Looks like I'll stick to uranium and just stack all the MOX until someone comes up with some stable reactor designs :p
Regarding MOX fuel, how do you use it? Can you use it as a replacement for uranium based fuel rods in your reactors without changing anything else or do you have to change the entire reactor design for it if you don't want them to blow up? What is the difference (EU/Heat generation) between MOX and uranium fuel rods?
might I recommend Craft Guide. I think it is more friendly with recipes than NEI.
oh, does the washer have an internal storage tank for water?
Yes, the ore washing machine has an internal tank which can hold 8 buckets of water, which is good for 8 operations. You can hook it up to a BC water pipe system to supply it directly.
hm build #162 thermal centrifuge Recepie work fine for me
Have a look at the bug report again, someone figured out whats wrong I think.
Nevermind, just saw you fixed it, thank you
Now I tried to build the thermal centrifuge but it won't let me, apparently theres a typo in the recipe
Oh well, I wanted to install the JDK anyway...
Edit: Thats harder than I thought
Thanks. So the plan to power my thermal centrifuges with the nuclear reactor is kinda dumb, since to get the reactor going I need the centrifuge *doh*.
Another quick question, do you know how much EU the thermal centrifuge takes before exploding?
Nuclear reactors have changed a little bit, mostly just in the way that you process uranium ore and make fuel cells.
Could you please tell us how to make fuel cells exactly? I've been trying to build a nuclear reactor to get my automated ore processing plant going, but I don't know how to process the uranium ore to get something that can be put into empty fuel rods. I do see uranium 238, uranium 235 and enriched uranium fuel in NEI, but I don't know how to get them from my uranium ore (which I macerated and washed so far).
Looks like you guys were right, the key was conflicting with something else. I was about to ask where to change the keybind when I accidentally noticed that almost all mod keybinds can be found in the control menu. Oh boy, thats a lot of keys there xD
Thanks for your help
No I don't have Gregtech. When I hover over the electric wrench in the inventory it also says "normal mode" in the tooltip, thats what got me curious about it in the first place. So far I haven't had a single dismantle failure with it though, maybe that feature from Gregtech got added to IC2 too?
What it says in the title.
I tried holding down M and right clicking like it says on the wiki, I also tried shift + right click (like the Nano Saber), but both don't work. Using latest IC2 experimental.