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Ad Astra Unlimited Resource Encyclopedia: Intermediate Products and You

Soil

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Soil is processed regolith, sifted to remove the dangerous extremely-small micro-particles and waste for fertilizer. It takes on a deeper brown color and smells nearly identical to volcanic soil. They're manufactured within Cryo Atmosphere Distillers due to the distillation processes needed to manufacture Soil.
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Rover Chassis

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The starting framework of a rover, being able to be melded into either a hauling rover's chassis or an explorer rover's chassis. These rovers are able to handle nearly any weather threat, although some severe ones can still send your rovers home in wrecks. This design was based on the original chassis designs of the Ad Astra Landings.
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Rover Wheels

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Rover wheels are specifically sculpted to drive on the micro-fine dust of the Martian surface. Molded out of Aluminium and Titanium plates, they're highly durable. Eight wheels are required for hauling rovers and four for explorer rovers.
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Machined Parts

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A collection of extremely well machined bolts, nuts, tiny gears and other mechanical parts. These are normally used in the creation of mars-rated buildings and rovers. They are extremely resistant against oxidization due to the near lack of oxygen on the Martian surface. Typically created out of aluminum and steel.
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Structural Parts

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A bundle of structural beams used to reinforce the chassis and exteriors of rovers and buildings. They're created with massive 3D-printers using steel, titanium and aluminum. This alloy is incredibly strong and is used by both the Ad Astra Development Zone and Duskworks.
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Electronic Parts

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Depending on the intended usage of these circuit boards, they can be used as the electrical systems for rovers or industrial habitations. They are also used as the autonomous brain of the rovers and are constructed from processed regolith turned into silicon, copper, and raw PVC.
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PVC

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PVC or Polyvinyl chloride, is one of the most useful synthetic polymer of plastic. It's created through a chemical process in the Chem Lab by a mixture of Methane, Hydrogen and Water. This raw PVC can be molded into all kinds of shapes and one of the more common uses is extruding it into a pipe shape.
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PLA

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PLA or Polylactic acid is a thermoplastic polymer and is commonly used in 3D printing proceesses and made from fermented sorghum and Co2.
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PVC Pipe

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PVC Pipe is one of the most common uses of PVC, typically found anywhere within the scrapyards on Earth, these pipes can be used to create empty power cells that can be slotted into any solar panel in order to charge them up.
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Soil
Rover Chassis
Rover Wheels
Machined Parts
Structural Parts
Electronic Parts
PVC
PLA
PVC Pipe