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Is there a way to control the axis that a "Force Field" applies force? I'm specifically trying to constrict the force to the x & y axis not the z axis using the "Force Field" on a Cell Fractured Object. More force in the green and much less in the blue.

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You can constrain the spherical force of a field into a cone or a tube, but these are directional.

  1. To achieve the equatorial emission you require I recommend placing a force field in the middle to distribute particles.
  2. Then 2 more force fields above and below at the polar regions. They will repel the vertical emitted particles.

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Note that in this demonstration I have turned off the initial Normal emission speed.

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