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*This is a decent alternative to use early on in the game if you're short on materials and space. The connector is still recommended later.
 
*This is a decent alternative to use early on in the game if you're short on materials and space. The connector is still recommended later.
  
*Add multiple ejectors to a single [[Conveyor Sorter Small]] in order to increase [[Stone]] ejection speed.
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*Add multiple ejectors to a single [[Conveyor Sorter Small]] through a conveyor junction in order to increase [[Stone]] ejection speed.
  
 
== Known Issues ==
 
== Known Issues ==

Revision as of 19:46, 16 September 2018


Ejector Icon.png
Small Ship Icon.png
Small Ship
Ejector
 
Components
Required

 

 
 
1
 
 
Mass (kg):
212.8
 
Integrity:
899
 
Build time (seconds):
15
 
Storage Capacity (L):
64
 
Airtight:
No
 
Dimensions (W x H x D):
1 x 1 x 1

Overview

The ejector is used to dump small items to space. It only connects to small conveyor systems and, for this reason, cannot be used to get rid of larger Components. Due to the small size of ores, it can be put to good use by mining ships to transfer ores to a Collector or simply eject unwanted Stone into space. It is not suitable for salvage ships however, as they will frequently grind larger components.

Usage

The ejector is a cheap alternative to the Connector. It only uses a one block space. However, its only function it has is to take items from the grids inventory and eject them into space. It does this at a slow rate, and can only pull items capable of fitting through small conveyors. It shoots the items out at a rate of 1 m per second. The ejector can only pull a limited amount of items compared to its counterpart Connector.

Media

Ejector Ejector01.jpg

Tips

  • This is a decent alternative to use early on in the game if you're short on materials and space. The connector is still recommended later.

Known Issues

Related Items

Programming

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