Julian Field shows how to create a perpetual conveyor effector using Python.
A new tutorial from the Xpresso Mechanic Julian Field runs through how you can create a perpetual conveyor effector for Maxon Cinema 4D using Python. Parts of the effector alternate between a moving cube pushing it forward and back again.
Julian uses Range Mapper nodes in Xpresso to get it working.
About Julian Field.
Julian Field, AKA Expresso Mechanic (3D artist/animator), and The Unknown (singer/songwriter/producer), is an independent creative spirit based in Kent, UK. Teaches Logic Pro and Cinema 4D (Xpresso) via Skype and offers one-to-one tuition in your own home if you are in the UK’s Kent area.