Scuba Fins (Advanced)

From PolyCraft World
Jump to: navigation, search

Description

Scuba fins allow you to swim faster while in water but make you walk much slower while on land.

These are the highest level of scuba fins which allow you to swim faster than the lower tiers. The other two levels are:
- Scuba Fins (Beginner)
- Scuba Fins (Intermediate)
These are made with lower level polymers.

The scuba fins are equipped in the boots slot in your inventory.

Recipes

The advanced scuba fins require at least Polycraft Level 7 to make and are made by putting Nitrile-Butadiene Rubber Pellets, Bromine Isobutylene-Isoprene Rubber Pellets, Styrene-Butadiene Rubber Pellets, Hydrogenated Nitrile-Butadiene Rubber Pellets, or Chlorine Isobutylene-Isoprene Rubber Pellets into the hopper of the injection molder with a water bucket and a scuba fin mold, which is shown further below (see Machining Mill - Scuba Fins).

Injection Molder

Outputs Components Recipe
  • Scuba Fins (Advanced) Scuba Fins (Advanced)
Mold (Scuba Fins)
Bag (Nitrile-Butadiene Rubber Pellets)
16
Scuba Fins (Advanced)
Water Bucket
Fuel

  • Scuba Fins (Advanced) Scuba Fins (Advanced)
Mold (Scuba Fins)
Bag (Bromine Isobutylene-Isoprene Rubber Pellets)
16
Scuba Fins (Advanced)
Water Bucket
Fuel

  • Scuba Fins (Advanced) Scuba Fins (Advanced)
Mold (Scuba Fins)
Bag (Styrene-Butadiene Rubber Pellets)
16
Scuba Fins (Advanced)
Water Bucket
Fuel

  • Scuba Fins (Advanced) Scuba Fins (Advanced)
Mold (Scuba Fins)
Bag (Hydrogenated Nitrile-Butadiene Rubber Pellets)
16
Scuba Fins (Advanced)
Water Bucket
Fuel

  • Scuba Fins (Advanced) Scuba Fins (Advanced)
Mold (Scuba Fins)
Bag (Chlorine Isobutylene-Isoprene Rubber Pellets)
16
Scuba Fins (Advanced)
Water Bucket
Fuel

Machining Mill

The mold can be made using Bronze Ingots, Cobalt Ingots, Stainless Steel Ingots, Antimony Ingots, Nichrome Ingots, Magnesium Ingots, Nickel Ingots, Bismuth Ingot, Tungsten Ingots, Titanium Ingots, Brass Ingots, Tungsten Carbide Ingots, Platinum Ingots, Manganese Ingots, Aluminum Ingots, Steel Ingots, or Antimony-Lead Ingots.

Only one kind of ingot can be used for each mold. .

Outputs Components Recipe
Bronze Ingot
Bronze Ingot
Bronze Ingot
Bronze Ingot
Bronze Ingot
Bronze Ingot
Bronze Ingot
Bronze Ingot
Bronze Ingot
Bronze Ingot
Bronze Ingot
Bronze Ingot
Bronze Ingot
Bronze Ingot
Bronze Ingot
Bronze Ingot
Bronze Ingot
Bronze Ingot
Mold (Scuba Fins)
Water Bucket

Nitrile-Butadiene Rubber Pellets

Nitrile-Butadiene Rubber Pellets are the easiest of the 5 pellets to make. To make these, you need to combine acrylonitrile and butadiene in a chemical processor.

Outputs Components Recipe
Vial (Acrylonitrile)
Vial (Butadiene)
3
Bag (Nitrile-Butadiene Rubber Pellets)
4
Water Bucket
Water Bucket
Fuel

Acrylonitrile

To acquire acrylonitrile you need to combine Propylene and Ammonia in a chemical processor.

Outputs Components Recipe
Flask (Propylene)
Flask (Ammonia)
Vial (Acrylonitrile)
2
Water Bucket
Water Bucket
Fuel

Proplyene

Propylene can be acquired by distilling crude oil in a distillation column. The tree is as follows:
Crude Oil --> Naptha --> Light Naptha --> Light Olefins --> Propylene

Ammonia

Ammonia can be acquired by combining Nitrogen, Hydrogen, and a Iron III Oxide Catalyst in a chemical processor.
Nitrogen is acquired by placing a condenser anywhere except near a block of water.
see Hydrogen below for how to acquire Flask (Hydrogen)

Outputs Components Recipe
Iron III Oxide Catalyst
Flask (Nitrogen)
Flask (Hydrogen)
3
Flask (Ammonia)
2
Water Bucket
Water Bucket
Fuel

Butadiene

To acquire butadiene, you need to distill crude oil in a distillation column to get benzene, toluene, or xylene. The tree is as follows:
Crude Oil --> Benzene-Toulene-Xylene --> Benzene, Toluene, and Xylene

Then combine the benzene, toluene, or xylene in the steam cracker with hydrogen in the steam cracker.

Outputs Components Recipe
Flask (Hydrogen)
4
Vial (Benzene)
4
Vial (Butadiene)
2
Vial (Butylene isomers)
2
Flask (Ethylene)
4
Water Bucket
Water Bucket
Fuel

Flask (Hydrogen)
4
Vial (Toluene)
4
Vial (Butadiene)
2
Vial (Butylene isomers)
2
Flask (Propylene)
4
Water Bucket
Water Bucket
Fuel

Flask (Hydrogen)
16
Vial (Xylene)
16
Vial (Butadiene)
16
Vial (Butylene isomers)
16
Water Bucket
Water Bucket
Fuel

Hydrogen

Hydrogen can be acquired by combining a Platinum Catalyst with deionized water in a chemical processor.

Outputs Components Recipe
Platinum Catalyst
Vial (Deionized Water)
2
Flask (Oxygen)
Flask (Hydrogen)
2
Water Bucket
Water Bucket
Fuel

Deionized Water is acquired by combining salt water with a Platinum Catalyst in a chemical processor. | Salt water cam be aqcuired by placing a condenser adjacent to a source block of water.

Outputs Components Recipe
Vial (Salt Water)
32
Platinum Catalyst
Flask (Chlorine)
Vial (Bromine)
Bag (Sodium)
Vial (Sodium Borate)
Vial (Deionized Water)
28
Water Bucket
Water Bucket
Fuel

Properties

Name Value
Polymer Pellets Bag (Styrene-Butadiene Rubber Pellets)
Crafting Pellets 16
Crafting Duration (sec) 30
Max Stack Size 1
"VelocityInWater 0.4
VelocityOnGround 0.025
Durability(MCMins) 60
Source 1 Bag (Nitrile-Butadiene Rubber Pellets)
Source 2 Bag (Hydrogenated Nitrile-Butadiene Rubber Pellets)
Source 3 Bag (Chlorine Isobutylene-Isoprene Rubber Pellets)
Source 4" Bag (Bromine Isobutylene-Isoprene Rubber Pellets)
Release Version 1.1.0

History

Gallery

Scuba fins.png

References