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Track Shapes

 

These shapes are made to create tracks with minimal pumping.

 

Included Shapes:

Circle

Clothoid

Clothoid C

Clothoid S

Parabola

Parabola top

Parabolic shaped object 1

Parabolic shaped object 1 top

Parabolic shaped object 2

Parabolic shaped object 2 top

Spiral

Spiral Archimedean

 

Just extract this zip archive in your objects folder, and they will end up in /objects/Track Shapes

Track Shapes v1.1.zip

 

Enjoy

 

Peter Löfstrand

 

Update:

v1.1: added a true parabola

Track Shapes v1.1.zip

Alternative download.

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You use the 3d objects to make perfect circular helices without pumps, or parabolic hills for perfect air, etc. It's just a way to make perfect shapes without having to use a tool to make it for you.

 

Which 3D objects, and where do I find them?

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I've used these before,
No you haven't, since I made them last week, and my pack includes stuff that have never been available before.

 

Odd...Well, I never mentioned who's 3ds shapes I've used, but I had some a while back. They called it a 'pump remover' which consisted of just circles.

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^ It works for me.

 

Odd...Well, I never mentioned who's 3ds shapes I've used, but I had some a while back. They called it a 'pump remover' which consisted of just circles.
I have also used those, but decided to do my own since I need higher resolution objects, to make better tracks.
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You use the 3d objects to make perfect circular helices without pumps, or parabolic hills for perfect air, etc. It's just a way to make perfect shapes without having to use a tool to make it for you.

 

In effect, this is a tool, isnt it? Something it showing you what to do. Not a bad thing, just another tool to add to your arsenal.

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