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Added 11 years ago

A heavy weight metal watertight pressure door, suitable for use on a ship or submarine. Or maybe even a space ship.

Designed in Hexagon and DS3.0. Included …

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Format: DAZ Studio (.pp2, .dsa, .dsf ), JPG (.jpg, .jpeg), Poser (.pp2)
Usage Rights: Commercial renders OK, contents not for redistribution
Categories: Futuristic, Historical, Military, Props, Vehicles
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Nik_52 (4 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you.
dzdeep (5 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you!
carollee (6 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thanks for sharing =-)
fleet (7 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you!
Toneee (7 years ago)Inappropriate?
Awesome!!! Cheers!! :)
GrouchoCaesar (10 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you very much.
Sleepydragon (11 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you for sharing!
Teresa Tyllo (11 years ago)Inappropriate?
Terrific steampunk stuff!
Thanks a lot.
StarLite Moon (11 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you
AkaneKage (11 years ago)Inappropriate?
Though simple this is great, especially being modular as it is. I can now use this with all those sci-fi coridoor sets to make believable submarine and undersea coridoors.
mininessie (11 years ago)Inappropriate?
thanks you...a fantastic prop!
Bad Faerie (11 years ago)Inappropriate?
If you check back through my uploads, I've done a set of ships railing, too.

It was an early effort so it's not so good, but it might help you with a ship render at some time.

I noticed that there wasn't so much in the way of nautical props in ShareCG. I wasn't certain if this was because nobody actually wanted\needed them, or just if nobody had actually made them. I've more …
keef666 (11 years ago)Inappropriate?
Or the other one,
When is a door not a door!
When its ajar! groan!

Been loving you nautical stuff also, cheers!
Bad Faerie (11 years ago)Inappropriate?
I was under the impression that a hatch on a ship was the "door" between decks.

For example, you'd never hear somebody saying "cabin hatch", but you would hear them saying "cabin door"

I don't know about other countries but the US Navy still calls them "Watertight Doors" on official paperwork.

The British Government also uses the more …
graykeeper (11 years ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you for your recent nautical contributions they are really great. There are no doors on ships only hatches, no stairs only ladders, no walls only bulkheads, etc.

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