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Welding physics asset bones at runtime

I'm trying to implement dismemberment, and to do so i set the scale of a hit bone to 0, 0 ,0 but this makes the mesh stretch out, because the bones still have collision. Is there any way to weld the bones of a physics asset at runtime? When i weld in the PHAT it works fine, but i want to weld the bones only when a specific bone is hit, otherwise they should move freely. I think this is possible with body instance, but im not sure how to use it.

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asked Apr 08 '15 at 07:57 AM in Blueprint Scripting

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I seem to have fixed this problem by setting the constraints of the physics asset to use projection with an tolerance set to 0. So if anyone is looking for a workaround for a similar problem this is the solution instead of welding bones.

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answered Apr 08 '15 at 08:17 AM

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