I'm new to blender and actually amazed from the possibilities it provides. I successfully created a set of boxes (like domino tiles) that fall in a chain reaction. (Like in this answer: https://blender.stackexchange.com/a/7111/8260).
When I did this there was a tiny fall of the tiles (about 0.001cm) and very quickly they stood still.
OK, Now I want to build a +30 tiles height building (and see them fall :-) ), but even though I put the tile one over another with precise mathematical positioning they still have an initial shake, so a 5 floor tower stands, but a high tower just falls by itself.
The tower I am tring to build looks like this:
(this is an example of 5 floor tower, each floor has 2 vertical tiles and one horizontal)
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So my question is - how can I position this kind of building with 30 floors or more without get the "initial shake" when starting the simulation - I want the building to fall only when it gets hit.