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Azimuth Overclocked Ore Detectors~(DX-11 Ready)
 
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Type: Mod
Mod category: Block, Modpack
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Jun 25, 2015 @ 7:02pm
Aug 28, 2018 @ 2:49pm
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Description
Azimuth industries presents the Over-clocked Ore Detector Mod.

It's been bugging me for a while, I needed a ore detector for my ship build so here it is.

It is very strong compared to the original (250m) and has 5000m range for large ships.

The small ship version has a range of 1500m.

This Ore Detector is made to be used when needed, Say you want to know what's a few clicks out; turn it on and look around. Turn it off when you don't need it.
It don't have to OP if you know what you're doing or limit yourself.
I found it very nice to have in procedural worlds.

Function: Ore Detector
Size: Large and Small block (1x1x2)
Survival ready: Yes
Construction Stages: Yes
DX-9/DX-11 Ready: Yes
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The Space Only Ore Detectors have:
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Small Ship: Azimuth Ore Detector(Space Only)(1x1x1)
Range: MaximumRange: 1200

Large Ship: Azimuth Ore Detector(Space Only)(1x1x1)
Range: MaximumRange: 5000
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Small Ship: Azimuth Ore Detector(Weak)(Space Only)(1x2x1)
Range: MaximumRange: 1200

Large Ship: Azimuth Ore Detector(Weak)(Space Only)(1x2x1)
Range: MaximumRange: 5000
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***Created By TumbleTV, Converted to DX-11 by SEModder4.

=>Reuploaded with TumbleTV's Complete Permission

=>YOU MAY NOT RE-UPLOAD THIS MOD ONTO THE WORKSHOP WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM SEModder4 OR TUMBLETV.

=>ANYONE FOUND UPLOADING ANY BLOCKS FROM THIS MOD WILL BE SHOWN THE STEAM WORKSHOP COMMUNITY MANAGERS

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322 Comments
nicknds Feb 10 @ 8:52pm 
"Large Ship: Azimuth Ore Detector(Space Only)(1x1x1)" shows "Scanning range capped to 500.00 m" on moon (0.25g) and in space. It scans the full 5000m in space even though it says that.
Shock Feb 10 @ 10:41am 
hi , the "planet" version of the ore detectors are capped to 250m and the "space only" are not working too on the earth , any suggestion?
:steamsad:
SEModder4  [author] Feb 10 @ 10:37am 
No fail safe that I know of.
Mike Loeven Feb 10 @ 10:31am 
Figure I should ask the space only ore detector does it have a fail safe to prevent it from crashing the server or can you accidentally turn it on while on a planet and break the game
Vernskey Jan 26 @ 9:53am 
I'm guessing these work omni-directionally, however is there a way to make them only detect ore in a cone of the direction they are facing. (Am using the hardcore deep ores mod and wanted something that could help find ores, but not take away from the difficulty too much)
cataclism22 Dec 27, 2018 @ 8:36pm 
Hello! I just LOVED this mod! Haven´t installed the entire pack yet ´cause I don´t think my computer will handle more stuff. But thanks to the ore detector (which I "cheat-build/install" at the very beginning of the landing in single player survival) I can actually have fun searching for a nice and proper LZ and suitable base spot.

THANK YOU! :steamhappy:
Burylown Dec 15, 2018 @ 9:17pm 
I think these are a tad broke with spawned planets, space works good though.
THE FORCE Nov 13, 2018 @ 6:22pm 
They are not showing up or well I can't seem to find them... I have searched for space only and ore and detector and Azimuth and still can't find them.
SEModder4  [author] Nov 13, 2018 @ 4:53pm 
Try the space only ones then you have a higher range
SEModder4  [author] Nov 13, 2018 @ 4:53pm 
Yes I believe so