wow. the revised version shot up passing the 10k mark faster than I could replace the plating! that would explode instantly!
Just running it normally, it passes the 10k mark after about 1000 ticks. am I doing it wrong?
Read the picture again. I don't want to have to go underground to get my energy crystal.
Maybe, instead, make a powerful engine that uses EU?
I am wondering if this system will work for charging crystals etc:
:Iridium: :Iridium: :Iridium::MFE-Transmitter:
:Coal Chunk: :Coal Chunk: :Coal Chunk::Cable: :Coal Chunk: :Coal Chunk: :Coal Chunk:
:Iridium: :Iridium::Iridium: :Cable:
:Reactor: :Cable: :Cable: :MFE-Transmitter: :Cable: :Cable: [MF]
Where [MF] is a mass fabricator, the MFE at the top is where you would put your crystals to charge, Iridium is empty space, and coal chunks are flooring, most of the system is underground
Would this system send power to the MFE at the top to charge and otherwise send power to the Mass Fabricator? If not, how can I change the system to do so?
EDIT: revised system
Wow! I'm going to use this!
Fixed the missing Uranium. And the cells shouldn't be melting, the entire layout should be heat neutral. I jump started it like so...
...and removed Uranium rods when the coolant got too hot, so no melting. Like i said, a bit of managing at the start but it'll get to 9000 fast and stay there. At least until the cells are done cooking.
And if Dezuman is right, which i think he is, with the 4 chambers, you'd need to get to about 12k heat for anything to go really bad.
when do you remove the uranium? also do you keep the center one there?
I see the awesomeness in this!
Make a floor comprised of this with a couple solid blocks and you have a game where you have to traverse a hidden path!
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
YOUR VIDEO SERIES IS AWESOME!!!
Spare Quantum Suit(I notice you already have one) and 10 Industrial Diamonds for you!
:Quantum-Helmet: :Quantum-Bodyarmor: :Quantum-Leggings: :Quantum-Boots: :Industrial Diamond: :Industrial Diamond: :Industrial Diamond: :Industrial Diamond: :Industrial Diamond: :Industrial Diamond: :Industrial Diamond: :Industrial Diamond: :Industrial Diamond: :Industrial Diamond:
Is anyone of you able to explain how this scrap machine actually mines the generated cobble?
I can explain the whole system!
It works by exploiting the behavior of the miner:
What the miner does is it is above a cobble generator next to a ore block. The miner sees the ore block and mines through the cobble to get to the ore. the cobble is put in a chest. the water and lava make a new cobble block before the ore block can be mined so the miner mines that cobble again. he has it set up so if the miner accidentally mines the ore the whole system is shut down.
meanwhile the cobble goes into a nearby chest, then goes through buildcraft pipes to a recycler. the scrap comes out into an automatic crafting table, making scrap boxes.
with the new system you could even wire it to a dispenser to automatically turn the scrapboxes into items, then suck them up with an obsidian pipe!
Ingenious system BTW. how do you turn the system off if the ore block is mined?
so pumps work without miners?
I'm going to make an automatic power system with a geothermal generator and a pump in the nether!!!
or do geothermal generators destory the cell?
Exactly why I want a tutorial.
I love your videos!
If I may do a request, I would love a tutorial on Nuclear Reactors. :Reactor:
So a Lapotron crystal could do the job nicely! *goes to click the button for lapotron crystal emote, instantly gets ultra mad realizing there isn't one *
Even though I have never actually gotten my hands on a Nano Suit/Jetpack, this sounds like a very useful feature!
I think the reason he posted this is because the wiki doesn't have a picture of the induction furnace gui. :Induction Furnace:
it is a command added by MCUtilities. It allows for /give on stuff with damage values.
I didn't understand transformers until now!
Quantum Armor 4 you!
:Quantum-Helmet: :Quantum-Bodyarmor: :Quantum-Leggings: :Quantum-Boots:
The mistake you purposefully made:
The power is going into the output side so power is not converted. If you notice the machines are not receiving power. You can fix this by using a wrench to change the direction its facing.
I am not sure where this goes but...
I played IC1, and I know quite a bit about it. However, I am confused about the changes to IC2.
So, in short, could someone make a tutorial detailing all the changes between the two versions and what new blocks do etc?