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== Generators ==
 
== Generators ==
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=== Normal ===
 
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|Generator which outputs 0-3 EU/t for a total of an average of 250 EU/t multiplied by its height in the Minecraft world. The generation power can be hindered by any block in a 9x9x7 area around it, reducing the effective height by 1 for each block in said area.
 
|Generator which outputs 0-3 EU/t for a total of an average of 250 EU/t multiplied by its height in the Minecraft world. The generation power can be hindered by any block in a 9x9x7 area around it, reducing the effective height by 1 for each block in said area.
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=== Nuclear Reactor ===
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{| class="wikitable"
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|-
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!width=120px|Name
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!width=256px|Recipe
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!Description
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|-
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![[Nuclear Reactor]]
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|{{Grid/Crafting Table
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|A1=Advanced Alloy|B1=Advanced Circuit|C1=Advanced Alloy
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|A2=Reactor Chamber|B2=Generator|C2=Reactor Chamber
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|A3=Advanced Alloy|B3=Advanced Circuit|C3=Advanced Alloy
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|Output=Nuclear Reactor
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}}
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|Complex generator whose output and total EU varies depending on the setup. Making reactor setups isn't easy and can lead to violent nuclear explosions. See its article for more information on how to build proper reactor setups. Can be disabled (cooldown mode) by applying a redstone current to the core or any of the chambers.
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|-
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![[Reactor Chamber]]
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|{{Grid/Crafting Table
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|A1=Advanced Alloy|B1=Integrated Heat Dispenser|C1=Advanced Alloy
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|A2=Integrated Reactor Plating|B2=Machine|C2=Integrated Reactor Plating
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|A3=Advanced Alloy|B3=Integrated Reactor Plating|C3=Advanced Alloy
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|Output=Reactor Chamber
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}}
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|Can be attached to a [[Nuclear Reactor|reactor]] to increase its space by 1 column and its hull heat tolerance by 1000, also cooling the reactor at a rate of -2 heat per tick. Up to 6 chambers may be attached to a reactor, one on each side of it. Also used to craft a reactor.
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|-
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![[Integrated Reactor Plating]]
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|{{Grid/Crafting Table
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|B1=Copper
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|A2=Copper|B2=Advanced Alloy|C2=Copper
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|B3=Copper
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|Output=Integrated Reactor Plating
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}}
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|When placed in a reactor, redistributes heat evenly between neighboring [[Coolant Cell|coolant cells]] or other plating. When there are no components cool enough, it stores up to 10,000 heat. It also increases the reactor hull's heat tolerance by 100.
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|-
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![[Integrated Heat Dispenser]]
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|{{Grid/Crafting Table
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|A1=Copper|B1=Advanced Circuit|C1=Copper
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|A2=Cooling Cell|B2=Integrated Reactor Plating|C2=Cooling Cell
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|Output=Integrated Heat Dispenser
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}}
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|When placed in a reactor, redistributes heat from itself either to neighboring [[Coolant Cell|coolant cells]] or to the reactor hull. Every reactor tick (second), it can add or subtract 6 heat from neighboring elements and dispense up to 25 heat to or from the reactor hull.
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|-
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![[Uranium Cell]]
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|{{Grid/Crafting Table
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|A1=Empty Cell|B1=Uranium Fuel Ingot
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|Output=Uranium Cell
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}}
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{{Grid/Crafting Table
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|A1=Re-Enriched Uranium Cell|B1=Coal Dust
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|Output=Uranium Cell
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}}
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|Generates 1,000,000-5,000,000 EU at 5-25 EU/t (depending on efficiency, that is, cell adjacency), but generates excess heat which must be eliminated through cooling. When it decays, rarely turns into a [[Near-Depleted Uranium Cell]], which once recharged, turns into a fresh new cell.
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|-
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![[Near-Depleted Uranium Cell]]
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|{{Grid/Crafting Table
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|A1=Uranium Fuel Ingot|B1=Uranium Fuel Ingot|C1=Uranium Fuel Ingot
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|A2=Uranium Fuel Ingot|B2=Empty Cell|C2=Uranium Fuel Ingot
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|A3=Uranium Fuel Ingot|B3=Uranium Fuel Ingot|C3=Uranium Fuel Ingot
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|Output=Near-Depleted Uranium Cell|OA=8
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}}
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<center>Rarely created when an [[Uranium Cell|uranium cell]] decays</center>
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|Can be turned into a rechargeable [[Depleted Isotope Cell]].
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|-
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![[Depleted Isotope Cell]]
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|{{Grid/Crafting Table
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|A1=Near-Depleted Uranium Cell|B1=Coal Dust
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|Output=Depleted Isotope Cell
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}}
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|When surrounded by one or more [[Uranium Cell|uranium cells]], will make the cell pulse an additional time. This pulse generates heat, but not EU, and recharges the cell. Recharging is much faster when done on a reactor running very hot.
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|-
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![[Re-Enriched Uranium Cell]]
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|<center>Created once a [[Depleted Isotope Cell]] charges</center>
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|Can be turned back into a [[Uranium Cell]].
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|-
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![[Coolant Cell]]
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|{{Grid/Machine
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|Type=Extractor
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|Top=Water Cell
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|Bottom=RE Battery (Charged)
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|Output=Cooling Cell
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}}
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|Absorbs up to 10,000 heat from [[Uranium Cell|uranium cells]] and other elements, while cooling itself down for 1 heat per reactor tick (second).
 
