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Super Sabre (for Poser)
• Offered By: bazze
• Downloadable File Size:
14.41 M (approx.)
• Polygon Count:
• Uploaded on: 10/11/15
• System Requirements: Windows/ Mac, Poser 5 or above
• File Format: Poser
This product contains: cr2, pp2, pz2, and/ or other Poser files.
• Texturing: Texture Maps
This product uses image maps for textures.
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The North American F-100 Super Sabre was a supersonic jet fighter aircraft that served with the United States Air Force (USAF) from 1954 to 1971 and with the Air National Guard (ANG) until 1979. The first of the Century Series collection of USAF jet fighters, it was the first USAF fighter capable of supersonic speed in level flight. The F-100 was originally designed by North American Aviation as a higher performance follow-on to the F-86 Sabre air superiority fighter.
Adapted as a fighter bomber, the F-100 would be supplanted by the Mach 2 class F-105 Thunderchief for strike missions over North Vietnam. The F-100 flew extensively over South Vietnam as the Air Force`s primary close air support jet until replaced by the more efficient subsonic LTV A-7 Corsair II. The F-100 also served in other NATO air forces and with other U.S. allies. In its later life, it was often referred to as "the Hun," a shortened version of "one hundred."
The F-100A officially entered USAF service on 27 September 1954 with 479th Fighter Wing at George AFB, California. By 10 November 1954, the F-100As suffered six major accidents due to flight instability, structural failures, and hydraulic system failures, prompting the Air Force to ground the entire fleet until February 1955. The 479th finally became operational in September 1955. Due to ongoing problems, the Air Force began phasing out the F-100A in 1958, with the last aircraft leaving active duty in 1961. By that time, 47 aircraft were lost in major accidents. Escalating tension due to construction of the Berlin Wall in August 1961 forced the USAF to recall the F-100As into active service in early 1962. The aircraft was finally retired in 1970.
The TAC request for a fighter-bomber was addressed with the F-100C which flew in March 1954 and entered service on 14 July 1955 with the 450th Fighter Wing, Foster AFB, Texas. Operational testing in 1955 revealed that the F-100C was at best an interim solution, sharing all the vices of the F-100A. The uprated J57-P-21 engine boosted performance but continued to suffer from compressor stalls. On a positive note, the F-100C was considered an excellent platform for nuclear toss bombing because of its high top speed. The inertia coupling problem was more or less addressed with installation of a yaw damper in the 146th F-100C, later retrofitted to earlier aircraft. A pitch damper was added starting with the 301st F-100C, at a cost of US$10,000 per aircraft.
.: Product Features :.
• Poser figure: obj, cr2/ png, with 81,726 polygons.
• Canopy can open and close, with an ERC dial on the Body.
• Tail rudder can rotate left-right, with an ERC dial on the Body.
• Airbrake can rotate open and close, with an ERC dial on the Body.
• Left and right wing flaps and ailerons can rotate up and down.
- One ERC dial rotates all wing flaps and ailerons up or down.
- A second ERC dial rotates the wing flaps and ailerons in opposite directions, as if the aircraft was turning.
• Left and right rear elevators can rotate up and down.
• Left and right wing tanks can be hidden or shown or repositioned in the scene.
• Left and right wing bombs can be hidden or shown or repositioned in the scene.
• Three sets of left and right wing pylons can be hidden or shown.
• Landing gear can be hidden or shown.
.: Poses :.
• In Flight: level flight with landing gear hidden and landing gear doors closed.
• Landed: tilted on ground with landing gear visible and landing gear doors open.
• Hide/ show poses:
- Left and right wing bombs.
- Left and right wing tanks.
- Three sets of wing pylons.
- Landing gear.
.: Textures :.
• Color texture (USAF markings) at 4096*4096
• Bump map at 4096*4096
• Spectacular map at 4096*4096
• Cockpit interior texture at 1024*1024
• Canopy transparency texture at 512*512
This product is designed for use in Poser 5 and above. It has not been tested for use in DAZ Studio; although DAZ Studio may import the files, we do not use DAZ Studio and can`t support any issues that may occur.
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|By: anthsco on 1/2/17
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|Rating: 9 (out of 10)
Excellent model overall. Control surfaces work well in Daz3D and the model renders up nicely and cleanly first time every time. The ONLY bummer is that when you open the canopy in Daz it looks like melted cheeze.
Looks great in Poser as it should because it is intended for that program and I have it also. But I use Daz3D for 99% of my artwork.
This is a quality product from this artist and I highly recommend it for anyone using Daz or Poser. All of his products are excellent and worth purchasing.
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