Star Wars Series: R Units Astromechs Bundle

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Star Wars Series: R Units Astromechs Bundle

History:

The R-series was a line of astromech droids created by Industries Automaton, consisting of ten models: the P2-series and the R1 through R9-series droids.

The R-series set several standards and paradigms that other astromech droids would later use, such as the adaptation of a pit on starfighters and immense aftermarket upgradeability and modification. They were very common throughout the galaxy, and by far the most famous and popular astromech droid series.

Variants:

The R-series originally began with the P2-series astromech droid, which was sold exclusively to the Republic merchant fleet.

Then, the R2 unit far outperformed the R1. It was smaller, able to fit into a standard starfighter, and had more capabilities than its previous model. It was extremely popular with pilots and was often used by the Galactic Republic. It could hold 700 configurations and included full-spectrum, electromagnetic, heat, motion, and life-form sensors. The R2 unit was built for all environments, and came with a variety of tools, which can include power zappers, fuel jet bays, tweezers, lights, holoprojectors, and computer arms with the ability to access any computer. R2-D2 was the most notable of his kind.

The R3 unit was based on the basic design of the R2, and was only visually distinguished by its transparent dome. Unlike the R2, this drive was built for military and government use, and could hold an immense amount of data.

The R4 unit was designed for anti-gravity vehicles and was more suitable for the public than its predecessor. Several of the advantages of the R2 series were removed to lower the price and make it more accessible.

The R5 unit followed the R4 in many ways, including its low-cost construction. She was prone to malfunctions and had an unpleasant personality, so production ended quickly.

The R6 unit was released after the Battle of Endor by Automaton Industries to cover up the major flaw in the R5 unit. Its programming was similar to that of the R2 unit, although it had a shell similar to the R5 unit. The R6 had more storage capacity than the R2 and was equipped with additional tools.

The R7 model was specially designed for the E-wing escort starfighter, and did not show the same performance with other ships. Its systems were even more advanced than those of the R6 and R2 models.

Details:

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Compatible

With All DAZ 3D Studio Products.

Compatible softwares: Bryce, Poser, Carrara, Maya, 3dsMax, Blender, Unity, Z-Brush and Cinema 4D.

What's Included and Features this Project:

- 95017 Star Wars Series - R2D2 Astromechs for DAZ.
- 95018 Star Wars Series - R2 Units for DAZ3D Studio.
- 95036 Star Wars Series - R3 Astromechs Units for DAZ3D Studio.
- 95037 Star Wars Series - R4 Astromechs Units for DAZ3D Studio.
- 95033 Star Wars Series - R5 Astromechs Units.
- 95038 Star Wars Series - R5J2 Unit Imperial Astromech for DAZ3D Studio,
- 95035 Star Wars Series - R6 Astromechs Units for DAZ3D Studio.
- 95034 Star Wars Series - R7 Astromechs Units for DAZ3D Studio.

File Types: (.DUF)

Compatible Software:

- Daz Studio 4.16.
- DSON Importer for Poser.
- Daz to Maya Bridge.
- Daz to Blender Bridge.
- Daz to C4D Bridge.

Compatible Figures:

With All DAZ 3D Studio Products.

Installation:

DAZ Install Manager:

- Unzip the zip file to a temporarily folder
- Copy the 'data, People and Runtime' folders in the unzipped folder and paste them into your DAZ 3D Library folder.

(e.g. C:Users/Public/Documents/My DAZ 3D Library).

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