Do a lot of trussing, bicycle rail, etc.... Hard objects that don't bend or flex. Having trouble doing basic things. Seems Railclone works better with objects that can be stretched. Also seems it's set up for corner/start/end objects to be bigger so that the intermediary model can just run into the corner/start/end and you can't see it because it's covered by bigger model.
Could use some help with basic trussing setup. Have 1 foot ends, 10 foot span (1.jpg). Plugged in 1 foot ends as Start/Corner/Evenly/End. Set Evenly spacing to 11'=132". (2.jpg) Easy and intuitive so far.
I turned off Justify, so the spacing will be correct on each side except for 1 area. (3.jpg)
What's next should be simple, plug in the span as Default, it fills in the gaps perfectly, except one area on each side where it just clips. For Default using Tile Mode so that there's no stretching. I try this and there's 2 problems. (4.jpg)
1= The Default model goes too far and into the corner. Happens on all 4 corners.
2= Default model starts halfway on only one corner.
Have played with pivot points and padding, can't get it right.
Any solutions? Seems this should be simple.
Thanks - Chris