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COL in SPH Glitching Out


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So I've been making an F-35 Replica(that looks really horrible) and i wanted to see if it would fly. I checked the COL and COM and the COL was all the way on the floor. (I tried to test fly it but it didn't take off and flipped out)

Picture: http://imgur.com/a/eBbtV

 

EDIT: It''s a little hard to see. The COL is below the plane on the floor.

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9 hours ago, V7 Aerospace said:

Hmm, that's puzzling.

Im guessing the problem only occurs with this aircraft?

If so, it might be to do with clipping. Maybe you could try replicating the problem or even trying to redo the clip-heavy parts of the craft to see if it happens again.

I saved the craft file and re downloaded the game. Works fine now. I think I may have broken something as many planes that were working before on the same version stopped flying.

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It's possible (though looks unlikely from your picture) that the lifting surfaces are angled just perfectly that they are in-line with the direction of "wind" in the SPH. That can result in the CoL showing "zero" lift, which can cause it to drop to the floor. Does it still do this if you grab the whole plane and rotate it some?

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13 hours ago, i like turtles said:

@V7 Aerospace I didn't check my COL until I finished building the plane so I can't really tell whether it occured due to a certain part being placed or the it started from the beginning. I'm suspecting it's because I clipped many parts together

Hmm, that's puzzling.

Im guessing the problem only occurs with this aircraft?

If so, it might be to do with clipping. Maybe you could try replicating the problem or even trying to redo the clip-heavy parts of the craft to see if it happens again.

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