Difference between revisions of "Burner mining drill"

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|energy=300 kW ([[Fuel|burner]])
 
|energy=300 kW ([[Fuel|burner]])
 
|miningspeed=0.35 items/s
 
|miningspeed=0.35 items/s
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|miningarea=2x2 tiles
 
|pollution=10
 
|pollution=10
 
|recipe={{icon|stone-furnace|1|Stone furnace}}+{{icon|iron-plate|3|Iron plate}}+{{icon|iron-gear-wheel|3|Iron gear wheel}}+{{icon|Time icon|2|time}}→{{icon|burner-mining-drill|1|Burner mining drill}}
 
|recipe={{icon|stone-furnace|1|Stone furnace}}+{{icon|iron-plate|3|Iron plate}}+{{icon|iron-gear-wheel|3|Iron gear wheel}}+{{icon|Time icon|2|time}}→{{icon|burner-mining-drill|1|Burner mining drill}}

Revision as of 13:36, 19 August 2014

Template:Machinery Mines about 7 resources per single unit of coal used to fuel it. Covers and mines in a 2x2 area. Mines 0.28/s of copper, coal or iron and .3675/s of stone. Burner miners create a lot of pollution per resource.

Self-feeding

Since v0.10.0 if placed on coal (any Fuel, but only coal makes sense) the burner mining drill uses some coal to feed it into itself.

This makes it excelent to be used without power consumption (distant, low power), but it creates more pollution!

Joseki

2 burner mining drills can refuel each other when placed next to each other on a coal deposit as long as they're facing each other. This is also called "Joseki". This trick is still useful after v0.10.



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