NitroFlare Building a Toy Plane for 3D Printing in Maya and Mudbox

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    Building a Toy Plane for 3D Printing in Maya and Mudbox
    6h 5m | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 1 ch | 2.83 GB
    Genre: eLearning | Language; English​

    In this Maya and Mudbox tutorial, we'll learn how to create a mesh that will be ready for 3D printing.
    We'll use a deceptively simple exercise and create an assemble-able model of a 1930s GeeBee Racer. We'll start by creating pieces that fit into slots in the individual pieces of the model. Then we'll animate those pieces to assemble over a 15-second animation. Along the way, we'll delve into some tools and concepts in Maya such as the Multi-Cut tool, Target Weld and the Shrinkwrap command.
    By the end of this Maya and Mudbox training, you'll have a prepared model ready to print on the Form +1 printer using their PreForm software.

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