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== Processors ==
 
== Processors ==
=== Non-Electric ===
 
 
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|Output=Iron Furnace
 
|Output=Iron Furnace
 
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|Normal furnace which is faster (and thus uses less fuel) than a normal furnace, which can also burn [[Fuel Can (Filled)|fuel]], sugar cane and cactus.
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|Normal furnace which is faster (and thus uses less fuel) than a normal furnace, which can also burn [[Fuel Can (Filled)|fuel]], sugar cane and cactus. Does not require energy.
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|}
 
 
 
=== Electric ===
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
|-
 
!width=120px|Name
 
!width=256px|Recipe
 
!Description
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
![[Electro Furnace|Electric Furnace]]
 
![[Electro Furnace|Electric Furnace]]
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== Utility ==
 
== Utility ==
=== Non-Electric ===
 
 
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|Output=Personal Safe
 
|Output=Personal Safe
 
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|Chest which can only be opened by you once you right-click it for the first time. It also has the space of a double chest. Useful for SMP.
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|Chest which can only be opened by you once you right-click it for the first time. It also has the space of a double chest. Useful for SMP. Does not require energy.
 
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|-
 
![[Trade-O-Mat]]
 
![[Trade-O-Mat]]
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|Output=Trade-O-Mat
 
|Output=Trade-O-Mat
 
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|Allows a certain item to be traded by another, giving or taking from an adjacent chest or [[Personal Safe]]. Useful for SMP. See its article for a full guide on how to set one up.
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|Allows a certain item to be traded by another, giving or taking from an adjacent chest or [[Personal Safe]]. Useful for SMP. See its article for a full guide on how to set one up. Does not require energy.
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|}
 
 
 
=== Electric ===
 
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!width=120px|Name
 
!width=256px|Recipe
 
!Description
 
 
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![[Magnetizer]]
 
![[Magnetizer]]
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== Miner ==
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=== Miner ===
 
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== Terraformer ==
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=== Terraformer ===
 
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== Nuclear Reactor ==
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== Resources ==
{| class="wikitable"
 
|-
 
!width=120px|Name
 
!width=256px|Recipe
 
!Description
 
|-
 
![[Nuclear Reactor]]
 
|{{Grid/Crafting Table
 
|A1=Advanced Alloy|B1=Advanced Circuit|C1=Advanced Alloy
 
|A2=Reactor Chamber|B2=Generator|C2=Reactor Chamber
 
|A3=Advanced Alloy|B3=Advanced Circuit|C3=Advanced Alloy
 
|Output=Nuclear Reactor
 
}}
 
|Complex generator whose output and total EU varies depending on the setup. Making reactor setups isn't easy and can lead to violent nuclear explosions. See its article for more information on how to build proper reactor setups. Can be disabled (cooldown mode) by applying a redstone current to the core or any of the chambers.
 
