Turbine Rotor Bearing

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Turbine Rotor Bearing
Turbine Rotor Bearing.png
Turbine Rotor Bearing
Mod

Big Reactors

Type

Multiblock Part

Durability

N/A

Stackable

Yes (64)

Energy

?

Storage

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A Turbine Rotor Bearing is a vital piece of a Multiblock Turbine. It serves as a secure, low-friction connection to the turbine's rotor. All turbines must have exactly one bearing in order to assemble.

Turbine Rotor Bearings may be placed on any exterior face of a turbine, within the frame. Bearings are best placed in the face's center, as they determine where the turbine's Rotor Shaft will be located. A centrally-located Rotor Shaft provides more room to attach rotor blades and to build turbine coils.

Crafting

Turbine Housing
Diamond
Turbine Housing
Rotor Shaft
Diamond
Rotor Shaft
Turbine Housing
Diamond
Turbine Housing
Turbine Rotor Bearing


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