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Jerry Can Model 3D

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  • Geometriapolygonal
  • Wieloboki105,948
  • Wierzchołki52,980
  • TeksturyNo
  • RiggedNo
  • OżywionyNo
  • Gotowy do druku 3DNo
  • Game Ready (low poly)No
  • Mapowanie UVYes
  • Nieopakowane UVnone

Formaty i pliki

3DS
(.3ds)
3 MB

Jerry Can.3DS
3ds Max
(.max)
9 MB

mentalray
Jerry Can 2012.max

Opis

A jerrycan (also written as jerry can or jerrican) was originally a robust fuel container made from pressed steel. It was designed in Germany in the 1930s for military use to hold 20 L (4.4 imp gal; 5.3 US gal) of fuel. The development of the jerrycan was a significant improvement on earlier designs, which required tools and funnels to use. Today similar designs are used for fuel and water containers, some of which are also produced in plastic. The designs usually emulate the original steel design and are still known as jerrycans Uses for the cans have expanded beyond the original intended use of carrying fuel. Today, a can's use is denoted by its colouring, and occasionally, imprinted labelling on the container itself. This is to prevent contamination of the can's contents by mixing different fuels or mixing fuel with water. The US version of the jerrycan is covered by military specification MIL-C-1283[1] and has been produced since the early 1940s by a number of US manufacturers, according to a current manufacturer, Blitz.[2] The National Stock Number is 7240-00-222-3088. It is considered obsolete by a new A-A-59592A specification, having been replaced with plastic versions.
Apr 05, 2018 Data dodania
Oct 25, 2020 Ostatnia aktualizacja

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