Curt84328 Posted August 28, 2017 Share Posted August 28, 2017 sometimes it may be desired to adjust the terrain between two tracks that are at different levels. Using the terrain adjust feature in MBS results in terrain that is level with each track, but leaves a rough terrain between tracks with huge gaping pits. Note the holes between the tracks activating the landscaping icon (The Mountain) allows you to make fine manual adjustments to the area between tracks. Clicking on the first (Topmost square that is at least partly in the area to adjust) and reading the height below, then entering the value into a calculator will allow you to determine the values for adjusting. clicking the bottommost square (again, in the area to adjust) will give you the other value. take the top value - (Minus) the bottom value to get the height difference. in this case the height difference is 21.56 MM now take the number of squares between tracks - (Minus) the top and bottom Squares/ Example has 6 squares (not counting top and bottom squares). Divide the height difference by the number of squares, this value turns out to be 3.59333 mm insert this value into memory. take the height of the top square. - (Minus) the calculated value to get the height of the second square. take this value (Minus) the calculated value for the third square, and so on. When you reach the last square the value read should match the calculated value for same square within .1 mm This results in a smooth, even slope between tracks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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