Rust grating decking: crafting, where to find

In the game Rust, thanks to the variety of building blocks, you can rebuild a completely unique base, which, although outwardly and will be on some already built, but, at least, the interior will be very different. Yes, the bases are different, with different applications, schemes , sizes. The larger and more complex the base, the more resources you will have to farm for it . And if you want to secure your home as much as possible, you will have to melt the metal for a long time , but if you use a large stove , you will save a lot of time. The catch is that it’s not so easy to secure a large oven. If it is not built up, it will simply be robbed. Build up with external walls – rob from a minicopter… And it will not work to build a large stove in the house stupidly – ceilings are not placed above the stove. But there is also a solution. All the old-timers of the Rust game know that a large stove can be built using rast ceiling frames and gratings. We will now tell you about the latter.

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  • 1Rust grating – overview
    • 1Where to find gratings
    • 2How to craft
    • 3How to install in the game
    • 4What drops after processing
  • 2How to get in administrator mode

Rust grating: an overview

A grating in Rust is an installable item that can only be placed in a ceiling frame. There are two types of decks – triangular for triangular frames, and square for square ones. Once installed, the decks cannot be picked up. Of course, they cannot guarantee you 100% protection of your stove, since they have the same strength as a metal door, but at least some protection is better than no protection at all.

Square decking

Triangular decks

Where to find grating

Both gratings in Rust can be found in 4 containers with a small chance:

  • Sunken chest– 1%
  • Box– 1%
  • Oil RigScientist – 0.2%
  • Underground dweller– 0.2%

After you find the flooring, you will need to study it. This can be done on the study table for 75 units of scrap metal. You can also use the Tier 1 Workbench and Study Line to research a regular grating for 325 scrap, or a triangular deck for an additional 75 scrap (400 total).

How to craft

Rust crafting is possible only if you have a workbench of the first level or higher. Crafting requires metal fragments. Both decks consume 75 metal fragments to craft. The time to create 1 flooring can vary from 7 to 30 seconds, depending on the workbench used.

How to install in the game

To install the decking, you will need ceiling frames, of which in game 2. If you want to install a triangular flooring, put a triangular frame. Need a square flooring – put a square frame. It’s simple. After installing the frames, equip the flooring in the quick slot, grab it in your hands and point the camera at the frame you want. You will see a blue “Projection” of the flooring – this means that the installation of the flooring is possible, and all you need to do is click on the left mouse button.

What drops out after processing

Recycling the flooring at the recycler will give you a total of 38 metal fragments. Not too much, but if metal is urgently needed, in particular at the initial stages of the game, then why not recycle the unnecessary flooring?

How to get in admin mode

Administrators can use the item console to retrieve the decks from there. This can be done in the “Constructions” section, where both decks are located.

Gratings are mostly useless. Their application is too narrowly targeted. The only place where they can be used is over a large stove. In other cases, the flooring does not help at all. The question is, why put on a kind of “Ceiling”, which is no more difficult to break than to blow up a sheet metal door . It is better then to put a full-fledged ceiling, which can be improved even to an armored level.

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