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Need a car rendering or an ipod stereo? Kiss “Licensing problems” goodbye.

DOSCH releases 3D-models of highly realistic non-branded cars and electronics!


DOSCH Design has released two new 3D media CD-ROMs to help rendering professionals produce better visualizations.  Ideal for architects, visualizations, simulations and renderings, these products are an easier way to avoid licensing problems when used commercially.

With a keen eye on detail, DOSCH has released two products that provide usable “license-free,” fully textured 3D objects. One is focused on concept cars, the other, medical equipment.

Product Details

Concept cars costs about USD 149.00 or EUR 119.00, but comes with 20 detailed and completely textured 3D-models of highly realistic non-branded concept cars. The car designs vary covering all major car types, such as compact cars, SUVs, station wagon, luxury cars, etc.

The second product, Media Equipment, is just that, with 50 very detailed and fully textured 3D-models of consumer electronic products. Also USD 149.00 or EUR 119.00 these completely textured 3D-models are provided in multiple file formats: 3DS, 3dsmax (version 4 and above), Lightwave (version 6 and above), Maya (version 5 and above), OBJ, VRML and Cinema 4D (version 8 and above).

If you want to learn more about DOSCH Design, or see the rendering media libraries for purchase yourself visit:

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