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F105F/G Thunderchief aka "Thud" - USAF bomber jet aircraft for Poser

The Republic F-105 Thunderchief is a 2 seat supersonic fighter-bomber used by the United States Air Force during the Vietnam war. Includes optional pilot & navigator (prop). Chris Shell faithfully modeled this F-105 replica for Poser 3d software and the figure features over 50 articulating parts including moving Flaps, Ailerons, Spoilers, Rudder. Stabilizer, Speed Brakes, Opening Landing Gear Doors, Raising and Lowering Gear, Spin-able Wheels, Steer-able Nose Gear, Opening Canopies, deploy Slats, deploy Emergency Drag Chute, Fully Functional Cockpit Flight Controls, and Working Ejection Seats. Plan your low altitude supersonic strike scene and execute with this awesome aircraft figure.
$13.00 $6.50
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Boeing P-26A Peashooter aircraft for Poser

The 1932 Boeing P-26A Peashooter is perhaps the coolest aircraft ever built, and certainly has more character than all other Boeing planes combined. A true first in many respects, the Boeing P-26 was the first production all metal monoplane, the last plane to use wing supports, and the only warplane ever plane treated with art-deco embellishments from wingtip to tail. As Powered by the reliable Pratt and Whitney 9 Cylinder WASP radial engine this was Boeing`s only attempt to produce a fighter to this day. The distinguishable P-26 Peashooter served the US Army Air Corps from post WWI into early WWII out of bases from TX, OH, CA and HI. As the US Air Force was established the remaining P-26`s were used for Training and Panama Canal defense. As the Peashooter became obsolete, the remaining P-26 squadrons were split up and sold to foreign nations including air corps representing South America, Asia, Europe and Africa n the post WWI and into WWII. The first kills in a P-36 were recorded by the Chinese Army Air Corps when they successfully repelled an Japanese invasion of 20 medium bombers in 1937. Propeller spins, flight surfaces work, gauges move, bombs drop and gun blaze making this a a true action oriented figure licensed for 3d real time rendering, making it the perfect complement for Poser Pro Game Dev editions. Poser Master Control parameters were developed to mimic actual flight and weapons operations by combining multiple parameter adjustments in sequence so that one adjustment affects several aspects of the model. For instance using the Master Flight Control "Roll Aircraft" will adjust the position of the cockpit flightstick, the opposing position of the wing ailerons and the bank of the airframe. The same level of control is applied to the "Pitch Aircraft" and even "Yaw Aircraft where rudders move in sequence with the cockpit pedal action. Weapons Simulation is also modeled and the master parameters are configured fire machine gun bursts with ammo belt feed and tracer fire sequenced action while the Bomb Release will simulate a sequenced bomb dispense. The 236K poly figure is fully 3d modeled and rigged for close up detail, even with just shaders applied. However, full texture sets are included for Boeing factory "prototype" and US Army versions. Also included are optional textures for cockpit and decal detail should you decide to reduce mesh further for game engine use. The pilot figure shown in the images and animation is not included.
$10.00 $5.00
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Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bomber aircraft for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The Boeing B-52 Stratofortress, affectionately known as the "BUFF" (Big Ugly Fat Fellow), was developed to serve as a long-range, heavy bomber for the United States Air Force. Its purpose was to provide a strategic nuclear deterrent and conventional bomb delivery capability during the Cold War. The B-52's massive size and distinctive design is quite menacing in appearance. With a wingspan of 185 feet (56 meters) and a length of over 160 feet (49 meters), the Stratofortress is a true behemoth of the skies. Its eight engines are mounted in four twin pods under the wings, giving it a unique and imposing look. The B-52 has a storied history of service. It has been used in various conflicts, including the Vietnam War, the Gulf War, the Bosnian War, and the Kosovo War. In the 1991 Gulf War, B-52s flew from Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean and even from the mainland United States to strike targets in Iraq. The aircraft has also been used in more recent conflicts, such as the Afghanistan War and the air campaign against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). Throughout its service life, the B-52 has been continuously upgraded and modified to meet changing operational needs. The aircraft has demonstrated its versatility by serving as a "mother ship" for air-launching experimental aircraft, such as the X-15 and the X-43. Despite its age, the B-52 remains a critical component of the U.S. Air Force's bomber fleet and is expected to continue serving well into the future. Product for Vue includes 2 object models, one rigged to pose and animate, and one that is a not rigged which includes 2 varients, landing gear up and gear down. Other formats available at VanishingPoint.com. Mesh by Digimation, optimized for Vue by Dream Cutter LLC for Vanishing Point Inc., May 2015.
$10.00 $5.00
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Dassault Mirage IIIC fighter jet aircraft for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The Dassault Mirage IIIC was developed as a single-seat, all-weather interceptor, intended to serve as a high-speed, high-altitude fighter for the French Air Force. It was the first production model of the Mirage III family, and its purpose was to provide a capable and versatile aircraft for air defense and interception roles. The Mirage IIIC is sexy sleek, with delta-wing design which gives it a distinctive waisted profile that contributed to its aerodynamic efficiency. The Mirage IIIC was powered by a SNECMA Atar 09B turbojet engine, which provided a top speed of Mach 2.2, making it one of the fastest fighters of its time. The Mirage IIIC saw extensive service with the French Air Force, as well as with several other air forces around the world. The aircraft played a significant role in the Six-Day War in 1967, where it was used by the Israeli Air Force to great effect. In the conflict, the Mirage IIIC proved to be a formidable air-to-air fighter, with Israeli pilots claiming numerous victories against enemy aircraft. The Mirage IIIC also saw combat during the Yom Kippur War in 1973, further demonstrating its capabilities as a versatile and effective fighter aircraft. Dimensions: Length: 49.29 feet (15.03 meters) Wingspan: 26.25 feet (8 meters) Height: 14.76 feet (4.5 meters) Object Model Features • Rigged Object Model Size: 17,322 polygons • Landing Gear retract 10s animation sequence • Rudder pivot to move left and right. • Left and right Flaperons, gear flaps, canopy pivot points set to rotate properly, independantly.
$10.00 $5.00
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North American B-25 Mitchell aircraft object for Vue

