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Old 03-12-2013, 07:31 AM   #1
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Need help! Reaction manager

Hey there,

Hoping someone might be able to help me understand what I'm doing wrong here... I am in the process of rigging a retracting piece of landing gear. This is my first attempt at this. I have had no issue getting the two pistons to rotate as the gear retracts, but whenever I try to do the same thing with the arm that also attaches to the landing gear, it will not rotate back to it's zero position... The coordinates show up as -0 instead of 0 in reaction manager at both it's start, and end position, and no other objects have done that so far. Thought that could be relevant...

I have tried freezing transforms, tried doing it without freezing, and a few other things that have yielded no results. Could this be an issue in the hierarchy of the pieces that make up the arm? I'm at a loss, hopefully someone can help give me an idea of what the problem could be. I would greatly appreciate any help!
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