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Anchor Position and Pivot/Ceneter Position of import assets
There is a problem that has troubled me for long time. I am working on a project which requires placing large machine model. After placement, my Model jumped occasionally. Since I add an anchor to the model for all the elements, I found somehow the pivot of my model is really far away from the real center of model. So, I doubt that my anchor is attached to the pivot. Then it occurs the unstable placement. The question is where the anchor exactly is attached. Pivot?
Another issue is about the pivot of the import 3D .FBX model. I edit pivot with some other software. However, it doesnt't really change the pivot when I examine it after import. That is werid. Does someone has similar experience when working with a large model?