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Apache AH-64 Helicopter (for DAZ Studio)
• Offered By: DigimationModelBank and scavgraphics
• Downloadable File Size:
18.68 M (approx.)
• Polygon Count:
• Uploaded on: 9/20/17
• System Requirements: Windows/ Mac, DAZ Studio 4.9 or higher
• File Format: DAZ Studio
This product contains: duf, dsf and/ or other DAZ Studio files.
• Texturing: Texture Maps
This product uses image maps for textures.
• Readme File: Click Here
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The AH-64 Apache is a four-blade, twin-engine attack helicopter with tailwheel-type landing gear arrangement, and tandem cockpit for a crew of two. The Apache was developed as Model 77 by Hughes Helicopters for the United States Army`s Advanced Attack Helicopter program to replace the AH-1 Cobra. First flown on 30 September 1975, the AH-64 features a nose-mounted sensor suite for target acquisition and night vision systems. The Apache is armed with a 30-millimeter (1.2 in) M230 Chain Gun carried between the main landing gear, under the aircraft`s forward fuselage. The AH-64 also carries a mixture of AGM-114 Hellfire and Hydra 70 rocket pods on four hardpoints mounted on stub-wing pylons.
.: Product Features :.
• DAZ Studio prop: obj, duf/ png, with 104,346 polygons.
• Upper blades can rotate, with a pose control dial on the Body.
• Rear blades can rotate, with a pose control dial on the Body.
• Front and rear doors (on the left side) can open and close, with a pose control dial on the Body.
• Blade Flex: the upper blades can bend down when the helicopter is landed and straighten for take-off, with a pose control dial on the Body.
• Blade Blur: replace the upper and rear blades with a blurred prop to simulate the spinning of the blades.
- The Blade Blur is built into the helicopter model`s geometry so there`s no need to load a separate prop.
- Use an included preset file to switch between the regular blades and the blade blur.
• Wheels can rotate, with a pose control dial on the Body.
• Tailwing can rotate up and down, with a pose control dial on the Body.
• Nose turret can rotate around and up and down, with a pose control dial on the Body.
• Under-fuselage machine gun can rotate around and up and down, with a pose control dial on the Body.
• Left and right missile pods can be hidden/ shown to suit the needs of your scene.
• Left and right missile racks can be hidden/ shown to suit the needs of your scene.
- The pods and racks have their "trans" dials enabled so you can remove them from the helicopter to suit the needs of your scene.
• Two versions of the helicopter are included:
- Without missiles.
- With missiles: 4 left and 4 right, parented to the missile racks.
- The missiles can be colorized to match the helicopter by using the included material presets.
.: Textures/ Material Presets :.
- Desert Basic
- Desert Camo
- Green Basic
- Green Camo
- Grey Base
- Grey Camo
- Naval Basic
- Naval Camo
- Stealth Mode
- Decals: Beagle
- Decals: Off
- Decals: US Army
- Decals: US Navy
- Light On/ Off
.: Presets :.
• Back Door hide/ show.
• Blade Blur hide/ show: swap between the blade blur prop and the regular blades.
• Front Door hide/ show.
• Gun hide/ show.
• Left Missile Pod hide/ show.
• Left Missile Rack hide/ show.
• Right Missile Pod hide/ show.
• Right Missile Rack hide/ show.
• Sensors hide/ show.
• In Flight: levels the aircraft, with the front wheels on the ground.
• Landed: places the aircraft at a slight angle with all wheels on the ground.
For use in DAZ Studio 4.9 or higher with Iray.
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