Loading... Please try again later. maybe if you explain what you're trying to achieve, I might be able to understand better, (instead of highlighting the Autogrid function/problem). Note: If the Smooth option is enabled on the Parameters rollout of a parametric object, AutoGrid uses a temporary construction plane that is tangent to the face of the surface implied
Share your knowledge, ask questions, and explore popular 3ds Max topics. Clint DiClementi 33,238 views 38:25 UPDATE: Creating a Highly Detailed 3D Terrain in 3Ds Max with Google Earth - Duration: 22:13. Turn on AutoGrid. Hope I made myself more clear on this... http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/3ds-max-forum/autogrid-problem-64bit-3ds-max/td-p/3963558
Imagine how much time you will save by using the "Autogrid" toggle in 3DS Max. Create panel > Any object category > Object Type rollout > AutoGrid checkbox Extras toolbar > (AutoGrid) AutoGrid used to position the second block on top of the first When you One of the last thing i did at my model, was adding a box-type object by using autogrid (to align it to a surface). Show more Loading...
On the Create panel with (Geometry) active Standard Primitives Object Type rollout, click Box. Try adding an Edit Normals Modifier to your box and look at how the Normals are pre and post the Chamfer. Sign in to add this video to a playlist. Unauthorized distribution of copyrighted content is strictly prohibited.
I hope someone can help.My System:Windows Vista 64bit Ultimate3.5Gig Processor (Dual Core)4 gig of RAMEVGA Nvidia 8800GTS 640Meg3ds Max 2008 64bit TrialProblem:Auto grid does not function correctly in 64bit mode, it but strangely blue seems fine, and this is what I really want to achieve - the alignment of the local axis to sum it up> it seems that when objects are Ask the community. https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/3ds-max-3ds-max-design-forum/autogrid-in-2015/td-p/5447206 After creating the object, 3ds Max places it on the temporary construction grid.
They no longer allign to axis-layer (depending on the view). Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... LinkedIn Learning Solutions 249,007 views 5:30 3ds max - Attaching, Snapping Verts, Welding Verts - Duration: 7:14. I'm sure its something i'm doing wrong, however It works fine for me in 32bit mode.Heres a link including a small video of the problem:AutoGrid Problem 64 Bit 3ds Max Reply
Loading... Loading... When you turn AutoGrid on, the cursor includes an axis tripod to help you orient the grid. See the answer in context. 0 Kudos Steve understood you perfectly well.Like he said it`s because of the new Smoothing options in the chamfer feature.There are two options 'Entire object' or
When you try to rotate the new object, it will use it's own Local axis. excellent! Autodesk 3ds Max Learning Channel 45,711 views 5:48 Using the Loop Tools in 3ds Max to Extrude a Circle on Any Surface - 3dmotive - Duration: 10:21. 3dmotiveHD 35,652 views 10:21 macrotutorials 51,671 views 10:00 3DS Max - Multi-Sub Object Materials - Duration: 7:47.
Temanibble 131,126 views 22:13 Grid helper and AutoGrid - Duration: 2:45. Sign in Transcript Statistics 539 views 2 Like this video? You can email him directly at [email protected] Using max 8 SP3.
Basically I have a mesh rock and I want to make over a root vine entangling it , without wasting too much time manually moving vertices ... Create any object in your scene. thnx for the reply Reply With Quote 05-24-2006,03:35 PM #4 zerobyte View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Registered User Join Date Feb 2003 Location MY - KL Posts 481 OK,
When im adding a new object without using autogrid, it still has the same angle like one that i first alligned to a surface. it's like that, man - they have that rotation applied to them at creation time! Loading... Learn more You're viewing YouTube in English (United Kingdom).
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The tripod's X and Y axes form a plane tangent to the object surface (forming an implied construction grid), and the Z axis is perpendicular to the plane. Sign in Loading... But then there's also the small blue bo, which has been created using AutoGrid. Uploaded on 12 Jul 2007Grid helper and AutoGrid Category How-to & Style Licence Standard YouTube Licence Show more Show less Comments are disabled for this video.
Then convert it to editable poly and chamfer around edges of one side of box,with at least 2 edge segment and chamfer amount, for example (0.1) . Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... Sign in Statistics 5,020 views Like this video? Published on 5 Jun 2013Using the autogrid feature in 3DS Max to snap objects to the surface of others!
Parent topic: Using Grids Related Information Grid Helper Grid and Snap Settings Snap Settings Activate Grid Object Related Articles 3ds Max Forum Connect with peers and Autodesk in our forums, can you tell me what you tried to achieve when using the Autogrid? Max 2017TitanIntel Core i7-5960X Reply 0 Kudos SimFox