Space Engineers

Space Engineers

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S - Anubis - side thruster - DX11
 
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Jun 6, 2015 @ 4:25pm
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S - Anubis - side thruster

DX9 also DX11

Big thruster 7x5x19

Force Magnitude - 123000000
MaxPowerConsumption - 1000




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109 Comments
🍄 Feb 22 @ 11:54am 
@Dibly

For a mod that is not appearing in your G menu, you must delete the associated SBM file from your Space Engineers mod folder (on both client and server if applicable) and let it redownload. The name of the file will match the workshop ID of the mod, found in the URL of this page directly after "filedetails/?id="
soviet union Feb 19 @ 8:45pm 
why isn't this showing up in my toolbar config?
prbeeney Jan 4 @ 9:31pm 
If you used this on a small ship, you wouldn't have a ship left, the engine would be about 50 km ahead.

This has the thrust of 100 H2 thrusters.
Jaeha Jan 4 @ 3:37am 
This mod works with the last version ?
TheCrimsonSoldier Dec 19, 2016 @ 8:52pm 
can we get this but for small ships too???
Eviscerator May 7, 2016 @ 7:35pm 
A vectored engine (or thuster) by definition is one of two things. 1. An engine of which the exhaust nozzle is mounted on a gimble which allows the nozzle to reorient itself within a certain range of X and Y, not usually greater than + or - 30 degrees off the center plane, OR 2. An engine which mounts 2-4 adjustable thruster vanes off the exhaust that can redirect exhaust gases in a similar fashion. The use of either is refered to as "thrust vectoring" and has the effect of giving a craft increased, and often finer, control than an atmospheric control surface. It is also the only option for fine control of space craft under thrust, as RCS systems and reaction wheels tend to "heavy hand" space craft around their own center of mass rather than working with it
Eviscerator May 7, 2016 @ 7:35pm 
Examples of use would include: Liquid fuel rockets use gimbled engine nozzles as thrust vectoring, and advanced fighter craft, like the F-22 Raptor, use thruster vanes for vectoring. Some might include the F-35 in this example, but that would be incorrect as that aircraft uses ducted thrust, a method to completely redirect thrust off, and against, the center plane of normal travel, and the craft's center of mass.
Inmaculado Mar 15, 2016 @ 1:15am 
run in survival?
Mr. Wright Jan 1, 2016 @ 11:51pm 
Could anyone tell me if this thruster actually has forward thrust alongside with the side thrust?
Pokeking Nov 23, 2015 @ 3:41pm 
R@Aeonix: k.mitch.gh is right, this is a VTOL thruster when conected to a roto not a vector thruster (whatever that might be), as I play SR3&4.