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Personal roboport MK2

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Personal roboport MK2.png
Personal roboport MK2

Recipe

Time icon.png
20
+
Low density structure.png
20
+
Personal roboport.png
5
+
Processing unit.png
100
Personal roboport MK2.png
1

Total raw

Time icon.png
1k
+
Battery.png
225
+
Copper plate.png
650
+
Iron plate.png
500
+
Plastic bar.png
200
+
Processing unit.png
100
+
Steel plate.png
140

Recipe

Time icon.png
20
+
Low density structure.png
20
+
Personal roboport.png
5
+
Processing unit.png
100
Personal roboport MK2.png
1

Total raw

Time icon.png
1.3k
+
Battery.png
225
+
Copper plate.png
1.1k
+
Iron plate.png
1k
+
Plastic bar.png
800
+
Processing unit.png
100
+
Steel plate.png
140

Stack size

20

Dimensions

2×2

Energy consumption

4 MW (electric)

Robot recharge rate

4×1.0 MW (electric)

Internal buffer recharge rate

3.5 MW (electric)

Placed in

Modular armor.png
Power armor.png
Power armor MK2.png

Robot limit

25

Charging stations

4

Energy capacity

35 MJ (electric)

Construction area

40×40 tiles

Prototype type

roboport-equipment

Internal name

personal-roboport-mk2-equipment

Required technologies

Personal roboport MK2 (research).png

Produced by

Assembling machine 1.png
Assembling machine 2.png
Assembling machine 3.png
Player.png

Allows construction bots to work from your inventory. The Personal roboport MK2 supports significantly more robots than the Personal roboport (25, versus 10 for the Mk1), a larger construction area (40×40 rather than 30×30), and extra charging ports (4 instead of 2). Inserting multiple of either roboport into the player's Modular armor increases the number of supported robots, size of construction area and number of charging ports on a linear scale.

Just like other robots, if a personal robot runs out of energy it will reduce its speed but continue its attempt to catch up with the player. Also like the previous personal roboport, it can be toggled on or off via a button in the shortcut bar.

Scaling Personal roboport MK2
Equipped Roboports Available Robots Construction Area Charging Stations
1 25 40×40 4
2 50 57×57 8
3 75 69×69 12
4 100 80×80 16
5 125 89×89 20
6 150 98×98 24
7 175 106×106 28
8 200 113×113 32
9 225 120×120 36

The formula for calculating the construction area is 2*sqrt(sum(construction_radius^2)). For example, 2 Mk2 roboports: 2*sqrt(20*20 + 20*20) = 56.568542495, ie. 57x57.

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