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    Default 3DS Max - "Glue" Plugin

    Not sure how well-known this plugin is, but I thought I'd spread the word since I use it often.

    Here's the link.

    Itoo, the makers of the Forest Pack plugin, also have another useful (and FREE) plugin called "Glue". What glue does is simple: "This plugin aligns the pivot point of an objects selection over the surface of another object. For example, it's useful in placing trees over a mountain. Also conforms a spline to follow the surface."

    It's great for creating a road that follows topography.



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    Default Re: 3DS Max - "Glue" Plugin

    To be honest this is one of my can't live without plugins. Been using it for a long, long time!

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    Default Re: 3DS Max - "Glue" Plugin

    Ditto! It's one of those "must have" plug-ins in the DV arsenal...
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