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Old 02-16-2013, 02:21 PM   #1
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Symetry issue on exported object

Hi guys, i'm Portuguese so i will try to explain my problem the best i can.

I work the most time on Zbrush, but sometime i need to export the objects to 3D Max and make them more organized and symmetric, but every time i cut half of the object and use symmetry modifier this happen, i can only reduce the threshold but this time even if i reduce to 0 i still have some issues. I try to search for same issues but cant find.

This are the preferences that i use to import the object to 3D max

The object

And the issue with symmetry

I have other problem if you guys can help me, when i zoom in to be closer of a point or edge, somehow it cut the object. this way i cant be much closer as i wanna.

Here the pict

Hope someone help me.
Old 02-22-2013, 08:21 AM   #2
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try to use "reset x-form" and then transofrm the object back to editable poly. Should help

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