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As long as you have it in your inventory, and you have supplies for the blocks, you can use Symmetry Mode in Survival.
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Placing down an unwelded block with symmetry mode is wonderful for ship building/design in survival to make sure you get everything to match without flying around the ship 4 times for each block you place. Symmetry in survival is not "realistic", but neither is an engineer that can carry 1200 liters and massive amounts of mass while running ...
The planes being set does not activate symmetry mode. To use symmetry mode on a ship, the player must activate it (default: N). Same hot key is used to turn it off. All placed planes will be used if symmetry is active.
Masses for this block is 1,171 Kg for the Large grid version and 691 Kg for the small grid version. In order to make the most use of the Survival kit, it has to be powered and supplied with Stone. The Hand Drill can be used to gather stone from asteroids or the ground. The powered Survival kit will process and smelt the stone into a bag of ingots.
Space Engineers concentrates on construction and exploration aspects, but can be played as a survival shooter as well. We expect players will avoid engaging in direct man-to-man combat and instead use their creativity and engineering skills to build war machines and fortifications to survive in space and on planets.
I'm playing survival and was looking for 10 minutes now on different posts and nobody mentioned this. Hope this will help the next one looking for a solution. Thank you for that! Saved me further searching :) Shame it doesn't work in survival mode though. I can't see any reason why it wouldn't.
Space Engineers - Symmetry mode, astronaut jet pack dampeners, inventory and items Symmetry mode is a new feature released in update 1.006. It is meant to be used to create ships and structures in Creative Mode in a faster way - using symmetry planes: