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Mass Production in Fallout 4
Bronze Trophy

Mass Production30 (15)

Produce 100 objects from your builders

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Trophy Guide for Mass Production

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Posted on 11 December 16 at 05:35
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Materials Needed: 4 Aluminum, 4 Circuitry, 2 Copper, 3 Gears, 6 Rubber, 510 Steel and generators to create 9 Power. Alternatively, 500 Steel can be replaced with 400 Rubber or Plastic or 300 Steel (see "Alternatives" paragraph.)

Hello Sole Survivors,

This trophy is ultimately pretty easy. There are several different builders you can create, each with a different item type focus. For this trophy though I recommend making the "Builder" which is the most basic one and 1 of 4 that does not require any skills to be unlocked, 6 others require different skills.

To make the "Builder" you'll need 2 Circuitry, 3 Gears, 4 Rubber and 10 Steel and it's located in the Power > Manufacturing > Machinery workshop section. It also requires 8 Power so you'll need the appropriate generators as well - 2 Medium generators will suffice and require no additional skills.

You will also need a Terminal to be able to tell the Builder what to make. To make this you'll need 2 Rubber, 2 Copper, 2 Circuitry and 4 Aluminum and it's located in the Power > Miscellaneous section. It also requires 1 Power.

Once everything is hooked up access the Terminal and set the Builder to manufacture "Steel Ball". Put 500 Steel into the Builder and it'll start creating Steel Balls. You do not have to stay around for it to work. The Steel Balls can roll a lot so you might want to build a small fence around the Builder, or one of the other machines this DLC added, to contain them.

Alternatives: I picked Steel Balls because Steel seems to be the easiest material to come by. You can salvage the Steel Balls and get 4 Steel back, possibly more if you have the level 40 Scrapper perk. However there are 2 alternatives that do not use Steel should you prefer. The first one is "Kickball" which uses 4 Rubber each, and gives 3 back, and the other is "Plastic Pumpkin" which uses 4 Plastic each, and gives 2 back. You could also select the "Vault-Tec Lunchbox" which uses 3 Steel each, however they can only be sold, but since they are weightless they're a good way to carry around emergency funds.

If there is any way that I can make this solution better please don't hesitate to let me know.
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