Space Engineers

### Space Engineers

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MaseoTheFluffed Oct 26, 2013 @ 9:22am
Block Size.
First off, sorry if this has been answered before.
I'm trying to figure out what the size of the small/large blocks are in game by feet and or meters does anyone know for sure?
Marek Rosa  [developer] Oct 26, 2013 @ 9:35am
Large block is 2.5 meter
Small block is 0.5 meter
Marek Rosa  [developer] Oct 26, 2013 @ 9:36am
Astronaut/enginneer is about 1.85m... or 1.8m
MaseoTheFluffed Oct 26, 2013 @ 9:42am
thanks so much Marek!
nilloc93 Mar 7, 2014 @ 11:48pm
Marek dev is best dev
Cryptwalker Mar 7, 2014 @ 11:56pm
medium scale at 1.5 for med size ships would be nice :D
Last edited by Cryptwalker; Mar 7, 2014 @ 11:56pm
Cryptwalker Mar 7, 2014 @ 11:57pm
also how big are station blocks?
K▲IYOTE Mar 8, 2014 @ 1:58pm
Originally posted by Cryptwalker:
also how big are station blocks?

Identical to Large Ship, just static in the world (can't be moved)
Big Krieg Aug 20, 2014 @ 8:51am
I spent some time messing with the gravity generator while building my ship and I confirmed that each block is about 1.5 meters because at 45 meters it extends out 30 so, using a calculator, I did 45/30 using unit rates so that I got that each block measures 1.5 meters.
Fury6 Aug 21, 2014 @ 1:13am
Originally posted by Marek Rosa:
Large block is 2.5 meter
Small block is 0.5 meter

Originally posted by A s*** ton of orphans:
I spent some time messing with the gravity generator while building my ship and I confirmed that each block is about 1.5 meters because at 45 meters it extends out 30 so, using a calculator, I did 45/30 using unit rates so that I got that each block measures 1.5 meters.

Personally, I would accept that the lead developer himself would know the dimensions of his own blocks and question my own methodology :P
Last edited by Fury6; Aug 21, 2014 @ 1:14am
Atryaz_25609 Feb 21, 2015 @ 1:45pm
Originally posted by Marek Rosa:
Large block is 2.5 meter
Small block is 0.5 meter

Extending on this, The block sizes in Feet are as follows:

Large: 8.2021ft
Small: 1.6404ft
Deucerino Dec 9, 2015 @ 3:24pm
Going off of gravity generators adn sensors... large ship blocks appear to be ~5 meters. With the gravity generator set to 5x5x5 meters in the middle of a 5x5 platform made from large blocks, gravity takes effect 1/2 way through the first block on the platform. So if you think about gravity being produced from the exact center of the gravity block that would account for 2.5 meters from the middle gravity block and 2.5 meters from the blocks surrounding. With the gravity set to 7.5 the gravity field begins at the outside edge of the blocks surrounding the gravity generator... which would be 2.5 meters once again for the gravity block and 5 meters for the large blocks surrounding. Idk about you but 7.5 - 2.5 = 5 meters. Either the system of length used for grav blocks and sensors is wrong, or these blocks are 5 meters long.
VanGoghComplex Dec 9, 2015 @ 3:33pm
Originally posted by Erratic:
Going off of gravity generators adn sensors... large ship blocks appear to be ~5 meters. With the gravity generator set to 5x5x5 meters in the middle of a 5x5 platform made from large blocks, gravity takes effect 1/2 way through the first block on the platform. So if you think about gravity being produced from the exact center of the gravity block that would account for 2.5 meters from the middle gravity block and 2.5 meters from the blocks surrounding. With the gravity set to 7.5 the gravity field begins at the outside edge of the blocks surrounding the gravity generator... which would be 2.5 meters once again for the gravity block and 5 meters for the large blocks surrounding. Idk about you but 7.5 - 2.5 = 5 meters. Either the system of length used for grav blocks and sensors is wrong, or these blocks are 5 meters long.
The height/width/depth settings of the gravity generator are reflective of total field size, not distance from generator. So, a gravity generator with a field width of 5m will extend 2.5m to the left and right of the generator.