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Thursday, April 30th 2015, 12:02am

And a bad mistake: I took 275 efficiency to mean 275 per plant. Nope, 55 per plant. So divide all the power totals I came up with by 5.

As for the laser drill, even with the right filters it only gives you redstone ore about 15% of the time. Short of setting up a fairly elaborate system that burns other ores along with pyrotheum, this makes using the laser drill as an energy positive source of rich slag unrealistic.

I have recently started with rotarycraft, it's pretty cool, maybe once I get a good boring machine up and running I'll have enough redstone ore to extend this plan.

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Thursday, April 30th 2015, 4:21pm

oh, i remember how i felt when i saw the ore output from the extractor?(don't remember the exact name right now, think it was something like that). ore quintupling is fun XD
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Friday, May 1st 2015, 6:22am

Yeah I'm really enjoying rotary craft, I think it was you who recommended it to me in another thread, thanks.

I just set up my first rotary craft gas turbine. That's a crazy amount of power, with enough jet fuel it could convert to around 30k Eu/t per turbine. I got onto rotary craft for an economical source of Redstone ore, and I made my spectral bee blaze powder machine for processing biomass in reaction dynamos, but now all that blaze powder and slime (using essence for spawner) is gonna go into obscene amounts of jet fuel, see how many turbines I can run.

I already set up the automation for the phytogenic isolators, 24 at 8x, it pumps it out alright, but it'll be cool to skip making hundreds of bioreactors. I might use the phytos for sugar> rotary craft ethanol crystals. That and a boring machine in the nether for nether rack and soulsand, and another one to grab coal, and we're set to jet.. Yeah I dig rotary craft ☺

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Friday, May 1st 2015, 7:12am

didn't you need something annyoing like dirt for ethanol? don't quite remember.
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Friday, May 1st 2015, 11:57pm

Yes, a rotarycraft fermenter turns dirt and sugar into an intermediary product, then that plus a plant item (several options, leaves being particularly good) produce a green pile of "sludge", cook that to get ethanol crystals.

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Saturday, May 2nd 2015, 12:29am

Dirt can be made from plants anyways.
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