Skeletal modeling has been around for a while but there are a lot of nuances within the methodology this class goes from beginner to advanced looking at these as well looking at a unique methodology for structural modeling and also how ilogic and vault copy design can be applied to make this methodology vastly more efficient and how this was applied to the TMT (Thirty-meter telescope) project which is a new class of extremely large telescopes that will allow us to see deeper into space and observe cosmic objects with unprecedented sensitivity. With its 30m diameter prime mirror, TMT will be three times as wide, with nine times more area, than the world's largest currently existing visible-light telescope. This will provide an unparalleled resolution, with TMT images more than 12 times sharper than those from the Hubble Space Telescope. As well as how this could be applied to other projects.
- Be able to create a skeletal model
- Create stable and repeatable changes to models
- Create intelligent assemblies
- Be able to apply new methodology ideas to your projects