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{{Info|An '''electric smithy''' is used by [[Menus#Smith|smiths]] to create melee or neolithic weapons.
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{{Info|An '''electric smithy''' is used by [[Menus#Smith|smiths]] to create melee or neolithic weapons. It requires the smithing [[research]] before it can be built. Weapons are producing using Bills. Weapons can be made out of most [[material]]. Different materials provide certain modifiers that may improve or worsen the weapon's damage. The weapon's damage is also modified by its quality. Better quality items are produced by colonists with a higher smithing skill. See [[Quality]].
Weapons are producing using Bills. Weapons can be made out of most [[material]]. Different materials provide certain modifiers that may improve or worsen the weapon's damage. The weapon's damage is also modified by its quality. Better quality items are produced by colonists with a higher smithing skill. See [[Quality]].
 
 
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-->If a smithing job is interrupted for any reason the crafter will drop the piece on the workbench, and it will be in an unfinished state until the crafter finishes it. A crafter cannot work on another crafter's piece. The inspect pane indicates the name of the piece's crafter and how much work is remaining. The stockpile filter includes an entry for unfinished weapons (under >Items >Unfinished) which allows the player to control where they are stored.
 
-->If a smithing job is interrupted for any reason the crafter will drop the piece on the workbench, and it will be in an unfinished state until the crafter finishes it. A crafter cannot work on another crafter's piece. The inspect pane indicates the name of the piece's crafter and how much work is remaining. The stockpile filter includes an entry for unfinished weapons (under >Items >Unfinished) which allows the player to control where they are stored.

Latest revision as of 19:22, 14 January 2020

Electric smithy

Electric smithy

A workbench equipped for weapons and tools production.


Type
ProductionWeapons
Placeable
Yes
Size
1 ˣ 3
HP
180
Power
- 210W
Buy
Steel 100 + Component 4
Sell
Steel 75 + Component 3



An electric smithy is used by smiths to create melee or neolithic weapons. It requires the smithing research before it can be built. Weapons are producing using Bills. Weapons can be made out of most material. Different materials provide certain modifiers that may improve or worsen the weapon's damage. The weapon's damage is also modified by its quality. Better quality items are produced by colonists with a higher smithing skill. See Quality.

If a smithing job is interrupted for any reason the crafter will drop the piece on the workbench, and it will be in an unfinished state until the crafter finishes it. A crafter cannot work on another crafter's piece. The inspect pane indicates the name of the piece's crafter and how much work is remaining. The stockpile filter includes an entry for unfinished weapons (under >Items >Unfinished) which allows the player to control where they are stored.


Item Material needed Work to make Base Value Value/Work Value/Material
Gladius 50 134 123.80 0.924 2.460
Longsword 100 300 255.00 0.850 2.550
Knife 30 30 63.48 2.116 2.116
Spear 75 200 185.70 0.928 2.476
Mace 50 100 116.60 1.166 2.332
Club 40 20 80.32 4.016 2.008
Short bow 30 40 44.64 1.116 1.488
Pila 70 117 109.20 0.933 1.560
Great bow 50 150 92.40 0.616 1.848
Recurve bow 40 84 66.00 0.786 1.650


Weapon Modifiers


Material Cooldown Blunt Sharp
Sandstone 1.35 1.00 0.65
Granite 1.35 1.00 0.65
Limestone 1.35 1.00 0.65
Slate 1.35 1.00 0.65
Marble 1.35 1.00 0.65
Silver 1.00 1.10 0.50
Gold 1.10 1.15 0.30
Steel 1.00 1.00 1.00
Plasteel 0.80 1.00 1.20
Wood 0.90 0.80 0.30
Uranium 1.35 1.40 1.10
Jade 1.10 1.50 0.80


Quality Base Damage Modifier
Awful 0.40
Shoddy 0.70
Poor 0.85
Normal 1.00
Good 1.10
Superior 1.30
Excellent 1.50
Masterwork 1.70
Legendary 2.10