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Old 11-28-2017, 05:00 AM
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Custom model of the problem

1, the logical position of the wing and 3D graphics can not completely overlap.


When modifying parameter X, the wing split.
The same is true of the horizontal tail.
Excuse me, how to adjust this?



2, imported custom aircraft model, the horizontal tail and vertical tail of the rudder misplaced.
But in the 3DSMAX software which shows normal.
(KEmax Toolkit - RF7 (3DStudio Max 2012)
Excuse me, what is the reason?
There are differences when choosing between different base models for import.
Sometimes the aileron Z-axis offset large.
Can not grasp this rule.
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Old 11-28-2017, 10:28 AM
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1, the logical position of the wing and 3D graphics can not completely overlap.


When modifying parameter X, the wing split.
The same is true of the horizontal tail.
Excuse me, how to adjust this?
It appears that your plane is not centered on the x axis in max. Either center the plane in max or make the main wing and horizontal tail children of the fuselage

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2, imported custom aircraft model, the horizontal tail and vertical tail of the rudder misplaced.
But in the 3DSMAX software which shows normal.
(KEmax Toolkit - RF7 (3DStudio Max 2012)
Excuse me, what is the reason?
There are differences when choosing between different base models for import.
Sometimes the aileron Z-axis offset large.
Can not grasp this rule.
In 3ds max show us where the pivots are for the control serfaces you have questions about.
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Old 11-28-2017, 10:40 PM
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Thanks for the reply

Carefully read the document, re-adjusted the model in Solidworks.
In 3DSMAX adjust the coordinates of the model,
Everything is fine now.

thank you very much.
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Old 11-29-2017, 01:51 AM
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I designed a fixed wing, but used a hood like a helicopter.

Fixed-wing is also a hood, such as some fixed-wing red arrow refers to the components, is removable.

How to set such a component 'object name'?

I want to make the hood can fall, in order to show the inside of the components.
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Old 11-29-2017, 10:44 AM
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I designed a fixed wing, but used a hood like a helicopter.

Fixed-wing is also a hood, such as some fixed-wing red arrow refers to the components, is removable.

How to set such a component 'object name'?

I want to make the hood can fall, in order to show the inside of the components.
Make the hood a detachable Component in rf. I would be careful how you set up the internal components because they can have a negative effect on flight characterisics if they are aerodynamicly active if they are not supposed to be... the hood won't deflect the air around the internals.
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