i recently studied a bit around CASUC reactors and while doing that i thought: i want one of those in my mining vessel!
so i tried to change the design into a "frameable" shape and the result was a 1560EU/t bucket CASUC capable of being moved by frames! i'm still testing it, but it didn't explode for over 9000ticks so i'm pretty optimistic^^
here are some pictures
that's a picture of the uncovered underside of the reactor. you can see the reactor itself and also that one reactor chamber is missing. when working with frames you have to remove one chamber to connect the reactor itself with a frame. in fact you have to connect everything to the frame, which lead me to a more planar design. all filter visible here are for extracting empty buckets from the reactor. the main construction is 3blocks thick with the first layer visible in this picture. you can see, that i use redstone tubes and jacketed wires to transmit the redstone pulse which is set to 0.4s.
here a picture from the side. i removed the water basin for this side to make the interior better visible. notice the colored redstone tubes. they only connect to transmit the redstone signal but they're unconnected for items. every empty bucked has to go a three tubes long way to reach the deployer.
this is the upper layer. the middle layer is mainly frames and the top reactor chamber, so not worth showing. this part actually gave me the biggest headache, causing two designs to explode until i got it right. the reason is the three tubes long way to the reactor for the buckets, leading to more buckets in the tubes than the reactor needs. that's causing the buckets to block the filter until the reactor needs new buckets. i did two things to improve the performance.
first: i color-tagged two filter and their pipes. that way excess buckets from one side only block this side and not anything else. it also prevents that one filter get's completly inactive cause every excess bucket goes into it.
second: notice the three relays. i use them as "dummy outputs". a lot of those excess buckets will go into them instead of the filter, keeping the system working. the only side without such a relay is the one where the jacketed wire comes from below to carry the signal to this layer.
it could also be important, that the middle tube connected to the reactor is a redstone tube, so the reactor also gets the pulse every 0.4s. i couldn't notice a change in its productivity, but you never know.
this is also the upper side, now covered with frames.
this is the underside again, now with frames and the last components. you can see the lever to deactivate the reactor, which is also where you can enter the reactor itself, putting uranium cells into it and stuff. it also shows the timer and the output for EU.
the reactor setup. simple but effective.
PS: i added some extra buckets than what the deployer and reactor have in store per default to balance the long tubes.
it would have been much easier with tubes and redstone integrated into frames, but you have to work with what you have
i hope it's somehow interesting for someone.