Snowcat with traditional tracks.
Only cinema 4d R10 format has materials.
Front snow blade group can be removed.
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The snowcat is an enclosed, truck-sized cab with fully packed interiors designed to move on snow. Snowcats that are used for snow grooming are called ‘piste machines’, ‘trail groomers’ or ‘piste basher’ for their use in preparing ski trails or snowmobile trails. Most snowcats have two sets of tracks, fitted with Vickers suspension.
The tracks are usually made of rubber, aluminium or steel and driven by a single sprocket on each side and ride with rubber wheels with a solid foam interior. Their design is optimized for a snow-surface or other soft grounds. Besides grooming snow, they are also used for polar expeditions, logging in marsh areas, levelling in marsh areas, levelling sugar beet piles, and seismic studies in the world.
The cabs are optimized for use in extreme cold weathers.
The forerunners are of the snowcat were the tracked “motors” designed for the Antarctic Terra Nova Expedition OF 1910-1913. These track motors were built by the Wolseley Tool and Motor Car Company in Birmingham. The name snowcat originates from the 1946 trademark by Tucker Sno-Cat corporations. This specialized over-snow vehicle dominated the snow transportation until the 1960s.
Well, its fun and fascinating to watch a snowcat at work, that is why FlatPyramid has developed a high-resolution 3-D model of Snowcat with tracks. The model can be used in architectural visualizations, animations, movies etc. We have designed the model with high detailing and precision. We hope that you like it.
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