19921 (16120)

Faces:18945 (15429)

Tris:36722 (29842)

Description: The QF 3.7-inch AA was Britain's primary heavy anti-aircraft gun during World War II. It was roughly the equivalent of the German 88 mm FlaK and American 90 mm, but with a slightly larger calibre of 3.7 inches, approximately 94 mm. Production began in 1937 and it was used throughout World War II in all theatres except the Eastern Front. It remained in use after the war until AA guns were replaced by guided missiles beginning in 1957.

The gun was produced in two versions, one mobile and another fixed. The fixed mounting allowed more powerful ammunition, Mk. VI, which gave vastly increased performance. Six variants of the two designs were introduced. The gun was also used as the basis for the Ordnance QF 32-pounder anti-tank gun variant used on the Tortoise heavy assault tank. During World War I, anti-aircraft guns and anti-aircraft gunnery developed rapidly. The British Army eventually adopted the QF 3-inch 20 cwt as the most commonly used type. Shortly before the end of the war, a new QF 3.6 inch gun was accepted for service but the end of the war meant it did not enter production. After the war, all anti-aircraft guns except the three-inch gun were scrapped.

However, the war had shown the possibilities and potential for air attack and lessons had been learned. The British had used AA guns in most theatres in daylight, as well as against night attacks at home. They had also formed an AA Experimental Section during the war and accumulated much data that was subjected to extensive analysis. After an immediate post-war hiatus, the army re-established peacetime anti-aircraft units in 1922. In 1925, the RAF established a new command, Air Defence of Great Britain, and the Royal Artillery's anti-aircraft units were placed under its command.

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Super detailed meshes and textures, wide format availability too. (I also downloaded some others from this artist, just to good to resist!) you know, for the user name being OK3D, these are actually pretty stellar!
QF 3-7 inch heavy anti-aircraft gun
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QF 3-7 inch heavy anti-aircraft gun
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Format limitations
  • Blender 2.93.0 (.blend)23.2 MBVersion: 2.93.0Renderer: Eevee
  • Autodesk FBX (.fbx)23.2 MB
  • OBJ (.obj, .mtl)23.2 MB

3D Model details

  • Publish date2021-07-04
  • Model ID#3136653
  • Animated
  • Rigged
  • VR / AR / Low-poly
  • PBR
  • Geometry Polygon mesh
  • Polygons 18,945
  • Vertices 19,921
  • Textures
  • Materials
  • UV Mapping
  • Unwrapped UVs Non-overlapping
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  • Ready for 3D Printing