Blast Door

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Blast Door Icon.png
Large Ship / Station
Blast doors
Large Ship Icon.png

ComponentsRequired

 Functional 

Dimensions (W,H,D)1,1,1
Mass2,800 kg
2,800,000 g
2,800,000,000 mg
2.8 t
Integrity14,000
Build time18 s
Deformation Ratio20 %
0.2
Disassemble Ratio300 %
3
Is AirtightAll sides
PCU Cost1
BrowseLast edit: 2020-05-19
Blast Door Icon.png
Small Ship
Blast doors
Small Ship Icon.png

ComponentsRequired

 Functional 

Dimensions (W,H,D)1,1,1
Mass100 kg
100,000 g
100,000,000 mg
0.1 t
Integrity500
Build time5 s
Deformation Ratio24 %
0.24
Disassemble Ratio300 %
3
Is AirtightAll sides
PCU Cost1
BrowseLast edit: 2020-05-19

Overview

The purpose for the blast door block is to allow the passage between blocks without damaging them. Two of its sides have half a meter of space between it and its neighboring block. This in turn allows for the creation of doors mechanically controlled by rotors and/or pistons that can slide next to other blocks without any damage occurring.

Usage

Blast door blocks are similar to armor blocks, however have a narrow profile and smaller collision box so not to damage surrounding blocks. These can be used in conjunction with pistons for example to create a large functioning door.

Media

A detailed view of the blast door block (middle, blue), and the surrounding light armor blocks. [Citation Needed] Notice that two sides of the blast door block are thinner than the others.
View of the blast door block for both small ships (left), and large ships / station (right)

Tips

  • All blast door blocks currently have no deformation enabled, meaning they will stay the same shape till they are completely destroyed

Known Issues

  • Blast door blocks cannot seal (pressurize) a room.

Related Items

Programming

Update History

Update 01.040
  • Blast door blocks introduced