Boeing 737-8 Max 3d models

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In this post, we have gathered the best 3d models of the Boeing 737-8 Max airplane.

Models included:
* Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737-8 MAX 3d model, by CAD plus plus
* Lion Air, Boeing 737 MAX-8 3d model, by CAD plus plus
* Landing Gear for Boeing 737 MAX 3d model, by iljujjkin
* Boeing 737 MAX Landing Gears 3d model, by BlueGreen
* 3D Boeing 737-8 MAX, by BlueGreen
* 3D Boeing 737-8 MAX with Animation, by iljujjkin
* 3D model Boeing 737-8 MAX Generic White, by iljujjkin

If you want to buy any of these 3d models, you will find a purchase link under the photo of each one.

 

Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737-8 MAX 3d model

by CAD plus plus

ethiopian boeing 737-8 max 3d model turbosquid


 

 

Click here to buy the Ethiopian Airlines 737- 8 MAX 3d model

 

 

Formats:
* 3ds Max 2010 (V-Ray 2.40.03)

 

Features:
* all textures Included
* Uv mapped
* 626,040 polygons

 

 

Lion Air, Boeing 737 MAX-8 3d model

by CAD plus plus

lion air boeing 737-8 max 3d model turbosquid

 

 

Click here to buy the Lion Air, Boeing 737 MAX-8 3d model
 

 

Formats:
* 3ds Max 2010 (V-Ray 2.40.03)


Features:
* all textures Included
* Uv mapped
* 420,519 polygons

 

 

Landing Gear for Boeing 737 MAX 3d model

by iljujjkin

landing gear boeing 737 3d model turbosquid

 

 

Click here to buy Landing Gear for Boeing 737 MAX 3d model
 

 

Formats:
* 3ds Max 2012 (V-Ray | Default Scanline)
* Maya 2011 (Default Scanline)
* Cinema 4D 16 (Default Scanline)
* 3D Studio
* FBX
* OBJ


Features:
* Animation included only in 3ds Max files
* ideal for close-up renders
* optimized for meshsmooth modifier
* apply the Smooth modifier with a parameter to obtain the desired level of detail
* large size textures with layers (*.tiff) included
* 151,000 polygons

 

 

Boeing 737 MAX Landing Gears 3d model

by BlueGreen

landing gear boeing 737 3d model turbosquid

 

 

Click here to buy Boeing 737 MAX Landing Gears 3d model
 
 

 

Formats:
* 3ds Max 2015 (Default Scanline)
* 3ds Max 2012 (Default Scanline)
* Cinema 4D 9
* 3D Studio 2015
* AutoCAD drawing 2013
* DXF 2013
* FBX 2014
* OBJ 2015


Features:
* Scene includes 2 (left and right) main landing gears and 1 nose landing gear
* Diffuse texture is 2048X2048 pixel resolution. (1 map)
* Bump texture is 2048X2048 pixel resolution. (1 map)
* Specular texture is 1024X1024 pixel resolution. (1 map)
* Reflection texture is 1200X600 pixel resolution. (1 map)

 

 

3D Boeing 737-8 MAX

by BlueGreen

boeing plane crash 737 max 8 3d model turbosquid

 

 

Click here to buy 3D Boeing 737-8 MAX
 
 
 

Formats:
* 3ds Max 2015 (V-Ray 3.0 | Default Scanline )
* 3ds Max 2012 (Default Scanline)
* Cinema 4D 9
* 3D Studio 2015
* FBX 2014
* OBJ 2015


Features:
* Textured with Boeing livery.
* Diffuse and bump textures are 4096x4096 resolution. (12 maps)
* Engine diffuse texture is 2048x2048 resolution.
* Engine bump texture is 2048x2048 resolution.
* Landing gear diffuse texture is 2048x2048 resolution.
* Landing gear bump texture is 2048x2048 resolution.
* All specular textures are 1024x1024 resolution. (8 maps)
* HDR texture is 2048x1024 resolution. (1 map)
* Environment texture is 2048x1024 resolution. (2 map)
* This product is NOT animated.

 

 

3D Boeing 737-8 MAX with Animation

by iljujjkin

boeing 737 animated 3d model turbosquid

 

 

Click here to buy 3D Boeing 737-8 MAX with Animation

 

Formats:
* 3ds Max 2012 (V-Ray | Default Scanline )
* Cinema 4D 16 (Default Scanline)
* Maya 2011 (Default Scanline)
* FBX 
* OBJ


Features:
* the model include animation of chassis and movable parts of the wing and tail (only in 3ds Max file)
* ideal for close-up renders
* optimized for meshsmooth modifier
* large size textures with layers (*.tiff) included
* real world size (system units: mm)
* realistic render (*.tiff format with alpha channel) included

 

 

3D model Boeing 737-8 MAX Generic White

by iljujjkin

boeing 737 generic white 3d model turbosquid

 

 

Click here to buy 3D model Boeing 737-8 MAX Generic White

 

 


Formats:
* 3ds Max 2012 (V-Ray | Default Scanline )
* Cinema 4D 16 (Default Scanline)
* Maya 2011 (Default Scanline)
* FBX 
* OBJ

 


Features:
* the model include animation of chassis and movable parts of the wing and tail (only in 3ds Max file)
* ideal for close-up renders
* optimized for meshsmooth modifier
* large size textures with layers (*.tiff) included
* real world size (system units: mm)
* realistic render (*.tiff format with alpha channel) included

 

 

 

 

A Short History of Boeing


William Boeing was an ambitious young entrepreneur in the early 20th century. He discovered his love for aviation in 1909 when he first saw a small, amateur flying machine. So he made the decision to start intensive lessons to become a pilot and very soon he bought his first plane. When a flight was damaged, the engineer told him that it would take months to find the right spare parts and repair it.
It is then said that Boeing told his friend, George Conrad Westervelt, who was an engineer in the US Navy: "We could build a better plane on our own and even faster." On July 15, 1916, Boeing together with Westervelt founded Pacific Aero Products Co. A year later, Westervelt retired to devote himself to his military duties. So William stayed alone, and the company was renamed "Boeing Airplane Company."

In 1932 Boeing 247 was first introduced, which was considered the most innovative and modern aircraft of its time, both in terms of handling and safety.

In 1934 the company was divided into three smaller ones: the "Boeing Airplane Company," "United Airlines" and "United Aircraft Corporation." In the light of these changes, William Boeing sold his shares and retired from the aerospace industry.
In 1967 the company built its historical model, the Boeing 737. It is a passenger twin engine that still remains the world's most sold aircraft to date. At the same time, the company built the largest and most modern factory. The first plane produced on the factory was Boeing 747. In the footsteps of its predecessor, the 747 retained a world record for 37 years, having a capacity of 490 passengers.

In the 80s, Boeing developed 757, 767 and an upgraded 737.

In 2011, Boeing announced Boeing 737 MAX 8. This new airplane holds the record of the company's fastest-selling aircraft, as Indonesian Lion Air made a $ 21 billion order for the model before it was released. The new aircraft was more fuel efficient, refreshed, comfortable.

The addition of new code to cockpit control software, which further automates the aircraft's actions when it detects an anomaly in the engines or its flight position is called MCAS and, according to the company, "improves the airplane's behavior in abnormal situations." But, after two fatal crashes of MAX 8 aircraft in October 2018 and March 2019, regulators around the world grounded the whole range of the airplanes.

 

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