Astroneer - Resin

astroneer resin

Resin is likely the second resource that players will come across when starting a new game in Astroneer. A bright yellow resource that looks a bit like plastic tubes bunched together. The resource will spawn in a similar way to compound. You will see large amounts of it above the surface and when you dig below, you will find various amounts. 

Where To Find Resin

Resin can be found by exploring the surface of the planet. You will likely find large amounts of it all over the place. It is also quite common to find below the surface and much easier to spot due to the yellow colour. Once you find some, keep digging into the soil or rock behind it to find an increasing amount. Some deposits can yield an incredibly large amount of this resource.

Structure Input Output
Soil Centrifuge 2 Full Soil Canisters 8 Resin
Trade Platform 1 Scrap 2 Resin

 

What Planets Contain Resin?

Resin can be found across all planets in Astroneer in varying quantities. The table below will list the different planets of the game and give you the rarity of the resource on each one. 

Planet Rarity
Sylva Very Common
Desolo Common
Glacio Rare
Calidor Rare
Atrox Common
Vesania Rare
resin in the soil
You can see the yellow resin in the soil in the background. The rover also has several pieces of harvested resin on the storage unit.

What is Resin Used For?

Resin is used for a lot of early game structures and items. You will find it is used as much as compound is and it is found as often on the starting planet. The table below will contain a full list of all structures and items that can be crafted using just this resource or a combination of others.

Creation Method Input Output Item/Structure
Backpack Printer 1 Resin Canister
1 Resin Oxygen Filters
Small Printer 2 Resin Medium Storage
1 Resin Medium Platform A
2 Resin Medium Platform B
1 Resin Medium Platform C
Medium Printer 2 Resin Large Platform A
3 Resin Large Platform B
2 Resin, 1 Compound Smelting Furnace
1 Resin, 2 Compound Research Chamber
Chemistry Lab 1 Resin, 1 Organic Rubber
1 Resin, 1 Methane, 1 Quartz Silicone
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