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Ender IO/Thermal Expansion/AE2

Discussion in 'General FTB chat' started by Autrii, May 28, 2016.

  1. Autrii

    Autrii Guest

    Okay so I build this super neat system (will provide screenshots) Buttttt it doesn't want to work. It doesn't want to extract from the chest, nor does it want to input the ores into the machine. I am stumped on this so helppp. Provided screenshots of the pipes/machines.
     

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  2. KingTriaxx

    KingTriaxx Forum Addict

    Open the enderchest conduit, and use the arrow to flip to the extract mode. Click the redstone torch. Probably also want to extract from the furnaces and insert into the pulverizers.

    Also that last picture shows that there's only an energy conduit attached, not an item one.
     
  3. Autrii

    Autrii Guest

    Okay i'm going to try and explain what I want any maybe you could help me find a solution. I did what you told me to do it worked for the most part but didn't extract from the machines. What i'm looking for is something that will pull all ores from the chest smelt them pulverize them and put them in their corresponding ingot form (Had an issue with quarts getting smelted after Pulverizer don't want that) After their in ingot form I want them to extracted from the machines back into the ender chest and into my ME System. I also don't want it to extract anything unless it's in ingot form (Think that might be fixed with an ME Assembler on the other end not sure?)
     
  4. KingTriaxx

    KingTriaxx Forum Addict

    Okay, you need two sides with EIO conduits on them to extract from Thermal Expansions machines. In this case, you'd want to set up as follows:

    Code:
     F<P
    V ^
    C C
    
    F=Furnace
    P=Pulverizer
    C=Conduit
    
    And on the end for the quartz:
    
    P>C
    ^
    C
    
    Though you'd probably be able to save yourself some hassle, if you used a Sagmill instead of Pulverizer for the quartz, because then it could insert/eject on the same side.
     
  5. DriftinFool

    DriftinFool New Member

    You can also use a filter to keep quartz out of the furnaces. Use a blacklist filter on the furnaces and just whitelist quartz directly to an output between the pulverizer and furnace line. The filters that go in the Eneder IO conduits have tons of options. You should only need the basic ones.
     
  6. Autrii

    Autrii Guest

    Mind showing me a example with pictures? Tried it with same issue of items going where they shouldn't
     
  7. KingTriaxx

    KingTriaxx Forum Addict

    Okay, so here's how it works: First, you want to make yourself some filters. Basic ones should do, though the advanced filters might be necessary. (There might be an oredicting one, that's the best option.) On the chest, you want that filter set to only extract ores. On each pulverizer a filter, with that specific type of ore. Like so:

    [​IMG]

    To send the items along between the pulverizers and furnaces, open the configuration tab. Hold shift and right click the front face icon on the tab. This will turn off all in/outputs. Configure them as follows:

    Pulverizer
    [​IMG]

    Furnace
    [​IMG]

    All conduits set to extract should have a disabled redstone torch icon like this one:
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    Uncolored mode allows pipes to interact with any slot on the machine, so to get your quartz in and out in one block, set your quartz pulverizer to look like this:
    [​IMG]

    The conduit connected to the quartz pulverizer must be set to Insert/Extract mode, with the modes being set as follows.(Cobblestone in the filter standing in for the quartz my pack does not have.)
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    [​IMG]

    Filtering all inputs will ensure that nothing ends up cooked when it should not. Since all ores go from pulverizers to furnaces directly, you will never end up with non-ingot outputs unless there is no ingot available of that item.
     
  8. Autrii

    Autrii Guest

    Okay i'll give this a shot when I get home, but how would I get it back into the ender chest (if possible)
     
  9. KingTriaxx

    KingTriaxx Forum Addict

    Set the ender chest connection to In/Out. Extract with a filter for ores and the torch set to pull without a redstone signal, and the insert set to dump everything in.
     
  10. Autrii

    Autrii Guest

    Alrighty i'll give this a shot, and sorry about all the questions really new to Ender IO and AE2
     
  11. KingTriaxx

    KingTriaxx Forum Addict

    Not a problem. Like all mods, they take some getting used to. As for AE2, don't forget that Capacity cards give you more filtering options on your extraction so you can pull just the ingots and dusts.
     
  12. Autrii

    Autrii Guest

    So I did a bit of a different setup then what you showed to amke it easier on me, but it just inserts through the top and extracts through the bottom works just fine :D
     
  13. Autrii

    Autrii Guest

    Used a bit of a combo of yours then my own plans, but now the question is do I just place an enderchest near my ME system with import bus filtering ingots into the system?
     
  14. KingTriaxx

    KingTriaxx Forum Addict

    Yeah, just as long as their chained together with one feeding into the other, it's no problem.

    Yes, that's exactly how you do it.
     

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