So, I have this doubt that I’m not sure about it and I hope you can help me…
So, when making models or buildings, I always find increment gaps like in a decimal point gap.
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Its hard for me to make it, what should I do, and how to do it.
Make sure everything that isn’t supposed to move is Anchored, and try to use an increment with the Move tool to keep stuff in line with each other. If your building on say a .2 stud increment you can also check the Position of the Parts to make sure they are still aligned to the grid. Their Position shouldn’t be 56.201 studs, but you can manually zero it out by making it 56.2 by writing that number into the applicable axis.
Yes, sometimes Parts won’t align exactly, even by .0001 studs, and you have to ‘fix’ it, but it’s all part of the process here.
Oh, and the reasoning behind this is that computing decimals to binary creates what they call a ‘floating point error’ due to the fact that decimal numbers converted to binary sometimes makes really long numbers.
.25 to binary = .01
.125 to binary = .001
.1 to binary = 0.0001100110011001101
Crazy, right? So if you are using .1 as your increment it has to calculate that many decimal points every time you place a Part, and if you have a series of Parts built off each other it gets worse for each Part you place.