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  1. Hello, What I am looking to do, specifically, is set up a symmetry constraint using Houdini's finite element solver. Basically, I want the model to be free to deform along the X and Y axis, but to be fixed in the Z-Axis. I know this can be done using the RBD solver, and setting your anchor's constraint type to constrained to a plane, but I can't get this method working in finite element world. If anyone has any advice on how to set up this kind of constraint your help would be greatly appreciated!
  2. FX DemoReel 2018

    Hi, These are my Houdini effects collections created simultaneously while learning Houdini.
  3. I'm scratching my head over this issue. My FEM object is slipping through the animated Static Object slowly as it spins. The Static Object is set to "Use Deforming Geometry" and does not act as expected. FEM_slipping_through_StaticObject_slowly.hipnc
  4. FEM Fracture Attribute

    Hello! In this Masterclass, at 41:00, the teacher explains that fracture parts of the object can be localy modified using an attribute. So my question is about this : how do you control what part of the object will fracture? is there a way to connect the FEM solver to a voronoi attribute or anything like that? Thank you for your time!
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