The Baldt anchor is a cast, stockless anchor with a ball connection shank and crown. Patented in 1898 by engineer Frederick Baldt and was approved by the American Shipping Bureau as a model for U.S. warships.
- High quality polygonal model of the Baldt anchor. The dimensions of the model are real, they correspond to an anchor weighing 1000 kg. Units of measurement are meters. Anchor and chain freshly painted. )
- All geometry is smoothed (Editable Poly, TurboSmooth modifier), viewports subdivision 0, rendering subdivision 2.
- V-Ray renderer, scene lighting VrayLight (Dome) with HDRI (included) + VrayLight (specular only) , gamma 2.2
- Mental Ray Renderer (included in 3ds Max), scene lighting SkyLight with HDRI (included) + Omni (specular only), gamma 2,2.
- Default Scanline Renderer, scene lighting SkyLight with HDRI (included) + Omni (specular only), gamma 2,2.
- You can change the position of the chain with the control spline.
- Rotation of the shank is limited to 90 degrees.
- You can see the hierarchy of objects in the attached video.
- The file includes diffuse, reflect, glossiness, bump (PNG, 2048x2048) + HDRI textures. Also included are PBR textures (specular-glossiness), they include textures: albedo, glossiness, specular, normal, ambient occlusion (PNG, 2048x2048).
Dec 02, 2019
Jan 23, 2021