BZ-52 Radial Attachment Point
|BZ-52 Radial Attachment Point|
| Strut by |
Found behind the Clamp-O-Tron factory
|Mass||(total)||0.04 t [N 1]|
|Drag||0.25 [N 1]|
|Max. Temp.||2000 K|
|Impact Tolerance||10 m/s|
The BZ-52 Radial Attachment Point is a small structural element.
Much like the cubic struts, the primary purposes of the BZ-52 are to provide an additional attachment node, space out other parts, and aesthetics. As of version 0.24.2[outdated], it has no unique functions. However, unlike the cubic struts, it is medium sized (size 1), making it a better looking radial attachment point than a cubic strut.
|“||Originally a defective Clamp-O-Tron docking port, engineers soon discovered it had great potential as a structural element.||”|
- Cost reduced from 1250 to 250.
- "PhysicsSignificance = 1" added. The part now has 0 mass and drag, despite the listed values.
- Initial Release