D10T2 - Dozer

D10T2 - Dozer 3D model

Description

Caterpillar D10T2 - Dozer

The 3d model was designed according to the real Model base, It’s created accurately, qualitatively, and maximally close to the original. The high-detail exterior is great for close-up renders, Also the model was created with 3DS Max 2011 using the open subdivision modifier which has been left in the stack to adjust the level of detail.

Model Parts:

  • The model consists of (17) parts (Turbo Smooth2 opened) so you can return to level 1 or remove it and return to base (Edit Poly Version)

Modify Tools:

  • Editable Poly, Turbo Smooth - Level 1 - 2

Formats:

  • 3d's Max 2011 - Standard Materials - Polys : 16198440 - Verts : 8381369
  • 3d's Max 2016 - V-Ray Materials V3.00.03 Polys : 16198440 - Verts : 8381369

Converted Formats:

  • Obj / C4D R21/ 3ds/ Lwo Light Wave 11.5 / STL / FBX / Blender 2.9 / Xsi SoftImage 2014 / Maya MB 2012

If you have any problem in this model, please do not hesitate to contact us, we are looking forward to continuously dealing with you.

Markos 3D

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altair11 2020-11-09 19:55:54 UTC
There is a mistake with the track driving sprocket. This is the big "gear" that the tracks go over, and this is what drives the tracks. This sprocket should be aligned with the exact centerline of the track, as its teeth will then be able to engage with the PINS that are positioned inside the LINKS bolted to the tracks. As it is now, the sprocket is completely outside the links, and won't drive anything. There is also another problem in that the top part of the track is supposed to pass on top of the small roller, not "through" it. Actually, your roller should be much longer so it can support the total width of the links. If your tracks have too much slack, it's because you have drawn the tension adjustment fully compressed; it is the "gap" in the roller frame and in that gap there is a chromed cylinder that slides the front part of the roller frame in & out to take out the slack in the tracks. Secondly, I would like to know if this model is dimensionnally precise from official Caterpillar data, because I want to fabricate a large radio-controlled working model of this dozer. I therefore need accurate data and might be interested in your model if it is accurate. Lastly, as there is no bottom view, can you tell me if the frame is accurately represented underneath your model? Thanks!
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D10T2 - Dozer
$149.00
 
Royalty Free License 
D10T2 - Dozer
$149.00
 
Royalty Free License 
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3D Model formats

Format limitations
  • Autodesk 3ds Max (.max) (2 files)77.1 MBVersion: 2011Renderer: Default (Scanline) Version: 2016Renderer: V-Ray 3
  • Blender 2.9 (.blend)124 MBVersion: 2.9Renderer: Default
  • Cinema 4D R21 (.c4d)33.4 MBVersion: R21Renderer: Default
  • Autodesk Maya 2012 (.ma, .mb)49.6 MBVersion: 2012Renderer: Default
  • Lightwave 11.5 (.lwo, .lw, .lws)98 MBVersion: 11.5Renderer: Default
  • Autodesk Softimage 2014 (.hrc, .xsi)101 MBVersion: 2014Renderer: Default (Scanline)
  • 3D Studio (.3ds)24 MB
  • Autodesk FBX (.fbx)113 MB
  • OBJ (.obj, .mtl)59.5 MB
  • Stereolithography (.stl)67.6 MB

3D Model details

  • Publish date2020-09-19
  • Model ID#2614435
  • Animated
  • Rigged
  • VR / AR / Low-poly
  • PBR
  • Geometry Polygon mesh
  • Polygons 16,198,440
  • Vertices 8,381,369
  • Textures
  • Materials
  • UV Mapping
  • Unwrapped UVs Unknown
  • Plugins used
  • Ready for 3D Printing
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