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Crafting Materials

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Crafting Materials are used in making different kinds of items in the Fabricator.

List of Raw Materials[edit | edit source]

Raw Materials can be made by deconstructing certain Minerals.

Material Price Research Price Military Price City Price Outpost Price Mine Description
Aluminum.png
Aluminium
42 Credits 42 Credits 42 Credits 42 Credits 29 Credits Most commonly used in the manufacture of tanks and ammunition boxes.
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Calcium
31 Credits 31 Credits 31 Credits 31 Credits 21 Credits Used to manufacture Tonic Liquid.
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Carbon
10 Credits N/A 10 Credits 10 Credits 7 Credits Most commonly used in the manufacture of steel and plastic.
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Chlorine
11 Credits 11 Credits 11 Credits N/A 7 Credits Most commonly used saline, a common treatment for blood loss, and Chloral hydrate, a powerful sedative.
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Copper
22 Credits 22 Credits 22 Credits 22 Credits 15 Credits Most commonly used in the manufacture of electrical wiring.
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Iron
5 Credits 5 Credits 5 Credits 5 Credits 3 Credits Can be used in the manufacture of simple tools, or refined into steel by mixing it with Carbon.
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Lead
18 Credits 18 Credits 18 Credits 18 Credits 12 Credits Most commonly used in the manufacture of various types of ammunition.
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Lithium
88 Credits 88 Credits 88 Credits 88 Credits 61 Credits Most commonly used in the manufacture of batteries and antipsychotic drugs. Reacts violently when in contact with water.
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Magnesium
65 Credits 65 Credits 65 Credits 65 Credits 45 Credits Used in the manufacture of explosives and medical compounds. Reacts violently when in contact with water.
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Phosphorus
15 Credits 15 Credits 15 Credits 15 Credits 10 Credits Used in the manufacture of lamps, explosives and some medical compounds.
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Potassium
10 Credits 10 Credits 10 Credits 10 Credits 7 Credits Used in the manufacture of explosives and medical compounds. Reacts violently when in contact with water.
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Rubber
10 Credits 10 Credits 10 Credits 20 Credits N/A Used to manufacture Diving Gear and Wires.
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Silicon
31 Credits 31 Credits 31 Credits 31 Credits 21 Credits Used as an ingredient in aluminium alloys, plastic and various electrical components.
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Sodium
33 Credits 33 Credits 33 Credits 33 Credits 23 Credits Medical fabricators can combine sodium and chloride to create a saline solution, which can be used as a treatment for blood loss or as an ingredient for more complex medicine. Reacts violently when in contact with water.
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Thorium
125 Credits 125 Credits 125 Credits 125 Credits 87 Credits Used to manufacture long-lasting Fuel Rods, and Radiotoxin.
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Tin
11 Credits 11 Credits 11 Credits 11 Credits 7 Credits Most commonly used in the manufacture of various electrical components.
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Titanium
65 Credits 65 Credits 65 Credits 65 Credits 45 Credits Used to manufacture Ballistic Fiber, Piercing Ammunition Box, and Titanium-Aluminium Alloy.
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Uranium
50 Credits 50 Credits 50 Credits 50 Credits 35 Credits Can be refined in a fabricator to create fuel rods for a nuclear reactor, or used in the manufacture of nuclear weapons.
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Zinc
26 Credits 26 Credits 26 Credits 26 Credits 18 Credits Most commonly used in the manufacture of batteries and Tonic Liquid.

List of Processed Materials[edit | edit source]

Processed Materials can be made by using certain raw materials in the Fabricator or Medical Fabricator.

Material Price Research Price Military Price City Price Outpost Price Mine Notes
Ballistic Fiber.png
Ballistic Fiber
125 Credits 125 Credits 125 Credits 110 Credits N/A Used for manufacturing Security Gear.
Flash Powder.png
Flash Powder
120 Credits 120 Credits N/A N/A N/A Used for crafting Flares, Sufforin, Compound N, Stun Grenades. Explodes if it impacts a surface hard enough.
Organic Fiber.png
Organic Fiber
40 Credits 40 Credits 40 Credits 60 Credits N/A Used for crafting Bandages.
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Plastic
40 Credits 40 Credits 40 Credits 40 Credits N/A Used for manufacturing certain tools, weapons, equipment, FPGA Circuits and C-4 Blocks.
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Titanium-Aluminium Alloy
200 Credits 175 Credits 200 Credits 200 Credits 122 Credits Used for manufacturing the Diving Suit, Grenade Launcher and Riot Shotgun.
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Steel Bar
25 Credits 25 Credits 25 Credits 30 Credits 17 Credits Used for manufacturing tools, weapons, fuel rods, equipment and sirens.

List of Rare Metals[edit | edit source]

Rare Metals can only be purchased from Research Outposts or acquired by deconstructing Alien Artifacts and other alien items.

Metal Price Description
Dementonite Bar.png
Dementonite Bar
200 Credits Used to manufacture Deliriumine.
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Fulgurium Bar
200 Credits Used to manufacture Fulgurium Battery Cells and Fuel Rods.
Incendium Bar.png
Incendium Bar
200 Credits Used to manufacture Welding Fuel Tanks and other explosives. The bar itself can explode if it impacts a surface hard enough.
Physicorium Bar.png
Physicorium Bar
200 Credits Used to manufacture physicorium variants of Railgun Shells, Coilgun Ammunition Boxes and Spears.