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ArborTree's resource chain cheatsheet

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Gurgel    1401

Hmm. So I should probably just take the 4000t of lumber I have lying around, distill it and vent the result to space?

Seriously though, nice chart!

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Sasza22    2286

Pretty cool. Only thing i`d add would be ceramic. I often find myself using more coal to create it than for steel.

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Zarquan    777

I think you should include slicksters.  Slicksters allow for the CO2 to be fed back in to the petroleum generators as fuel, making domestic arbor trees water positive.

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Neotuck    2219
1 hour ago, Zarquan said:

I think you should include slicksters.  Slicksters allow for the CO2 to be fed back in to the petroleum generators as fuel, making domestic arbor trees water positive.

only problem I have with slicksters is they don't absorb much CO2 and don't excrete much oil.  This forces you to have multiple slickster ranches to be worth the effort.  Might not be a problem but if you are already ranching pips, hatches, and pokeshells, it can effect the FPS

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Zarquan    777

I built a 1 tile self sustaining slickster pen.  With over 500 hundred slicksters it didn't effect FPS too much.  When I look at them, the FPS goes down to about 20 and the game freezes for a couple seconds if you mouse over them.

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voqn    55
18 hours ago, Sasza22 said:

Pretty cool. Only thing i`d add would be ceramic. I often find myself using more coal to create it than for steel.

@Sasza22 Yes. However, I think that Pokeshell resource chain (with wild soltvine) is better than ArborTree's.

Pokeshell is the key of heavy industrial biomass.

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DarkMaster13    232
13 hours ago, Gurgel said:

Hmm. So I should probably just take the 4000t of lumber I have lying around, distill it and vent the result to space?

Seriously though, nice chart!

Turning lumber into ethanol is actually an excellent way to bank power.  If you have excess power or fuel that's difficult to store, distilling ethanol with the excess is a much better choice than using batteries.

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Zakery    32

For energy conservation you can use steam - just add water to steam chamber if your ST not consume all termo energy

 

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