|Opened on:||Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 13:38|
|Last modified:||Sunday, June 28, 2015 - 07:23|
Lately many people have heard me complaining about rebuild. The exact problem is difficult to identify so I'll lay out a few of the symptoms here.
1) rebuild frequently attempts to place hydrophiles in the core as it's first option even if hydrophobes are available
2) Many times I have seen one of the shadow rebuilds placed exactly where I wish, but the rebuild never plces itself there. My understanding is that rebuild attempts valid positions while discarding invalid ones. But all too often the placement it allows are just as invalid as the positions it skips resulting in the "broken" backbone.
3) Banding during rebuild. For me, banding during a rebuild provides only catastrophic results. If others have success with it I would love to hear their technique, but if no one can successfully use it, I recommend that the bands on a rebuild be used as more of a suggestion to the rebuilder than the absolute position it attempts. Many times it will not even attempt to turn the segment from the first position where lands
Again I cannot say exactly what is wrong with rebuild, but I feel that it could use a good review to see if improvements can be made.