This product is a native Aircraft object for Vue in .vob format. The North American B-25 Mitchell was a twin-engine medium bomber that played a crucial role in World War II. Its primary purpose was to deliver a significant payload of bombs, with the capability to carry up to 3,000 pounds. The aircraft was designed to operate at moderate altitudes and deliver its payload more economically and accurately than the high-altitude bombers of the time. The B-25 featured a mid-wing design with a wingspan of 67 feet 7 inches and a length of nearly 53 feet. It was powered by two 1,700-horsepower Wright R-2600 radial engines. The aircraft's armament varied across different models, but it could be equipped with up to 18 .50-caliber machine guns. Later models also had the capability to carry eight 5-inch high-velocity aircraft rockets (HVAR) or one 75 mm cannon. The B-25 is perhaps most famous for its role in the Doolittle Raid, a daring mission in which 16 B-25s took off from the USS Hornet and bombed targets in Japan. This raid, led by Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle, was a significant morale booster for the United States and demonstrated that the Japanese mainland was vulnerable to attack. The B-25 saw action in all theaters of World War II and was also used by other Allied nations, including the Royal Air Force and the Royal Australian Air Force, through the Lend-Lease program. Model features: • 2 Configurations; Landed: 61,127 polygons, • Left and right propellers can rotate. - Flying version includes "blade blur props. • Rudders pivot to move left and right. • Left and right wing flaps can rotate up and down. • Left and right ailerons can rotate up and down. • Top turret can rotate. • Top gun can tilt up and down and is child to turret. • Landing gear doors can open and close. • The landing gear is a separate part which can be hidden or shown. • Does not include an interior so we recommend darkening the windows. • One set of texture maps and corresponding bump maps are included. • Hide show: - Hide blade blur/ show propeller. - Show blade blur/ hide propeller. - Hide/ show landing gear Other formats available at VanishingPoint.com. Mesh by Digimation, optimized for Vue by Dream Cutter LLC for Vanishing Point Inc., May 2015.
$6.00 $3.00