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Bombardier Challenger 604 (for Wavefront OBJ)
• Offered By: DigimationModelBank
• Downloadable File Size:
190 K (approx.)
• Polygon Count:
• Uploaded on: 5/8/15
• System Requirements: Windows/ Mac,
Any software that can import Wavefront obj files.
• File Format: Wavefront obj
This product contains: only obj files.
• Texturing: Texture Maps
This product uses image maps for textures.
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The Bombardier Challenger 600 series is a family of business jets. It was first produced by Canadair as an independent company and then produced from 1986 by Canadair as a division of Bombardier Aerospace. The origin of the Challenger 600 lies in Canadairís purchase of a concept for a business jet aircraft, the LearStar 600 from the American inventor and aircraft developer Bill Lear.
Challengers can be identified visually by their distinctive fowler flap design, where the fairings can be seen below the wings, a sight much more common on commercial airliners.
This digital model is based on the Bombardier Challenger 604 aircraft with a striped texture.
.: Product Features :.
- Approx 1,390 polygons.
- Low-polygon and game-ready model.
- Made entirely with 3 and 4 point polygons.
- The right and left engine fans are separate groups.
- There are no landing gear doors or wheel wells.
- This version includes an mtl file, which your software program should read to colorize the model.
- The model is UV mapped and textures (in jpg format) are included, at 512x512 pixels.
This model is fully licensed for use in games and apps.
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