Another of these robbers, named Scinis
, must likewise have been a very great scoundrel.
(A better look at the layout of the SCINI can be seen online at http://scini.mlml.calstate.edu/index.html.)
This Solidworks model shows the layout of the SCINI, with the forward and aft thrusters, payload compartments, rear thruster and front camera dome, Zook credits the software's prototyping capabilities with helping them go from concept to working unit in approximately three months,
The size of these power supplies is key in keeping the SCINI ightweight, buoyant and fluid in its turning radius.
Using the SolidWorks tutorials, Zook learned the software and used it to create SCINI so it could go where divers could not.
The SCINI can dive to depths of 1,000 feet and explore further away from the research outpost.