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  1. Hi, I have an effect where I want to create multiple orbiting asteroids, eventually they will be fractured, constrained, and collide with each other as orbits change. So far I have put my RBD Packed Object into a MultiSolver with a POP Curve Force that references a path in a SOP solver as the first attached data, followed by a Bullet Solver. That works well for one asteroid, or for multiple asteroids on the same orbit. Im wondering if theres a way to only need to make one RBD Packed Object but have each named packed prim follow a different curve? It'd be even cooler to only have to make one POP Curve Force that actually references different paths per names, but if thats not possible then I will have to create a POP Curve Force for each asteroid, my question in that case is what parameter do I need to assign to my geo to be able to do this? I see under 'Bindings' on the POP Curve Force a channel named Geometry with "Geometry" as the default, if I change this to anything else my asteroids aren't affected by the force anymore, is there anyway to set this in SOPS per asteroid? multiple_orbits.hipnc
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