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1.028 broke Drills (too weak)

Discussion in 'Bug Reports' started by Joeliosis, May 8, 2014.

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  1. Joeliosis

    Joeliosis Trainee Engineer

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    Ever since the large Grinder update, the drills on small ships have been dramatically nerfed. I can only drill for a few minutes before my drill breaks and dumps my ore all over the place.
    I realize that the drills were pretty tough parts to begin with, but now, they are way too fragile.

    Ive even exercised caution while drilling, being very careful, not drilling myself into a tunnel.... they just suuuuuuuck now.
     
  2. Opposing Forces

    Opposing Forces Trainee Engineer

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    i have had no issues with my ship drills in 1.028. have you modified one of the .sbc files?
     
  3. Neouni

    Neouni Apprentice Engineer

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    Haven't noticed any changes on my small 4 drill ships or large 20 drill designs.

    Maybe you set your object count higher so stuff bounces on your drill more.
    Drills could be full causing massive bouncing objectcount

    Thrusters or gyroscope also damaged, causing poor inertia dampening for drill shake ?
     
  4. Phand

    Phand Master Engineer

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    Hi,

    this is strange. I asked our programmer and there has not been any changes in integrity of this object or grinder. I will take a look at this anyway.
     
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