covered boxcar equipped with a hand brake Low-poly 3D model
4-axles Indoor cargo boxcar canadian type equipped manual brake. The model corresponds to a prototype at the period 1944...1945 years. Wagons of this type were ordered and built in the United States and Canada for Russian Railways and Railways of the USSR. From 1915 to 1920, Russia bought about 14000 of these wagons. These wagons had carrying capacity of 40 tons and Tare weight 21,5 tons. Bogie belts-type of russian production was use for these canadian boxcar type.
MODEL DESCRIPTION: A model in 3ds Max (2009). The project made according to the archived drawings and photographs. This package has original files of model (3dsmax-2009) and files of export of these model in formats: .FBX .3DS and .OBJ. The model includes all main parts of the railcar: housing, base part, elements of coupling (auto-coupling and buffers), all details of brake system, suspension and has the interior part (of the load compartment).
The model is designed for installation in visualizing the scene, integration into scenes and performances, video production and more, as well as for use in games and simulators. The model has a LOD (23% of the main model), LOD has effective distance review ranging from 16 meters and then. Textures in form .JPG (2048x2048 and 1024x1024 pix). Applied materials-only standard of max (level version 3dsmax2009). Rail track which are present in the images, they are on this website. Free Look here: Industrial/Part/ File name: Railway track sleepers woody
The total amount of polygons in the model Base model: Faces: 95095 Polys: 41342 Verts: 62960 LOD: Faces: 22118 Polys: 8591 Verts: 14428
If you want the original texture Format and Format PSD (Photoshop), I'll give them to you for free. You can change rooms, stickers or repaint the model or other suggestions. You have to write this in the comments for me.
PROTOTYPE DESCRIPTION: 4-axles Indoor boxcar equipped platform for manual brake. Category: medium-weight cargo railroad transport. Wagons of this type were used on long-haul routes. The body is made of a metal frame and has wood paneling. In the period from 1920 to 1940 boxcars of this type were modernized and were often re-equipped in the railcars of special purpose. Registration number 976-032 and livery East-Siberian Railroad. The boxcar built in Canada for Russian Railways in 1916 year. Overhaul and modernization made in Irkutsk in 1935. Boxcar assigned to the station Mysovaya East-Siberian Railroad (at the time of 1944).
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Full length of corpus: 13,840m; Length on axes of coupling: 14,860m; Width (full gabarit): 9,372m ; Height (from rail head): 3,86m; Base of the railcar: 9,372m ; Tara of railcar: 22,5t ; The axis type - II or III; Coupling system: up to modernisation - screw coupling. - after the upgrade - autocoupling SA3 type; Wheelbase: 4-axis, two bogies of dual suspension; Rail track 1524mm; Wheels: forged steel with bandages. Diameter 950mm.