Hi, Greg, I'd like to come out with some cool suggestions:
Large electrolyzer: a 3x4x5 multi block machine, a control block and an "electrolyzer housing block" (or something similar to a name, a stainless steel or something that you think is more appropriate) and 8x (or 4x? Which do you think is good? " ) a platinum wire (as an electrode) consists of a 53 electrolyzer housing block outside the main block and a main block that is placed in the second layer of the center of the 5X4 surface. The 6 block space of the 1x2x3 is left in the middle, and the platinum wires are placed on both sides of the electrode, 2 wires on both sides, and a total of 4 wires, and two wires at each side. Connect and connect to the bottom of the top block, leave the 2 middle space blank. Similar to a large centrifuge, a large electrolyzer can handle 16 items at most once, accept 256-4096EU/t energy input, and have no overclocking penalty. The energy input point can be considered by itself (you can also try a wonderful work power supply that needs to be supplied at the same time on the two electrodes: D).You can consider the input and output (maybe you can consider exporting different products on both sides, just like the electrolyzer in reality. )
The cooler can consume CU and reduce the temperature of the crucible / mold / casting basin.
Electric arc furnace: I think it's really great (which is not "cool" but rather "hot").
Electric compressor: maybe it can make electric piston more useful, right?
Yeah most of those things are already planned in some way, but not all of them.
What is the theoretical order to build crucibles? Ceramic ->? ... -> tungsten crucibles
Right now I'm trying to do Ceramic -> Chromium -> Niobium Titanium -> Niobium/Molybdenum -> Osmium/Tantalum ->Tungsten
But I still haven't find Niobium :c
Edit: Okay Niobium is found with rutile. I'll have to mine a lot of rutile to get +- 4 ingots of titanium and niobium, but it will be OP.
My only problem is Calcium Sulfate, I need that to make Sulfur Trioxide to make Sulfuric Acid, but I can't find any calcium sulfate! I haven't find gypsum...
Edit 2: Oh. Cool. The "probably most updated wiki" is really updated, there's almost everything. I thought they stopped editing the wiki about one year ago lol. It will be helpful in the next future.
Have you tried looking at other Pages in NEI? You can literally use Sulfur alone to make SO2 and then SO3.