|-
 
![[Reactor Chamber]]
 
|{{Grid/Crafting Table
 
|A1=Advanced Alloy|B1=Integrated Heat Dispenser|C1=Advanced Alloy
 
|A2=Integrated Reactor Plating|B2=Machine|C2=Integrated Reactor Plating
 
|A3=Advanced Alloy|B3=Integrated Reactor Plating|C3=Advanced Alloy
 
|Output=Reactor Chamber
 
}}
 
|Can be attached to a [[Nuclear Reactor|reactor]] to increase its space by 1 column and its hull heat tolerance by 1000, also cooling the reactor at a rate of -2 heat per tick. Up to 6 chambers may be attached to a reactor, one on each side of it. Also used to craft a reactor.
 
|-
 
![[Integrated Reactor Plating]]
 
|{{Grid/Crafting Table
 
|B1=Copper
 
|A2=Copper|B2=Advanced Alloy|C2=Copper
 
|B3=Copper
 
|Output=Integrated Reactor Plating
 
}}
 
|When placed in a reactor, redistributes heat evenly between neighboring [[Coolant Cell|coolant cells]] or other plating. When there are no components cool enough, it stores up to 10,000 heat. It also increases the reactor hull's heat tolerance by 100.
 
|-
 
![[Integrated Heat Dispenser]]
 
|{{Grid/Crafting Table
 
|A1=Copper|B1=Advanced Circuit|C1=Copper
 
|A2=Cooling Cell|B2=Integrated Reactor Plating|C2=Cooling Cell
 
|Output=Integrated Heat Dispenser
 
}}
 
|When placed in a reactor, redistributes heat from itself either to neighboring [[Coolant Cell|coolant cells]] or to the reactor hull. Every reactor tick (second), it can add or subtract 6 heat from neighboring elements and dispense up to 25 heat to or from the reactor hull.
 
|-
 
![[Uranium Cell]]
 
|{{Grid/Crafting Table
 
|A1=Empty Cell|B1=Uranium Fuel Ingot
 
|Output=Uranium Cell
 
}}
 
{{Grid/Crafting Table
 
|A1=Re-Enriched Uranium Cell|B1=Coal Dust
 
|Output=Uranium Cell
 
}}
 
|Generates 1,000,000-5,000,000 EU at 5-25 EU/t (depending on efficiency, that is, cell adjacency), but generates excess heat which must be eliminated through cooling. When it decays, rarely turns into a [[Near-Depleted Uranium Cell]], which once recharged, turns into a fresh new cell.
 
|-
 
![[Near-Depleted Uranium Cell]]
 
|{{Grid/Crafting Table
 
|A1=Uranium Fuel Ingot|B1=Uranium Fuel Ingot|C1=Uranium Fuel Ingot
 
|A2=Uranium Fuel Ingot|B2=Empty Cell|C2=Uranium Fuel Ingot
 
|A3=Uranium Fuel Ingot|B3=Uranium Fuel Ingot|C3=Uranium Fuel Ingot
 
|Output=Near-Depleted Uranium Cell|OA=8
 
}}
 
<center>Rarely created when an [[Uranium Cell|uranium cell]] decays</center>
 
|Can be turned into a rechargeable [[Depleted Isotope Cell]].
 
|-
 
![[Depleted Isotope Cell]]
 
|{{Grid/Crafting Table
 
|A1=Near-Depleted Uranium Cell|B1=Coal Dust
 
|Output=Depleted Isotope Cell
 
}}
 
|When surrounded by one or more [[Uranium Cell|uranium cells]], will make the cell pulse an additional time. This pulse generates heat, but not EU, and recharges the cell. Recharging is much faster when done on a reactor running very hot.
 
|-
 
![[Re-Enriched Uranium Cell]]
 
|<center>Created once a [[Depleted Isotope Cell]] charges</center>
 
|Can be turned back into a [[Uranium Cell]].
 
|-
 
![[Coolant Cell]]
 
|{{Grid/Machine
 
|Type=Extractor
 
|Top=Water Cell
 
|Bottom=RE Battery (Charged)
 
|Output=Cooling Cell
 
}}
 
|Absorbs up to 10,000 heat from [[Uranium Cell|uranium cells]] and other elements, while cooling itself down for 1 heat per reactor tick (second).
 
