Stone

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Stone
Natural Resource
Common ore. It is a raw material which can be obtain from rocks.
Icon Stone.png
Gathered fromStone veins
Stack Size100

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1
2 s
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1

Summary

Stone is one of the core basic natural resources. Found commonly throughout the galaxy, it can be harvested and processed on almost any rocky planet. Stone is an impure form of silicon, and can be refined with enough effort. Stone has great compressive strength, making it an exceptional choice as a foundation.

It is mined with the Mining Machine.

It is smelted into Stone Bricks and Glass. It can also be used to produce Silicon Ore and Sulfuric Acid, if natural sources of those have not yet been found.

Production Chain

Recipe Building Replicator? Technology
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1
2 s
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Icon Mining Machine.png ⛏️ N/A

Production Upgrades

Each level of the Veins Utilization upgrade increases the mining rate by a flat 10%, and reduces the consumption rate by a compounding 6%.

See here for a table of veins required to fill Belts per level of Veins Utilization.

Used In

Recipe Building Replicator? Technology
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1
1 s
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1
Icon Arc Smelter.pngIcon Plane Smelter.png
Tech Automatic Metallurgy.png
Icon Glass.png
1
2 s
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2
Icon Arc Smelter.pngIcon Plane Smelter.png
Tech Automatic Metallurgy.png
Icon Silicon Ore.png
1
10 s
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10
Icon Arc Smelter.pngIcon Plane Smelter.png
Tech Smelting Purification.png
Icon Sulfuric Acid.png
4
6 s
Icon Refined Oil.png
6
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8
Icon Water.png
4
Icon Chemical Plant.png
Tech Basic Chemical Engineering.png

Player Tips & Tricks

  • Stone can also be collected manually by the mech, from the rocks and pebbles strewn across planets.
  • While Stone can be smelted into Silicon Ore, it is a very slow and inefficient process and should be replaced by direct mining of Silicon Ore as soon as possible.
  • Similarly, Sulfuric Acid should be pumped from a world with a Sulfuric Acid Ocean once one is discovered, replacing a reasonably complex creation process.