Abacus v1 3D Model (blend)

3D Model by banism24

3D abacus model

Features:

-5 Format : Blender (deafult scene), obj, dae, fbx, 3ds
-Texture Included
-Include blender file with the node
-Include Lower poly around 10k-15k


Let/’s take a look into more details of this model of 3d Abacus v1.

An abacus is a device that is used to assist a person in performing mathematical calculations and counting. An abacus is a calculating tool that is also known as a counting frame. It is one of the best learning devices for anyone who wants to learn the roots of the modern calculator. The main purpose is to perform addition, subtraction, division and multiplication; the abacus can also be used to extract square-roots and cubic roots. In certain parts of the world, the abacus is still used as a primary counting device or as a backup to more modern counting devices.

FlatPyramid has created a high-resolution 3D abacus model. The abacus is typically constructed of various types of hardwoods and comes in various sizes. The frame of the abacus has a series of upright rods on which a number of wooden beads are allowed to slide freely. A horizontal beam separates the frame into two different sections, called the upper deck and the lower deck.

As you can see in the 3D model of Abacus v1, this model can be used with various applications such as animated movies, school & college projects, scientific research, education purpose, games, and many more projects related to architecture. It is one of the most detailed models in 3D that you will come across on the web. In case if you have any queries, please feel free to contact. Thank you for showing interest in buying the 3D model of an abacus at FlatPyramid.

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Specifications

  • Vertices54934
  • Polygons52798
  • GeometryPolygonal
  • AnimatedNo
  • MaterialsYes
  • RiggedNo
  • TexturesYes
  • File-formatsBlender (.blend)
  • NID41277
3D Model ID: 214721

Published on: November 18, 2015
3D Artist: banism24