Fiat CR.32 3D model originally modeled in cinema4D 16. Detailed enough for close-up renders. The zip-file contains bodypaint textures and standard materials.
The Italian fighter CR-32 is a further development of the fighter CR-30, created at the airline branch of FIAT, Aeronautica d’Italia, under the direction of designer C. Rosatelli. CR-32 was less progenitor in length and wingspan, respectively, different and less weight, and therefore a lower speed.
Project CR-32 was presented to the Italian Ministry of Aeronautics in 1932. In the spring of 1933, the ordered test specimen was made, and on April 28 of the same year, it flew into the sky from the airfield near Turin. The tests were successful, soon followed by an order for 50 fighters, but they did not get into the Italian Air Force, but were fully sold to the Chinese government. However, the Chinese CR-32 did not appreciate - the culprit was the useless training of pilots, and the very specific Italian engines and their no less specific fuel (alcohol-gasoline-benzene mixture!). The contract was terminated ahead of time, and the undelivered 15 party machines remained in Italy.
In March 1935, the centralized deliveries of the CR-32 fighter for the Italian Air Force began, and by the end of the year they became the most massive in the fleet of fighter aircraft in Italy.
Production of the CR-32 family continued until May 1939, during which time 1,211 aircraft of all modifications were produced, plus another 100 aircraft manufactured under license in Spain.
The CR-32 and CR-32bis fighters were exported to Austria (45 units), Hungary (52), Venezuela (9), China (35) and Paraguay (5). Austrian fighters after the Anschluss were operated for some time in the Luftwaffe, then sold to Hungary.
Two trophy fighters from Spain were delivered to the USSR, where they were thoroughly studied and tested at the Scientific Research Institute of the Air Force and NIPAW.
The FIAT CR-32 fighter is made according to the aerodynamic design of the semi-glider. The wing has two tubular dural spars perpendicular to which a set of truss ribs of square tubes was installed, for stiffness tightened by diagonal braces. The wings are made according to the scheme of the Warren truss. Between braces diagonal braces are stretched cross-wise.
The stabilizer at the bottom was supported by struts, and the braces were held at the top. The fuselage had a frame of duralumin and steel pipes, which was covered with canvas. The cockpit is open with a transparent visor in front. The chassis is not retractable, tricycle, with a tail wheel. The wheels of all the landing gear were covered with fairing.
The power plant consisted of a piston V-shaped 12-cylinder engine FIAT A-30RA with a two-blade metal screw that had two steps. The engine was closed duralumin hood. Water and oil radiators were installed behind a common air intake.
Armament consisted of two 7.69-mm machine guns "Vickers" in the fuselage. On the modification of CR.32bis, 2 additional Vickers first appeared in the lower wing, and later the fuselage were replaced with large-caliber Breda-SAFAT. The plane could also take on board a radio station, camera or cassette with small bombs.
In combat conditions, the FIAT CR-32 fighter was first used during the Spanish Civil War, in August 1936. It was the most massive aircraft of the war (375 aircraft), which was used in all major battles. When the Italian Expeditionary Corps returned, 115 CR-32 fighters of various modifications were left in Spain.
- Inside scene: -model - 13 textures, 2 materials and a 1 alpha map
- No cleaning up necessary, just drop your models into the scene and start rendering.
- No special plugin needed to open scene.
- Phong shading interpolation / Smoothing - 35°
-The files contains seperate parts for a Flying and a Standing-Version
- NOTE - In lwo, obj and fbx the Alphamap for the propellor (Run_Alpha) in the fly-version must manually load in the Materialcanal.
- c4d Version R16
- Polygones - 121543 Vertices - 71224 - 16 Objects
- 13 textures - 2 materials - 1 alpha-map
- obj File – lwo file - fbx - File Version 2010
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