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    Nejc Skufca
  1. Hi, a total beginner with a newbie question here. What I did successfully: I had imported a relatively simple piece of geometry in to Houdini. I made 40 copies of that object I created a dopnet in the same geometry node and ran a bullet simulation (I made a fancy pile of coins basically) I created a filecache for the last frame of the sim, since that is all I need (and want to export) I exported the frame as .abc and .fbx, however it is a single piece of geo, and more importantly, the mat ID's are all wrong I created a separate geometry node, imported the cached frame as a file, and tried exporting that as an .obj. I get a 25kb file and this error message "Save failed: No such file or directory" What I want to do but can't: I want to export the coins, preferably as separate objects if possible. If they could be instances, that would work beyond great, however I do not think that is possible. If all else fails, I just want to preserve the mat ID's (or smoothing groups) from the original file. I am banging my head against the wall here, any help would be greatly appreciated!
  2. Glue bullet

    Perfect, thank you!
  3. Glue bullet

    Pozdrav! Thank you for your reply, this did the trick. No need to upload the file, as this works now. However, I am a bit confused as to what the s@constraint:type = "all" does and why it is necessary? In any case, thank you very much for taking the time to help me out. Much appreciated!
  4. Glue bullet

    Hello good people! Freshly new in Houdini and I am trying to tackle the basics here. I am trying to break apart a box using voronoi fracture (works) and the add a glue constraint relationship in the dop network (I have failed here utterly). I have spent about two days trying out just about everything I can find or think of and to no avail. I am using an attribute wrangle to add a constraint name to the connected pieces. My constraint network however tells me that the required data is not found or is the wrong type. I am using bullet as my rigid body solver and I have hit a complete brick wall - I just can not get it to work. I am attaching the .hip file, and I would be immensely grateful if someone could help me understand what I am doing wrong. It seems so simple yet I am completely stuck with this issue. Glue issue.hip
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