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The ''Electric Wrench'' works the same as the Bronze Wrench, but instead of taking wear and tear with use, it uses electricity. Thus, it will never wear out, like [[Mining Drill]]s. It can be charged in BatBoxes and other storage devices, as well as by batteries.
 
The ''Electric Wrench'' works the same as the Bronze Wrench, but instead of taking wear and tear with use, it uses electricity. Thus, it will never wear out, like [[Mining Drill]]s. It can be charged in BatBoxes and other storage devices, as well as by batteries.
  
The ''Electric Wrench'' has 2 different modes. You can switch between Lossless and Normal mode, Lossless will use a lot of more power, but you'll not lose your device. You switch modes by holding the M key and right-click.
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== ''Electric Wrench'' modes ==
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Switch through modes by pressing M and right-click.
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;Mode 1 (default)
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: low power usage, chance to break machines as using a bronze wrench.
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;Mode 2
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: high power usage, 0% chance to break machines.
  
 
== Recipe ==
 
== Recipe ==

Revision as of 08:40, 6 May 2012

New Item/Block of IndustrialCraft².


The Electric Wrench works the same as the Bronze Wrench, but instead of taking wear and tear with use, it uses electricity. Thus, it will never wear out, like Mining Drills. It can be charged in BatBoxes and other storage devices, as well as by batteries.

Electric Wrench modes

Switch through modes by pressing M and right-click.

Mode 1 (default)
low power usage, chance to break machines as using a bronze wrench.
Mode 2
high power usage, 0% chance to break machines.

Recipe


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