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posticon Spazzy hinges...


So I was building one of my projects and encountered a problem with the hinges not moving. I isolated the problem, and it seems to be with rotation coordinates, and the behavior is altered by it's size. I set up a bunch of hinges adjusting the variables that affect the weirdness to demonstrate it. It seems to be when the z-rotation is at 45 or -45 (changes to +/- 45.000004) and the y-rotation is at -90. The size 1 hinge will launch into space the moment it hits the ground, and the size 2 hinges sink slowly into the floor while flailing around.
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Re: Spazzy hinges...


You're lucky, I'm the only one here.
Hinges are composed of other simpler objects, like cones, that are made of cylinders. In the other forum, "the key" told me that if you use an axle instead of a hinge it works quite better, also if you make them heavy (density 5 or more) they work better

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Re: Spazzy hinges...


I'm glad someone could help. I've noticed the .000something changes to angles and positions sometimes.

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