nCloth Dynamic Properties Explained

Updated: May 29, 2020

nCloth can be overwhelming for a first time user because of how many settings there are. We broke down each setting with visual examples that you can always reference it easily. Let's dive in!

Dynamic Properties

Stretch Resistance

The higher this number the less the nCloth object will stretch. It is resisting the amount of Stretching allowed.

Compression Resistance

This creates a resistance of the pressure placed on bend links. It looks like a type of volume retention the higher the number is. If the number is low, there's no resistance to when the object has pressure applied and the cloth crumbles. Whereas a higher number will cause the pressure to spread out until it forces nearby edges to bend.