Machines

Energy Cells

Energy Cells are a core part of progression, as you begin to generate energy, you’ll want to store it so you can use it later, or to act as a buffer. This can allow you to build up a surplus of energy to use when you need to smelt on mass or any of action that required energy. They can also Charge up tools!!

There are four different tiers of Energy Cell currently, with each tier comes upgrades in storage size and energy input and output.

Tier

Storage Size

Input

Output

Iron

400,000 Re

200 Re/t

200 Re/t

Gold

2,000,000 Re (5x Iron)

800 Re/t

800 Re/t

Diamond

20,000,000 Re (50x Iron)

8,000 Re/t

8,000 Re/t

Emerald

80,000,000 Re (200x Iron)

32,000 Re/t

32,000 Re/t

Usage

Energy cells can input or output on any side. Any block that is able to provider energy that is placed directly next to it will start transfering energy to the cells storage.

Right clicking on the block will open the GUI, this will allow you to see an Energy Bar showing the percentage of how full the cell is. Hovering the cursor over this will provide full details.

The block is also able to output energy on any of its six sides, by default this is disabled. By opening the blocks GUI you can click on the output config to change which sides will allow outputing energy on. (For performance it is better to only set the sides you will use) More info on Output Config

Charging Tools

All energy cells have a slot at the bottom of the GUI, by placing a electric tool in this slot the tool will begin to charge. Hovering over the item will allow you to see the energy increase.

Power Grid

Energy Cells can be connected to a power grid via a Power Connector. They have the lowest priority and will only be filled up after all machines in the grid are full. They will be filled up one at a time instead of the energy being split equally. Power Grids Info

Breaking and Placing

Energy cells can be instantly broken by any tool including player hand instantly (this will be changed in the future).

When placed the block will not face the direction the player was facing, it will orient its self to always face North (this will be changed in the future).

Redstone Control

A Energy Cell can be disabled by providing a redstone siginal to the block. This will disable energy transfer in and out of the block.

Solar Panels

Solar Panels produce energy from sunlight. To work they need the sun to be up and have direct line of sight to the sky.

Tier

Storage Size

Fuel

Output

Basic Solar Panel

50,000 Re

No

20 Re/t

Solar Panel

200,000 Re

No

80 Re/t

Compacted Solar Panel

800,000 Re

No

320 Re/t

Solar Array

1,600,000 Re

No

640 Re/t

Usage

Once placed right clicking will open the GUI showing the status, output configuration and power in the generator. The panel will generate power when it is day time and there are no light blocking blocks above it.

Maximum power is generated at noon, with less power being generated earlier and later in the day.

Use the output configuration in the GUI to set what faces the generator will output power to.

Power Grid

This block can be connected to a Power Grid, this will allow it to distribute energy across the grid.

Breaking and Placing

Solar Panels can be instantly broken by any tool including player hand instantly (this will be changed in the future).

Solar panels place the same as any block.

Redstone Control

Solar Panels can be disabled by providing a redstone signal to the block. This will disable energy transfer in and out of the block.

Foundry

Foundries are used to combine two materials together. Currently their only use is the production of steel from Iron Ingots and Charcoal or Coal Dust.

Tier

Storage Size

Speed

Energy Usage

Iron

5000 Re

Base

20 Re/t

Gold

10,000 Re

+25%

30 Re/t

Diamond

25,000 Re

+50%

50 Re/t

Emerald

50,000 Re

+75%

100 Re/t

Usage

Right clicking on the block will open the GUI. To combine materials together, insert them into each input slot on the left-hand side, the product will appear in the right hand output slot once the process is complete.

The Iron Foundry requires fuel to run. Any Minecraft fuel source can be inserted into the bottom slot to be burned as fuel. (The Electric Foundries do not require fuel and consume power instead.)

Electric Foundries require power. They can be powered by either linking it to a Power Grid, or placing a Generator or Power Cell with enough power and its output configuration setup to output towards the furnace.

Power Grid

Electric Foundries can be connected to a power grid with a power connector, as with all machines. Foundries have the same priority as other machines, power on the grid will be evenly distributed to all machines.

Breaking and Placing

Foundries can be instantly broken by any tool including player hand instantly (this will be changed in the future).

When placed the block will not face the direction the player was facing, it will orient its self to always face North (this will be changed in the future).

Redstone Control

A Foundry can be disabled by providing a redstone signal to the block. This will disable energy transfer in and out of the block.

Misc Engineering Tools

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Power Tools

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