Illustrated documentation is included with the model.
This model is based on a 1905 Victor V phonograph made by the Victor Talking Machine Company. At the time, machines of this type were variously called Graphophones, Gramophones, Victrolas and phonographs depending on the company that made them. This model was noted for its sound quality and performance. It features a twelve-inch turntable, oak cabinet, and a standard stamped steel and brass horn. The model can be used as a prop in a period scene, or as a curio in a more modern scene. The horn and tone-arm assembly can be rotated as desired.
The model is contained in a single .blend file with all textures/images/materials packed inside. To use it in your scene, you can append it as follows:
• Go to the File Menu and pull down to Append
• Find the “Antique_Phonograph.blend” file and Double Click on it.
• Double Click on the Collection icon.
• Select the “Append_Phonograph” collection and Click Append
Note that the model components are all parented to a master Empty Item represented by the large labeled axis. You can move or rotate the Empty to adjust the location and orientation of the model.
In addition, the horn and tone arm assembly can be rotated separately using another Empty Item represented by the sphere at the back of the horn. Select the sphere and rotate it until the horn is in the desired position.
|Published||3 months ago|
|Software Version||3.0, 3.1|
|Render Engine Used||cycles, eevee|
|Misc Data||uvs-unwrapped, textured|
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