What is a Blueprint?
Blueprints are saved copies of creations that players can use to backup, take to other worlds, repair an existing design, and publish to share with the community.
How to make a Blueprint
You can create a blueprint by pointing with your crosshair on the creation you would like to save and pressing Ctrl+B. Blueprints can be pasted in the Creative Mode world by opening F10 menu, double-clicking on desired blueprint from the selection, then pressing Ctrl+V. In Survival Mode, use the Projector to make a holographic projection of the blueprint. Any hologram blocks that touch the real blocks will appear highlighted and will be buildable. With this system, you can design perfect builds with creative tools, then use projector to weld them in other survival world.
Editing a Blueprint
You can edit or replace your blueprint by aiming at your updated creation, pressing Ctrl+C, then in the F10 menu select the blueprint you would like to replace and press "Replace with Clipboard".
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When you make a new blueprint, the picture of your screen at the moment of pressing Ctrl+B will be assigned to it in the F10 menu. To replace the screenshot of one of your blueprints, look at your creation from desired angle, open F10 menu, select your blueprint and press "Take Screenshot".
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Send a Blueprint to Someone
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Publishing your Blueprint
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Download Published Blueprints
To download a blueprint that has been published on the workshop you must first navigate to the workshop for Space Engineers at https://steamcommunity.com/workshop/browse/?appid=244850 and log into your steam account. After you've logged in search for a blueprint. If you find one you like all you have to do is subscribe. The blueprint will automatically appear in your list of blueprints. In game press F10 or utilize a projector to see the blueprint.