Churchill MK IV 3D model originally modeled in cinema4D. Detailed enough for close-up renders. The zip-file contains bodypaint textures and standard materials.
A characteristic feature of the Churchill tanks was the undercarriage of unusual design. The caterpillar was enlarged so that it covered the hull side niches, increasing the size of the internal volume. On each side of the hull, there were 11 dual-track rollers with individual spring suspension. In front of the hull there were guide wheels, in the stern - leading wheels. Supporting rollers were absent because instead of the special guides were used on the upper part of the side niches.
To observe the battlefield, Churchill was equipped with the Vickers Mk IV periscope viewing instruments, which provided all-round visibility. Two of them had a driver, another one - the gunner from the exchange machine gun/howitzer. These three periscopes were located in the frontal part of the sheet. Four more were located in the roof of the tower, one with a periscope had a gunner and a loader, and two more were in the commander’s tower. The driver also had at his disposal around inspection hatch in the upper frontal armor plate, closed with an armored cover.
For external communication, the tank was equipped with simplex HF / VHF radio station model No. 19, which provided a communication range in the HF range up to 15 km in telephone and up to 32 km in telegraph mode and in the VHF range up to 1 km in telephone mode. The radio station was located in the aft niche of the tower, it was serviced by a loader. For intercom, a telephone intercom built into the radio station for all five crew members served.
Engine and transmission
On all modifications of Churchill, a horizontally opposed 12-cylinder four-stroke carburetor engine of water cooling of the Bedford model Twin-Six was installed. With a working volume of 21,237 cm³, this engine developed a maximum power of 350 liters. with. at 2200 rpm The engine was installed in the engine compartment along the longitudinal axis of the tank. Of the fuel tanks, with a total capacity of 828 liters, six were installed in the engine compartment on both sides of the engine, and another, removable, was located outside, outside the armor case. Two radiators of the engine cooling system were located on both its sides. Due to the tight layout of the engine compartment, the engine air filters were moved to the fighting compartment.
The Churchill transmission also remained unchanged during the production of the tank. It consisted of:
single-disk main friction clutch dry friction production Borg & Beck, mounted on the engine;
four-speed manual gearbox Merrit-Brown H41, combined in a common cause with the mechanism of rotation;
rotation mechanism, consisting of a differential, two planetary mechanisms, and drum brakes;
drum main brakes;
planetary gears located inside the drive wheels.
Control of the friction, rotation mechanism, and brakes was carried out using hydraulic servo drives.
- Inside scene: -model - 13 textures - 1 bumpmap
- All materials, bodypaint-textures and textures are included.
- No cleaning up necessary, just drop your models into the scene and start rendering.
- No special plugin needed to open scene.
- NOTE - In lwo, obj, 3ds and fbx the Bumpmap Turret_B must manually load in the Materialcanal. (Strength 35-40)
- Phong shading interpolation / Smoothing - 35°
- c4d Version R16
- Polygones - 833330 Vertices - 563292 - 173 Objects - 13 textures - 1 bumpmap
- obj File - lwo file - 3ds file - fbx file Version 2010
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