Crafting items and building outposts are resource-intensive activities, and StarCraft players always want to have enough raw materials when they need to create. Some resources are fairly common, but others are harder to find.
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Even in the technologically advanced Starfield universe, simple adhesives are still in high demand for construction projects. However, this time it is not enough to just collect a few bottles of glue and a few rolls of flexible tape, players need to put in more effort when storing these resources.
Where to Get Binders in Starfield
Binders are considered organic materials and can often be found from plants as raw materials. Rather than the usual looting of office supplies found in Fallout 4, players will need to scan the planet's flora in hopes of finding one with adhesive.
Given Starfield's procedural generation, there's no sure way to identify a planet with such plants. As far as exploration goes, every game is different, so a player's best bet is to turn on the scanner and start analyzing. Before landing on a planet, be sure to pay attention to the density of vegetation shown on the ship's scanner. If there aren't any plants at all, it's best to go elsewhere.
Full analysis of plants will reveal the materials they produce and the environment in which they grow, giving players a better idea of the type of planet they want to seek out in the future.
A more reliable way to obtain adhesive is to purchase it from a supplier. Just like other Bethesda games, merchant inventories in Starfield reset after a while. Choose a grocery vendor like Outland in New Atlantis, buy their entire inventory of adhesives, and find a bed or chair to rest on. Press the "Wait" or "Sleep" button that appears on the screen and set the time bar to 24 local time just to be sure.
It is sometimes possible to loot a pack of adhesive from dead human enemies, although this rarely happens. They can usually be found on the corpses of legendary enemies, so be sure to check them out. When engaging in ship battles, try to dock the last enemy ship and examine its storage containers and cargo holds for some extra resources.
Storage boxes may also contain adhesive, but like above, this is fairly rare. Looting binders from random containers isn't entirely reliable, but at least players have a chance of getting useful loot like guns, ammo, armor, and other crafting materials.
Starfield is available now on PC and Xbox Series X/S.