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|}
 
  
 
To be completed. --[[User:RichardG|RichardG]]<sup>[[Special:Contributions/RichardG|c]]|[[Talk:RichardG|t]]</sup> 15:45, 1 November 2011 (CET)
 
To be completed. --[[User:RichardG|RichardG]]<sup>[[Special:Contributions/RichardG|c]]|[[Talk:RichardG|t]]</sup> 15:45, 1 November 2011 (CET)

Revision as of 17:02, 1 November 2011

This is a list of recipes and resources found in IndustrialCraft².

Armor

Material

Name Recipe Description
Bronze Helmet


Grid Bronze.png
Grid Bronze.png


Grid Bronze.png


Grid Bronze.png
Grid Bronze.png
Grid Bronze Helmet.png

Helmet with 30% more durability than iron.
Bronze Chestplate
Grid Bronze.png
Grid Bronze.png
Grid Bronze.png


Grid Bronze.png
Grid Bronze.png
Grid Bronze.png
Grid Bronze.png
Grid Bronze.png
Grid Bronze Chestplate.png

Chestplate with 30% more durability than iron.
Bronze Leggings
Grid Bronze.png
Grid Bronze.png
Grid Bronze.png
Grid Bronze.png


Grid Bronze.png
Grid Bronze.png
Grid Bronze.png
Grid Bronze Leggings.png

Leggings with 30% more durability than iron.
Bronze Boots


Grid Bronze.png
Grid Bronze.png




Grid Bronze.png
Grid Bronze.png
Grid Bronze Boots.png

Boots with 30% more durability than iron.
Nano Helmet
Grid Carbon Plate.png
Grid Carbon Plate.png


Grid Energy Crystal (Charged).png
Grid Glass.png


Grid Carbon Plate.png
Grid Carbon Plate.png


Grid Nano-Helmet.png

Energy-based helmet which absorbs part of your damage while charged.
Nano Body Armor
Grid Carbon Plate.png
Grid Carbon Plate.png
Grid Carbon Plate.png


Grid Energy Crystal (Charged).png
Grid Carbon Plate.png
Grid Carbon Plate.png
Grid Carbon Plate.png
Grid Carbon Plate.png
Grid Nano-Bodyarmor.png

Energy-based chestplate which absorbs part of your damage while charged.
Nano Leggings
Grid Carbon Plate.png
Grid Carbon Plate.png
Grid Carbon Plate.png
Grid Energy Crystal (Charged).png


Grid Carbon Plate.png
Grid Carbon Plate.png
Grid Carbon Plate.png
Grid Nano-Leggings.png

Energy-based leggings which absorb part of your damage while charged.
Nano Boots


Grid Carbon Plate.png
Grid Carbon Plate.png


Grid Energy Crystal (Charged).png


Grid Carbon Plate.png
Grid Carbon Plate.png
Grid Nano-Boots.png

Energy-based boots which absorb part of your damage while charged.
Quantum Helmet
Grid Advanced Circuit.png


Grid Lapotron Crystal.png
Grid Reinforced Glass.png


Grid Advanced Circuit.png


Grid Quantum-Helmet.png

Energy-based helmet which lets you breathe underwater, replenishes your hunger and cures poison while charged.
Quantum Body Armor
Grid Advanced Alloy.png
Grid Iridium Plate.png
Grid Iridium Plate.png


Grid Lapotron Crystal.png
Grid Advanced Alloy.png
Grid Advanced Alloy.png
Grid Iridium Plate.png
Grid Iridium Plate.png
Grid Quantum-Bodyarmor.png

Energy-based chestplate which absorbs all of your damage while charged.
Quantum Leggings
Grid Machine.png
Grid Iridium Plate.png
Grid Glowstone Dust.png
Grid Lapotron Crystal.png


Grid Machine.png
Grid Iridium Plate.png
Grid Glowstone Dust.png
Grid Quantum-Leggings.png

Energy-based leggings which let you sprint more than 3 times faster.
Quantum Boots


Grid Iridium Plate.png
Grid Rubber Boots.png


Grid Lapotron Crystal.png


Grid Iridium Plate.png
Grid Rubber Boots.png
Grid Quantum-Boots.png

Energy-based boots which absorb all of your fall damage while charged.

