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Fellow Kerbinauts,

 

i have found an issue which involves my crafts shaking like hell when i gently touch or dock an craft (even sometimes when i load an craft) anybody got a way of fixing this?

 

Version 1.1.2

 

thanks

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1 hour ago, fgjordy said:

Fellow Kerbinauts,

 

i have found an issue which involves my crafts shaking like hell when i gently touch or dock an craft (even sometimes when i load an craft) anybody got a way of fixing this?

 

Version 1.1.2

 

thanks

If you have screenshots or videos I could help a LOT more, but in general, STRUTS are your answer! If you have KIS/KAS, you can use EVA attachment to run struts all over your craft, connecting wobbly parts to the base so that they don't move as much. If you don't have KIS/KAS, you'll have to rebuild the craft in the VAB, being careful to use lots of struts (but not excessive amounts!) to secure the craft. It's hard to describe exactly how to do it... but in general, you just run them from the endpoint of whatever is wobbly and connect it with the center of mass. 

 

Let me know if that helps at all.

 

EDIT: Realized this is in the Unmodded section so of course you don't have KIS/KAS :P duhhh...

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Does the wobble happen with the SAS off? sounds like the oscillation issue that's been reported for the SAS....

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18 hours ago, smjjames said:

Does the wobble happen with the SAS off? sounds like the oscillation issue that's been reported for the SAS....

It happens ehen i loaded the craft on the pad but only with certain crafts maybe and i use kerbal joint reinforcement so its not wobly at all but all the craft i use for this are stoch, maybe its because of parts clipped into each other the wrong way?

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