• Wed Apr 17 2019, 05:04PM
    Wed Apr 17 2019, 05:09PM  Yuka
    Yuka
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    Use this thread to share your favorite blueprints for the factory from the Steam Workshop. If you find something useful and you don't really classify the blueprint as a secret to your success, please share!

    Here are a few of my personal favorites:

    CAT D10: https://steamcommunity.com/workshop/filedetails/?id=1709019110
    Hover Vessel. It's a freakin bulldozer for all of your terrain manipulation needs. It may not be the most efficient craft for the job but it gets the job done and looks great and fitting while doing so.

    Ambry-CT: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1616773314
    Capital Vessel. With the weight & volume system enabled on our server, this is a must have for lifting large amounts of heavy cargo such as ore. I use it to pick up ore from my various mining sites, especially when I'm using auto miners or large farms of water generators.

    Sentinel Station: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1297771046
    Base. This space station is ideal for any PvE orbital permanent base. It features plenty of room, two floors of farms, a floor for production.. a large and flat surface for a large CV to park, a very large internal hangar with breathable atmosphere, external SV landing pads, a full medical bay, and plenty of room for future expansion. I usually add a fully array of 15 solar panels to reduce my fuel consumption.

    YukaTek Bio Fuel Farm: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1421513836
    Base. Created by yours truly. This is an orbital farm that I created as a proof-of-concept for growing fuel for free using only solar power. It'll let you grow fiber plants which you can then turn into fuel. It produces 76 units of bio fuel per growth cycle. The installed solar capacity would allow for a much greater number of growing pots... up to 6,071 growing pots, roughly. This blueprint has not been updated to take advantage of the new logistics system but would only require slight modifications in order to do so.
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