3D PDF files
The model files can be downloaded and viewed with free downloadable programs such as Adobe Reader, Meshlab, and 3D-Tools. The models are scaled in centimeters/millimeters. See the information below the file downloads for how to view the 3D models
This is one of several kinds of buckles we have recovered from the prisoner encampment; buckle types include those used on knapsacks, belts, and suspenders. Many are of civilian origin, while others were produced for military use.
3D Infantry Button
We have recovered numerous buttons from the site; most are the “general service” buttons which were for enlisted men, while others, such as this one, were produced for officers, in this case an officer of infantry.
How to View the 3D Models
To open the files with Adobe Acrobat:
Download the PDF to your computer. When you open the PDF, you will see a yellow bar at the top with the message – “3D content has been disabled. Enable this feature if you trust this document.”
To enable 3D content in the current document:
Click the Options button and then select an appropriate option:
Trust this document one time only
Trust this document always
To enable 3D content permanently:
Go to Edit > Preferences > 3D & Multimedia and then select the Enable playing 3D content checkbox.
For more information, see Enable 3D content in PDF.
Last updated: 4/17/2019