- Nov 24, 2012
Obsidian is useful for TiCo tools. Especially alumite.
You could also use a high oven. Liquids in the high oven will never form alloys, so you can just pump out the ingots one at a time.
Note: you cannot put ore gravel and ore sand into the high oven, it only accepts ores and dusts. So if you have gravel and sand, you'll need to convert those into dusts first. You can use a hammer for this, but the TE Pulverizer also does it; it even keeps some of the bonus drops.
Actually, from my experience, the High Oven DOES, in fact, smelt gravel and sand, but it will only double ores, not triple them
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You need to have the io units directly next to the assembly table it can't be diagonal
Close, but not quite!My conclusion is that:
1. Laser, Drill (I assume it worked the same manner as laser) and IO works when placing in the 8 squares surrounding the assembly table.
2. Based on the fail of setup 3, all machines need to be directly connected, that's why in setup 3 the machine on the North-west corner cannot be detected by the system.
Thanks for the information,I am tooClose, but not quite!
The I/O units can be in any of the eight blocks surrounding the assembly table, as they can access inventories diagonally from their location. For the purposes of crafting in an assembly line, the assembly table is considered an inventory.
The laser and drill, on the other hand, need to be located in one of the blocks adjacent to the assembly table, as they cannot access the table diagonally.
The controller only needs to access one of the blocks in the assembly line to control it, as the assembly line counts as a network of sorts.
Here's my layout (X = empty space, L = Laser, D = Drill, I/O = I/O, C = Assembly Controller)
X D I
L T O
X C X
I bet it's the book with metadata (340:??). Craft/collect a book with only 340 and keep it in the inventory, drop the 340:?? book and pick up again. Now use them to craft.I may be being stupid but the grinder recipy isn't working for me. considering no-one else is having this problem I'm guessing I'm doing something wrong.
no because the laser and drill MUST be directly adjacentThanks for the information,I am too
lazytired to actually test every possible combination and now I failed miserably
I'll edit my post in case someone quoted my false statement.
But one more question, I guess you can't put an IO in the corner without any direct connection with other machines?
Added: For example, is the following setup possible?
I X O
X T X
L C D
My example messed up... What I wanted to ask is something like this:
I L X
D T X
C X O
Will the Output IO work?
Sorry for derpy example on that post, I guess I need to sleep...
Not that I wanted to actually use that setup, just want to confirm my second conclusion in the name of scienceI would think the output IO on that would not work as it isn't directly connected in some way. I believe(May be wrong) all parts must be directly connected to another part in the assembly line so something like
I L O
D T X
C X X
Should work, I think.