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Floor Generator is a plugin for 3ds Max (2013 to 2017) which generates floor objects consisting of individual boards which can easily be textured using MultiTexture. It’s a great tool if you’re doing architecture visualization and need to make floors that are NOT going to tile and that you can see up close without any pixilation.
The Floor Generator modifier can be assigned to any closed 2D shape or objects with co-planar polygons. The default settings is for scenes in millimeters, if you don’t use that you will have to adjust them, To speed up the process you can save the floor under “Save/Load Presets”
Floor Pattern – If you have the full version you can switch between the types of patterns in the “Floor Pattern” Drop down menu.
Max Length – Controls the maximum length a board can be.
Min Length – Controls the minimum length a board can be. By default locked to the “Max Length”.
Spread – If you have boards with variable length the “Spread” setting will control the distribution between the two sizes, 0,5 the length is evenly distributed, a low Spread value creates a lot of long boards and only a few short ones, a high spread creates a lot of short boards and only a few long ones.
Max Width – Controls the maximum width a board can be.
Min Width – Controls the minimum length a board can be. By default locked to the “Max Width”.
Spread – Controls the distribution if there is variable width, for details read above.
Grout Len – Controls the width of the grout in the length direction.
Grout Wid – Control the width of the grout in the width direction.
Row Offset % – Controls how much each row of boards should be offset.
Extrude H – Controls the height of the floor.
Bevel H – Controls the height have the bevel along the edge of the board.
Outline – Controls the width of the bevel, by default it’s locked to the height in order to create a 45 degree bevel.
Floor Generator – Variation Per Board
Max Rotation – Controls how much each board can rotate around itself, it is restricted to not overlap other boards, if you don’t care about that read about “Max Overlap” below.
Min Rotation – Controls the minimum rotation, so should normally be set to 0 to randomly rotate between 0 and the value in “Max Rotation”.
Spread – Controls the distribution between Max and Min, if the spread value is low then only a few boards will be rotated with the maximum value, if it’s 0,5 the rotation is evenly distributed, and if it’s high more boards will be rotated with the Max value.
Floor Generator – General
Scale – This scales the entire floor up or down.
Direction – Controls the direction of the floor, change it to rotate all boards.
Seed – Change the seed of all the randomization.
Offset X – Moves all boards in the X direction.
Offset Y – Moves all board in the Y direction.
WeldThr – This welds vertices that are close to each other, if you are creating a floor with an irregular shape you might get very small boards at certain corners, the bevel might be bigger than the board and it will look weird, if you use the weld function you can sometimes eliminate the small boards.
Floor Generator – UV Settings
All boards will receive their own UV mapping, the size of the mapping will always be identical to the size of the largest board.
UV Channel – Controls which channel the UV’s should use.
Random Flip Mapping U – Mapping will randomly be flipped of the U axis.
Random Flip Mapping V – Mapping will randomly be flipped of the V axis.
Random Offset U – If boards have variable size the mapping will be randomly offset so the center of the texture isn’t used every time.
Random Offset V – If boards have variable size the mapping will be randomly offset.
FloorGenerator – Update
If you are creating very large floors the calculation can be very slow, so if you don’t want it to update every time a setting is changed you can set it to update manually.
FloorGenerator – Save/Load Presets
If you want to use the floor later you can save all the settings to a .ini file.
• If Max is set to Meters the floor creation at the edges can be in accurate.
• Creatin a floor with A LOT of boards will take a very long time and will make it look like Max hangs, this can easily happen by dragging a spinner and setting it either to high or low. So be carefull!
FloorGenerator is a script for 3dsmax which generates floor objects consisting of individual boards which can easily be textured using MultiTexture.
It’s a great tool if you’re doing architecture visualization and need to make floors that are NOT going to tile and that you can see up close without any pixelation.
-Create floors inside any closed 2D shape object
-Control width, length, gap size individually
-Randomly rotate, offset and tilt boards
-Interactive update to get instant feedback
-Fetch settings, to work on an existing floor later on
-Assign textures randomly using MultiTexture Map