As i said, reinstall 3drad over top of your current install, that will fix any bad 3drad files, if any.
Other than that, one thing to watch out for with any 3dmodels is to avoid over lapping large areas where the collision surfaces are very close..
An example would be 2 HCK pieces where 25% or more are over lapping and the flat surfaces are very close together.
It's a little hard to explain this, but 3drad may use the wrong surface as the collision and the other surface ends up pushing you away.
Basically the 2 surfaces can be mixed up and the resulting collisions are unpredictable.
That said, you can over lap the very ends of the HCK pieces, and its actually a good idea to avoid gaps, but keep the overlap to a minimum , it doesn't take much overlap to do the job.
For your project that means adjusting some of the parts, may help where you have collision issues. or it could be the HCK bugs that some people experience.
Your best bet, redesign in a modeling program so you get rid of the weird contact points and you'll end up with a much better end result.
I even considered recreating a track for you in 3dsmax.. i'm not going to do that cause it's a way to complex track and really needs your touch to get the look you want, not what i would create, plus i have my own projects i'm working on, so time is limited.
Oct 23, 2017 15:38:08 GMT
Last Edit: Oct 23, 2017 15:40:42 GMT by TinSoldier