saturn-5 rocket

saturn-5 rocket 3D model

The Saturn V was an American human-rated expendable rocket used by NASA between 1967 and 1973 was developed to support the Apollo program for human exploration of the Moon designed under the direction of Wernher von Braun. modeled in blender with extreme detail very decent for closeup render. all three stage is modeled including the f-1 engine and j-2 engine for 2nd and 3rd stage. all pipe and propelant container is modeled based on blueprint and relatively accurate. for easy selection it separate by several group

  1. 1st stage
  2. 2nd stage
  3. 3rd stage
  4. f-1 engine
  5. j-2 engine

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The texture are packed in native format .Blend file it done semi procedural with tileable image texture the other format comes with basic material without texture (the only uvmapped part is the decal). it's strongly recomended to use native blend file that already optimized for viewport. the other format should work just fine with most hardware avaliable, expecialy the .fbx work prety well even with such hi poli count.

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MatViz
MatViz
Awesome model!
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hm84
Impressive Work !!
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Recommended
Nice quality! The engine parts look best. The white metal housing around the tanks could be a little more detailed but nonetheless a really good asset!
Recommended
High Quality Model, worth the money, it has all the stages, and is very accurate to the actual thing.
saturn-5 rocket
$69.00
 
Royalty Free License 
saturn-5 rocket
$69.00
 
Royalty Free License 
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Native
  • Blender 2.79 (.blend)33.6 MBVersion: 2.79Renderer: Cycles
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  • Autodesk FBX (.fbx)18.6 MB
  • OBJ (.obj, .mtl)31.2 MB

3D Model details

  • Publish date2018-11-01
  • Model ID#1025906
  • Animated
  • Rigged
  • VR / AR / Low-poly
  • PBR
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  • Polygons 0
  • Vertices -
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  • Unwrapped UVs Mixed
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