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CalangoMC

Olive breaking block machine / Rhyolite cobble generator

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Simple rhyolite generator and Olive block break, usefull to easy gather cobblestone to roads and huge projects.

 

 

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You can actually configure it in a way that you don't even need the piston for generating rhyolite.

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You can actually configure it in a way that you don't even need the piston for generating rhyolite.

You mean, with the auto-breaking block or manual break?For manual breaking dont need the piston, but for auto-breaking need because the fall of cobblestone break the hopper, and if you put the hopper bellow the rhyolite generated its break the lava and not produce rhyolite.

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Ha, didn't know you could generate native TFC smooth stone (at least you couldn't in 79.18: you would get vanilla smooth stone and cobblestone). I played around a bit, and this is the design I came up with:

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Above the piston head, there is a lava source block, retracting the piston using the lever, will make the lava fall. A rhyolite block will generate and pop off immediately. A lot of blocks will get burnt, but the rate of creation is quite fast, so it does not really matter. Bonus: no redstone clock.

 

Actually nice to have access to mass producible filler blocks. Not really OP, considering you need red and blue steel.

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The way I made this was by generating the rhyolite block straight into the smooth stone block above the hopper. This instantly drops the cobblestone. You can even AFK in the smooth block to harvest the cobble automatically (aslong as the olives last ofc). This worked for aslong as I played into b79. 

 

As far as I know, you can't autoproduce smooth stone in b79. You also don't need red or blue steel for making cobble. Just a lava and a water source nearby will suffice.

 

I tried your (attempt at I assume raw rhyolite) generator design, crystalcrag. Only vanilla stone formed, no raw rhyolite. I used b79.17. That design (or atleast the idea) used to work and was widely used in b78 though.

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Only vanilla stone formed, no raw rhyolite. I used b79.17.

 

There's your problem. The latest version of TFC is 79.24, with 79.25 coming out in a week or two that has a handful of water/lava bugfixes.

 

Also, "Just lava and water nearby will suffice" is much easier said than done, which is why it generally requires either a red or blue steel bucket.

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Ah, no. That is a bug. It's been fixed for .25 and the cobblestone will crush the hopper.

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I understand now. That's why I mentioned the version I last played, because I thought later versions might've changed the behaviour which it did apparently.

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