1.8 - Breakable Constraints

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A constraint can be made to break once a certain amount of angular or linear force has been applied to the constraint through its constrained objects. An Angular Force would be considered like snapping a twig or a torsion force. A Linear Force is a "pulling" force along the "length" of the constraint, such as applying too much weight to a crane's lift line.

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