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    Need help, double fracture

    Hi,

    I'm trying to destroy a stone wall, so when I destroy the wall I want the stones coming from the fracture to fracture again into smaller pieces when they land on the ground. Is there a way to archieve it in lightwave??

    Thanks in advice

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    I assume you are talking bullet?

    If you fracture the mesh enough and play around with the glue strength in the graph editor it should help give a secondary fracture. Ie, reduce it at the point of secondary bounce.

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    If I was going to try it, I'd set up each sub-fracturing piece as a separate Parts object in Bullet with the Glue Strength being a Gradient with Y-Distance to Object as the input. Use the ground-plane object as the Object so when the sub-fracturing pieces get "close" to the ground the Glue Strength will suddenly drop to zero.

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    Last edited by MonroePoteet; 07-08-2017 at 04:41 PM. Reason: typo

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