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Kitbash Cables 3D Model

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Royalty Free LicenseAll extended uses
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Works out of the box
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JeremyS

Specifications

  • Geometrypolygonal
  • Polygons1,000,000
  • Vertices536,000
  • TexturesNo
  • RiggedNo
  • AnimatedNo
  • 3D Printable ReadyNo
  • Game Ready (low poly)No
  • UV MappedYes
  • Unwrapped UVsnone

Formats & Files

OBJ
(.obj)
3 MB

Kitbash_Cables.obj
FBX
(.fbx)
2 MB

Kitbash_Cables.FBX
3ds Max
(.max)
4 MB

other
KitBash_Cables.max

Description

Here's part two of my Kitbash set. This one is all about Cables, and wires. This one has 13 different sets of cables, from bundles, to thin singles, to thick quads. You can grab these, throw an FFD modifier on them, and adjust them to fit your mech, or spacecraft, or cyborg, or giant mechanical door, or whatever your project is. There's a wide variety of cable types, and styles here, to fit your high res needs. these are all subdivision based, so if you grab the FBX, or OBJ versions, you'll need to throw a turbosmooth (or your app of choices smooth option), on them to get them nice and smooth. The control loops are already on the geometry, so you can throw a turbosmooth on it, and they'll be ready to go. If you use Max 2011 or greater, the modifier is already on the meshes, in the Max file. There are no uv's, or textures. Just a basic material for the colors in the presentation images.
Oct 01, 2019 date added
Nov 20, 2019 last update

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