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Friday, June 7th 2013, 7:05am

How to automate rubber collection?

Assuming I don't have Redpower to use its relay and I need to have the sticky resin so I can process it inside industrial centrifuge instead of extractor, how do I automate this?


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Friday, June 7th 2013, 8:45am

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Friday, June 7th 2013, 11:52am

Forestry treetap
That one depletes the resin hole.
You should make an automated rubber tree farm then you centrifuge/extract the rubber trees.

Or get a slime farm.
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Friday, June 7th 2013, 3:38pm

Treetap turtles from computercraft+miscperipherals could be programmed to do that. And if your tree farm is large, the turtle won't be tapping the same spot on the same tree very often so they shouldn't die on you.

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Friday, June 7th 2013, 3:50pm

Wouldn't a manual Multiblock farm with the rubberized electron tube work? It does harvest the sticky resin, but I'm not sure whether it completely dries it up or not.

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Friday, June 7th 2013, 7:26pm

That one depletes the resin hole.
You should make an automated rubber tree farm then you centrifuge/extract the rubber trees.

Or get a slime farm.

The new multiblock versions don't do that anymore as far as I know.

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Friday, June 7th 2013, 7:57pm

That one depletes the resin hole.
You should make an automated rubber tree farm then you centrifuge/extract the rubber trees.

Or get a slime farm.

The new multiblock versions don't do that anymore as far as I know.
Then its a valid alternative.
Although i like my maze slime spawner much more :)
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Friday, June 7th 2013, 8:02pm

I can confirm that multi farms work, and are very compact. The only downside is the apatite it requires.

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Friday, June 7th 2013, 10:32pm

Alternately, Stickreeds.

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Thursday, June 27th 2013, 10:09am

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Wednesday, November 27th 2013, 5:38am

Wouldn't a manual Multiblock farm with the rubberized electron tube work? It does harvest the sticky resin, but I'm not sure whether it completely dries it up or not.

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Wednesday, November 27th 2013, 6:29am

Wouldn't a manual Multiblock farm with the rubberized electron tube work? It does harvest the sticky resin, but I'm not sure whether it completely dries it up or not.
This is 4 months old.

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Thursday, July 10th 2014, 3:32am

While this is an old thread, I too came here looking for answers. Anyway here is yet another way to automate rubber collection.

Thaumcraft 4 golems can chop down rubber trees. Use a lumberjack golem, a "use" golem (to replant the trees) and a gather golem to gather the drops.

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Thursday, July 10th 2014, 3:42pm

While this is an old thread, I too came here looking for answers. Anyway here is yet another way to automate rubber collection.

Thaumcraft 4 golems can chop down rubber trees. Use a lumberjack golem, a "use" golem (to replant the trees) and a gather golem to gather the drops.
Agreed. Maybe you could put this in a guide on a separate thread under Agricultural Engineering. Just something quick and that way you don't get yelled at for a necropost.


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Sunday, November 6th 2016, 7:51pm

Good info and straight to the point. Thank you

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