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Auto Credit Based on Hannah1212's Hex base parts backup 1.0

I’ve added 3 new parts!

  • T connector - connect things at 90º
  • Double door - can be used inside without the door going though everything
  • Vertical connector - go up (recommended for zero g space stations)

Old version here


These are parts you can use to build your own customizable base. They are grouped so they can be easily copied snapped together to make huge bases. There’s a small example base included.

Please read all the directions and watch the gifs before you try building anything


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Includes

  • Large octagon room (you can add more doorways)
  • Hexagon room (1 doorway)
  • Hexagon room (2 doorways)
  • Hex Door (slider 1)
  • Double Door (slider 1) New
  • 3-way tunnel connector (120º)
  • T connector (90º) New
  • Vertical connector New
  • Short tunnel
  • Long tunnel
  • Tiny grey tunnel connector
  • Extra wall

Notes/tips

  • WATCH THE GIFS ABOVE! Especially the first one if you are confused about how to connect the parts.
  • Duplicate the pieces or save them as sub assemblies.
  • Turn off Auto Rotate. Manually rotate the parts then connect them, it works better that way.
  • The hinges in the double door are inside the wall, they are named door hinge if you want to find them.
To add more doorways to the large (octagon) room
  • Choose one of the labeled walls
  • Disconnect the bottom piece from the floor (fuel tank) (there’s only 1 connection)
  • Remove the wall
  • Connect a doorway piece (the bottom should snap on to the side of the floor)

Feel free to use these to make your own bases, just try to give credit. It’s made to be customizable, so add or change whatever you want.

Let me know if you have any questions, or make something cool! :)

GENERAL INFO

  • Predecessor: Hex base parts backup 1.0
  • Created On: iOS
  • Game Version: 0.9.509.0
  • Price: $67k
  • Number of Parts: 763
  • Dimensions: 3 m x 3 m x 5 m

PERFORMANCE

  • Total Delta V: 0m/s
  • Total Thrust: 600N
  • Engines: 2
  • Wet Mass: 72,144kg
  • Dry Mass: 42,525kg

STAGES

Stage Engines Delta V Thrust Burn Mass

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    A ramp can make the droods fall back to the 1st floor.

    1.5 years ago
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    7,293 Hannah1212

    I’m honestly not sure if/when I will add more to these, but if I do I will add some kind of ramp. That sounds like an awesome base idea, lmk how it goes! @swxuy

    1.5 years ago
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    I’m planning to make a 3 story hex base with attic. It will include airlock doors, security alarm system in the main entrance, attic fan (cools down the attic because it’s insulated) attic fan thermostat, remodeled kitchen and cafeteria, air conditioning for the droods, attic loft door hatch, security cameras, habs with beds, recessed, flat panel lighting, internal doors, emergency alarms, emergency doors, panic room, observation deck in upper deck, a few Hab hallways in mid-deck, office rooms in mid deck, lab,research areas, metal, carpet flooring, nice looking stairs and solar generators in the top of the attic.

    1.5 years ago
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    Can you add a new part (stair hallway) to the hex base parts? @Hannah1212

    1.5 years ago
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    7,293 Hannah1212

    Guess that's true, you can jump ridiculously high on some places. Yeah sadly no ladders, although the floor of the hab modules comes in multiple pieces, so it wouldn't be too hard to remove one and make a ramp. Make whatever you want with it, I've put them on a space station before. I've also seen someone make an underwater base with them, which was pretty cool. @swxuy

    1.5 years ago
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    Is this a 2-in-1?

    1.5 years ago
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    Can we make a space station with this?

    1.5 years ago
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    It helps to make multiple levels. And I like that it can only work in a place where you can jump high. You can add the stair part. Unfortunately ladders wouldn’t work in this game.

    1.5 years ago
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    7,293 Hannah1212

    Connecting things vertically (flip one upside down to connect them I think). Really only makes sense in zero g. @swxuy

    +1 1.5 years ago
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    What is the vertical connector for?

    1.5 years ago
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    Can't believe I didn't upvote this 😬

    1.8 years ago
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    @Hannah1212 alr

    2.0 years ago
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    11.3k Chtite451SR2

    @Hannah1212 ok, must have mistaked one part for another lol
    soon, I'll get those interiors done... mabye next year lol

    2.0 years ago
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    7,293 Hannah1212

    Lol I agree interiors can be a pain. Also, I think there should be a T connector that’s not attached to anything. @Chtite451SR2

    2.0 years ago
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    7,293 Hannah1212

    I’m planning on working on a space station next, but a two story hab would probably be easy. Just stack 2 on top of each other and take out a piece of the floor/ceiling (it’s already made of six parts). I’ll probably try it if I decide to make another land base with these, but not for a while. @NebulaSpaceAgency

    2.0 years ago
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    11.3k Chtite451SR2

    mabye seperate the t connecter from the hab module? (suggestion)

    2.0 years ago
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    11.3k Chtite451SR2

    nice! i really want to make a base with these... but im building something new too XD
    man i rly dont want to do its interiors (oops lol... XD jk you can know that is has interior, you can also have a hint on what it is, it orbits)

    2.0 years ago
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    new suggestion:
    Two story hab, same size and the Large hab but just taller and probably a ramp

    +1 2.0 years ago
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    13.5k Vedhaspace

    how to do part connection thing?

    2.0 years ago
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    47.9k KirRu

    Make skycrane for it

    2.0 years ago
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    perfect timing! i was just about to ask for an interior door for airlocks!

    2.0 years ago

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