stair 3D Model (ma mb)

3D Model by ivan3dbinary

stair for architectural designs.
polygonal and nurb model.
.ma .mb files

Stairs work as a bridge vertical distance by splitting it into smaller vertical distances, called stairs. Stairs can be straight, round, or consist of two or more straight, angled pieces.

Specific staircase styles include escalators and ladders. Some alternatives to stairs are elevators stairlifts and walkways that are inclined. Spiral stairs are one of its types that often referred to as vice, wind around a newel (also the central pole) in architectural definitions. They are commonly referred to as a turnpike staircase in Scottish architecture. They usually only have a handrail on the outer side and only the central pole on the inner side.

Stairs ‘ primary purpose is to provide a simple and easy way to move between levels. Stairs made it possible for users of these buildings to access the upper levels quickly and effectively. And like any good work of art, the details are also important so you should Customize your staircase to be visually attractive, from treads to banners.

FlatPyramid presents a 3D model of the stair, This is a high definition model and its fully textured thus use it for your closeups and visualizations where high-level detail is required. This model can also be used for a variety of purposes such as drawing, animated movies, projects, educational intent, filmmaking, and much more, the model is perfect for you. We created the model as real as we could.

Come to us at FlatPyramid if you are searching for the same. We have various file formats to offer you. We are always ready to serve you with our services.

Available Sample File for Download

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Available Source 3D Model File Formats


  • Vertices
  • Polygons20000
  • GeometryNURBS
  • AnimatedNo
  • MaterialsYes
  • RiggedNo
  • TexturesYes
  • File-formatsMaya (.ma .mb)
  • NID15548
  • LicenseRoyalty Free
  • Copyright TransferredNo
  • ResellableNo
3D Model ID: 183415

Published on: February 13, 2011