3D Model Photoreal Cardboard Carton High Res v2 3D Model (3ds max fbx obj)

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Photorealistic Cardboard Box and High Resolution textures 3096 x 3096

3 models included.

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Obj, 3ds, fbx and max files, are compressed in zip files with all materials, textures and folders.

3096 x 3096 High resolution textures color, bump and reflect map. Standard 3ds max materials and Vray materials included. with .mat and .mtl

592 polygons.

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Detailed enough for close-up renders.

Corrugated paper was patented in 1856 in the UK and was used as a lining for hats. Corrugated cardboard in the current sense of the word was patented fifteen years later, on December 20, 1871, by an American Albert Jones from New York. It was a two-layer corrugated cardboard: cardboard, which lacked one of the flat layers. The first corrugated board machine was built in 1874 - from that moment mass production began, gradually spreading to the whole world. In the same year, a three-layer corrugated cardboard was first produced.

Currently, more than three hundred thousand people are employed in the production of corrugated packaging all over the world, in the world there are more than one and a half thousand manufactures.

In 2005, corrugated board was produced per capita.

The first generation of corrugated board manufacturing equipment was corrugated shafts made of cannon trunks. Gas burners were used to heat the shafts, and the machine itself was set in motion manually.

Further development of corrugated production led to the creation of more sophisticated equipment, which made it possible to carry out a whole range of operations with raw materials. In various sections of the corrugator, the paper web is heated, a wavy layer is formed, glue is applied and corrugated paper is combined with thin layers of cardboard.

Over time, the speed of production also increased rapidly. In the 1890s, the maximum speed was 3 m / min, in the 1930s - 100 m / min. At the moment, equipment is offered on the market, the speed of which reaches 300 m / min.

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Available Sample File for Download

$20.00
card Safety
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Available Source 3D Model File Formats

Specifications

  • Vertices594
  • Polygons592
  • GeometryPolygonal
  • AnimatedNo
  • MaterialsYes
  • RiggedNo
  • TexturesYes
  • File-formats3D Studio (.3ds), 3D Studio Max file (.max), Autodesk FBX file (.fbx), Wavefront (.obj)
  • Optimized-forAugmented Reality
  • PluginsV-Ray
  • NID29999
3D Model ID: 197054

Published on: March 14, 2012
3D Artist: VKModels