Difference between revisions of "Stonecutter's table"

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{{Info|This table is used to cut [[rock debris]] found on the map into [[Resources#Materials|stone bricks]] that can be used to build the [[stone wall]], the [[stone tile]] and some furniture. Stonecutter's tables are considered dirty with a [[Room stats#Cleanliness|cleanliness]] of -5.
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{{Info|This table is used to cut [[rock chunk]]s into [[stone blocks]]. Stonecutting is a [[crafting]] task, but gives no experience points.  Each rock chunk will make 20 stone blocks, and the crafting skill level of the pawn does not influence the yield. Stonecutter's tables are considered dirty, and have a [[Room stats#Cleanliness|cleanliness]] of -5.}}
  
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== Usage ==
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Work bills can be created at the stonecutter's table for each kind of rock chunk, as well as a special bill that will use any type of rock chunk available.  In order to produce several types of stone block, and exclude the rest, it is easiest to create the universal work bill, and then select only the desired rock chunk from the list of allowed ingredients.
  
To start creating bricks, select the table and click on "Bills" then "Add Bill" to add an order to create stone bricks. You can cut each of the 5 kinds of stone separately, or make them out of any stone type available.
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Chunks are hauled automatically from the entire map, even if they're not marked for hauling. This can be avoided by reducing the ingredient radius on the work bills. It is more efficient to create a dumping stockpile zone close to the work station, and adjust the ingredient radius accordingly.
 
 
 
 
The colonist will automatically take any rock debris from the dumping zone. If there is no more rock debris in the dumping zone and there isn't any marked rock debris, the colonist will stop working until more rock debris has been selected for hauling.
 
For every chunk, 20 stone bricks will be created independent of the crafting skill.
 
Each rock debris will give 30 XP.}}
 
  
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When setting up the work bills, keep in mind that the task count lists the amount of ''chunks'' that are cut, not the amount of stone blocks produced.  So in order to produce 100 stone blocks, a bill of 5 work units has to be set up, each producing 20 stone blocks.
  
 
A '''stonecutter's table''' can be made out of various materials.
 
A '''stonecutter's table''' can be made out of various materials.

Revision as of 02:43, 15 October 2019

Stonecutter's table

Stonecutter's table

A work table equipped to cut rough stone into usable blocks.


Type
ProductionResources
Placeable
Yes
Size
1 ˣ 3
HP
180
Buy
Building Material (steel, wood, plasteel, etc.) 105


This table is used to cut rock chunks into stone blocks. Stonecutting is a crafting task, but gives no experience points. Each rock chunk will make 20 stone blocks, and the crafting skill level of the pawn does not influence the yield. Stonecutter's tables are considered dirty, and have a cleanliness of -5.


Usage

Work bills can be created at the stonecutter's table for each kind of rock chunk, as well as a special bill that will use any type of rock chunk available. In order to produce several types of stone block, and exclude the rest, it is easiest to create the universal work bill, and then select only the desired rock chunk from the list of allowed ingredients.

Chunks are hauled automatically from the entire map, even if they're not marked for hauling. This can be avoided by reducing the ingredient radius on the work bills. It is more efficient to create a dumping stockpile zone close to the work station, and adjust the ingredient radius accordingly.

When setting up the work bills, keep in mind that the task count lists the amount of chunks that are cut, not the amount of stone blocks produced. So in order to produce 100 stone blocks, a bill of 5 work units has to be set up, each producing 20 stone blocks.

A stonecutter's table can be made out of various materials.

Material Steel Cost Cost Hit Points Flammability (%) Beauty
Steel 105 Steel.png - 180 20 0
Plasteel 30 Steel.png 75 Plasteel.png 505 10 0
Wood 30 Steel.png 75 Wood.png 90 100 0
Gold 30 Steel.png 750 Gold.png 108 20 0
Silver 30 Steel.png 750 Silver.png 126 20 0
Uranium 30 Steel.png 75 Uranium.png 450 0 0