My Time at Sandrock takes place in a wholesome post-apocalyptic world 300 years after the Day of Calamity destroyed most modern technologies. You arrive in Sandrock after accepting the job of Sandrock’s newest builder. It is your job to return this rusty city to its former glory. Gather resources to build machines, befriend locals, and defend Sandrock from monsters. All while saving the town from economic ruin.
Bearings are one of those items which you can’t get directly. To get directions, you will have to do the Ruin Diving. Approaches can be used to craft a handful of items, so this article will guide you on how to get Bearings in My Time at Sandrock.
How to get Bearings in My Time at Sandrock
You can make bearings out of Mechanical Scraps. You can feed the mechanical scraps into a recycling machine to craft bearings. But first, you need to get the Recycling machine, and for that, you will have to collect two grinding saws, three blocks of wood, and two stone troughs. After acquiring the Recycler, you can start looking for Mechanical Scraps.
To get Mechanical Scraps head over to the Rocky’s Eufaula Salvage Yard. It is located southeast of the workshop. The yard is filled with mechanical scraps. But if you think that is not enough, you can head to the Eufaula store outside the yard. You can buy ten automatic chips for 32 Gols per piece.
Once you have collected enough Mechanical Scraps for your crafting needs, feed those into the Recycler you made earlier. The total time to process the whole thing will take around 1 hour and 45 minutes. After you complete, there are 60% chances of getting the Bearings from the pile while having a 50% chance of getting the Dregs, and you will have a 40% chance of getting the Old Parts.
How to use Bearings in My Time at Sandrock
You can use these bearings to craft various recipes at the Assembly Station. Here are the recipes that you can make using the bearings
- Sorting Machine
- Crane Lift
- Fire Powered Generator
- Civil Recycler
- Level One Blender
- Suspender Tram Cart
So this was all about how to get and use Bearings in My Time at Sandrock.
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Last Updated on June 10, 2022
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