# 5. 3D Systems

This course gives a comprehensive overview on how to model 3D systems in OpticStudio. It covers how to handle coordinate changes, how to model mirrors, how to set up multiple configurations for systems with moving parts and how to design off-axis systems such as core-drilled sections of a parent parabola.

This course includes the following content:

• Coordinate breaks and element tilts/decenters
• Modelling mirrors in OpticStudio
• Designing a scanning mirror
• Designing an off-axis parabola
• Complex pivot points
• Designing a chain of prism
• Switching between local and global coordinates

### Curriculum

##### Understanding Coordinate Breaks
• 5.1 Introduction on 3D systems
• 5.2 Coordinate breaks, part 1 (decenter example)
• 5.2.1 Coordinate breaks, part 1 (decenter example)
• 5.3 Coordinate breaks, part 2 (tilts and further generalization)
• 5.3.1 Coordinate breaks, part 2 (tilts and further generalization)
• 5.3.2 Coordinate Break Animation with Cooke Triplet
##### Mirror modelling
• 5.4 Introduction on Fold mirrors
• 5.5 Scanning mirror
• 5.5.1 Scanning mirror
##### Off axis parabola
• 5.6 Off axis parabola – Part 1 (Initial setup)
• 5.6.1 Off axis parabola – Part 1 (Initial setup)
• 5.7 Off axis parabola – Part 2 (Core-drilled section)
• 5.7.1 Off axis parabola – Part 2 (Core-drilled section)
• 5.8 Off axis parabola – Part 3 (Multi-beam delivery system)
• 5.8.1 Off axis parabola – Part 3 (Multi-beam delivery system)
• 5.9 Off axis parabola – Part 4 (Tip about front face)
• 5.9.1 Off axis parabola – Part 4 (Tip about front face)
• 5.10 Practice time: multi-configs and aperture.pdf
##### Dispersive prism
• 5.11 Dispersive prism – Part 1 (System setup)
• 5.11.1 Dispersive prism – Part 1 (System setup)
• 5.12 Dispersive prism – Part 2 (Local and global coordinates)
• 5.12.1 Dispersive prism – Part 2 (Local and global coordinates)