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Moabi

Channels

Diffuse (Raw) Diffuse map
Diffuse (Varnished) Diffuse map
Normal Normal map
Bump Bump map
Reflectivity Reflectivity map

Specs

Size 6000px x 8000px (48.0mpx)
Real size 3.0m x 4.0m (12.0m2)
9.8ft x 13.1ft (129.2ft2)
Resolution 51dpi
Seamless vertically

Channels

Diffuse (Raw) Diffuse map
Diffuse (Varnished) Diffuse map
Normal Normal map
Bump Bump map
Reflectivity Reflectivity map

Specs

Size 10000px x 3300px (33.0mpx)
Real size 3.0m x 1.0m (3.0m2)
9.8ft x 3.2ft (32.0ft2)
Resolution 85dpi
Seamless vertically

Channels

Diffuse (Raw) Diffuse map
Diffuse (Varnished) Diffuse map
Normal Normal map
Bump Bump map
Reflectivity Reflectivity map

Specs

Size 15000px x 1800px (27.0mpx)
Real size 3.0m x 0.4m (1.1m2)
9.8ft x 1.2ft (11.6ft2)
Resolution 127dpi
Seamless vertically

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Description

Botanical Name

Baillonelle toxisperma Pierre., Mimusops djave Engl. (Fam. Sapotaceae)

Trade Names

Moabi

Substitution

Moabi is sometimes substituted for Afzelia, Basralocus, Iroko, Indonesian Keruing, Makore/Douka, Niangon, Red Balau, European Beech, Utile; the heavier species partly for Azobe (Ekki) / Tali and Yellow Balau.

Indigenous to

West Africa: Nigeria, Cameroon, Gabon, Congo, Cabinda (Angola) / Zaire; especially often in East-Gabon

Characteristics

The sapwood and the heartwood are very different. The sapwood is 4-6 cm wide and is light pink to white. The heartwood varies from dusky pink to brown pink, mahogany red to reddish grey. Moabi has a matt silky shine and is wavy mottled. It is fairly smooth- and long fibre, straight grown, of thick and fine structure, medium-hard, fairly heavy, elastic and pressure-resistant. Decorative and shrinks very little.

Included Accessories

  • Ready-to-use materials

    Materialmxm
    Maxwell Render™ (3.1+)
  • Ready-to-use materials

    Materialmat
    Corona Renderer™ (for 3ds Max)

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