Building a Combination Lock in Cinema 4D Using Xpresso

Expresso Mechanic TV shows how to build a working combination lock in Cinema 4D with some scripting.

This new Xpresso tutorial from Expresso Mechanic TV is the first in a two-part series showing how to make a combination lock like the one you find on a safe.

Julian shows how to build the lock parts and make them behave as desired by using Xpresso. The tutorial covers using a couple of nodes in a practical example, namely the Collision and Matrix2HPB nodes.

A while ago, Julian had a crack at making a working barrel-stye combination lock from scratch.

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