How to Correctly Design the Main Bus in Dyson Sphere Program

How to Correctly Design the Main Bus in Dyson Sphere Program

Properly managing the main bus design in Dyson Sphere Program is one of the most important things to do in the game. There are multiple factors affecting it and players need to have a clear understanding of what each thing does in order to correctly design the main bus. In this guide, we’ve detailed everything there’s to know about correctly design the main bus in Dyson Sphere Program.

Dyson Sphere Program Main Bus Design

When it comes designing the main bus, there are basically 3 things that players need to take into account. These are explained below:

  • Belt Height
  • Belt Positioning
  • Distance between the Belts

Belt height is directly tied to the splitter type used. Yes, there are different types. In order to change a splitter type, players simply need to press the ‘Tab’ key while placing them. One important thing to keep in mind is that the default splitter only connects to belts which are at odd-numbered height. However, there are other splitters that utilize even-numbered belt heights to input/output resources.

Another important thing to consider is the positioning of the belt. It needs to run alongside the bold green lines. Lastly, the belts need to be placed in a way so that there’s ample room for them to run between the splitters. Never ever use every other line as it’ll cram the splitters. Of course, none of it is set in stone, and depending on where factories are located, some players will find it better to place belts on every 3rd line better than 4th.

Lastly, a huge shoutout to Varlun on Steam for these handy tips.

That’s all we’ve got in how to correctly design the main bus in Dyson Sphere Program. For more help on the game, check out our detailed Dyson Sphere Program wiki guides.

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