Mining laser

Vehicle component used to fracture and extract minerals

A mining laser is a vehicle component used to fracture and extract minerals.

 Mining laser powerExtraction laser powerOptimal rangeMaximum rangeModifier resistanceModifier inert materialsModifier optimal charge window sizeManufacturer
Arbor MH1 Mining Laser189 - 18901,85060 m0.06 km <br />180 m0.18 km <br />25 % 40 %Greycat Industrial
Arbor MH2 Mining Laser480 - 24002,59090 m0.09 km <br />270 m0.27 km <br />25 % 40 %Greycat Industrial
Helix I Mining Laser630 - 31501,85015 m0.015 km <br />45 m0.045 km <br />-30 % -40 %Thermyte Concern
Helix II Mining Laser1020 - 40802,59030 m0.03 km <br />90 m0.09 km <br />-30 % -40 %Thermyte Concern
Hofstede-S1 Mining Laser105 - 21001,29545 m0.045 km <br />135 m0.135 km <br />-30 %  Shubin Interstellar
Hofstede-S2 Mining Laser336 - 33601,29560 m0.06 km <br />180 m0.18 km <br />-30 %  Shubin Interstellar
Impact I Mining Laser420 - 21002,77545 m0.045 km <br />135 m0.135 km <br />10 % 20 %Thermyte Concern
Impact II Mining Laser840 - 33603,14560 m0.06 km <br />180 m0.18 km <br />10 % 20 %Thermyte Concern
Klein-S1 Mining Laser378 - 22202,22045 m0.045 km <br />135 m0.135 km <br />-45 % 20 %Shubin Interstellar
Klein-S2 Mining Laser720 - 36002,77560 m0.06 km <br />180 m0.18 km <br />-45 % 20 %Shubin Interstellar
Lancet MH1 Mining Laser504 - 25201,85030 m0.03 km <br />90 m0.09 km <br />  -60 %Greycat Industrial

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