I have a simple plane , a cube and a model .

The idea is that they are attracted by the force of gravity , the cube is dtenenido by the plane , but the continuous model and the plane does not stop falling .

Any suggestions ?

I have a simple plane , a cube and a model .

The idea is that they are attracted by the force of gravity , the cube is dtenenido by the plane , but the continuous model and the plane does not stop falling .

Any suggestions ?

The error message is telling you what the problem is. It can’t be a non-convex mesh collider, but you wouldn’t normally use mesh colliders for moving objects anyway.

–Eric

Hi, thanks for the reply.

Change the question. What is the best method to establish an exact type of collision for my model ?.

Greetings .

Typically you use compound primitive colliders.

–Eric