Utility

Name Recipe Description
Bat-Pack
Grid RE Battery (Charged).png
Grid RE Battery (Charged).png
Grid RE Battery (Charged).png
Grid Electronic Circuit.png
Grid Tin.png


Grid RE Battery (Charged).png
Grid RE Battery (Charged).png
Grid RE Battery (Charged).png
Grid Bat-Pack.png

Chestplate which powers your electric tools using its energy of up to 60000 EU while you are wearing it.
Composite Armor
Grid Advanced Alloy.png
Grid Advanced Alloy.png
Grid Advanced Alloy.png


Grid Iron Chestplate.png
Grid Leather Tunic.png
Grid Advanced Alloy.png
Grid Advanced Alloy.png
Grid Advanced Alloy.png
Grid Composite Armor Vest.png

Super-durable chestplate, more than 3 times the durability of a diamond chestplate.
Electric Jetpack
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Glowstone Dust.png
Grid Electronic Circuit.png
Grid BatBox.png


Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Glowstone Dust.png
Grid Electric Jetpack.png

Energy-powered jetpack worn as a chestplate. It has a limited maximum flying height and a smaller operational time, unlike the normal fuel-powered Jetpack.
Jetpack
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Electronic Circuit.png
Grid Fuel Can (Empty).png


Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Jetpack.png

Fuel-powered jetpack worn as a chestplate. Use Bio Fuel Cells or Coal Fuel Cells on a canning machine to refuel it.
Rubber Boots
Grid Rubber.png
Grid Rubber.png
Grid Rubber.png


Grid Wool.png
Grid Rubber.png
Grid Rubber.png
Grid Rubber.png
Grid Rubber Boots.png

Boots which reduce your fall damage.

Cables

Name Recipe Description
Tin Cable


Grid Tin.png


Grid Tin.png


Grid Tin.png


Grid Tin Cable.png

Tin Cable

Tin Cable


Special uninsulated tin cable which handles up to 3 EU/t (ultra-low voltage) and has very small loss, but can't be insulated (beware of shock) and thus can't be painted.
Copper Cable


Grid Copper.png


Grid Copper.png


Grid Copper.png


Grid Copper Cable.png

Copper Cable

Copper Cable


Uninsulated copper cable which handles up to 32 EU/t (low voltage).
Insulated Copper Cable
Grid Rubber.png
Grid Copper.png
Grid Rubber.png
Grid Rubber.png
Grid Copper.png
Grid Rubber.png
Grid Rubber.png
Grid Copper.png
Grid Rubber.png
Grid Insulated Copper Cable.png

Insulated Copper Cable

Insulated Copper Cable


Grid Rubber.png


Grid Copper Cable.png




Grid Insulated Copper Cable.png

Insulated copper cable which handles up to 32 EU/t (low voltage). Insulation allows the cable to be painted, reduces distance-based energy loss and completely removes electric shock. You can also apply insulation to uninsulated copper cable by putting the uninsulated cable and a single piece of rubber (shapeless) in a crafting table.
Gold Cable


Grid Gold.png


Grid Gold.png


Grid Gold.png


Grid Gold Cable.png

Gold Cable

Gold Cable


Uninsulated gold cable which handles up to 128 EU/t (medium voltage).
Single-Insulated Gold Cable


Grid Rubber.png


Grid Rubber.png
Grid Gold.png
Grid Rubber.png


Grid Rubber.png


Grid Insulated Gold Cable.png

Insulated Gold Cable

Insulated Gold Cable


Grid Rubber.png


Grid Gold Cable.png




Grid Insulated Gold Cable.png

Single-insulated gold cable which handles up to 128 EU/t (medium voltage). Single insulation allows the cable to be painted, reduces distance-based energy loss and reduces electric shock.
Double-Insulated Gold Cable
Grid Rubber.png


Grid Rubber.png


Grid Gold Cable.png


Grid 2xIns. Gold Cable.png

Grid Rubber.png


Grid Insulated Gold Cable.png




Grid 2xIns. Gold Cable.png

Double-insulated gold cable which handles up to 128 EU/t (medium voltage).
HV Cable


Grid Refined Iron.png


Grid Refined Iron.png


Grid Refined Iron.png


Grid HV Cable.png

HV Cable

HV Cable


Uninsulated HV cable which handles up to 512 EU/t (high voltage) and 2048 EU/t (extreme voltage).
Single-Insulated HV Cable


Grid Rubber.png


Grid Rubber.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Rubber.png


Grid Rubber.png


Grid Insulated HV Cable.png

Insulated HV Cable

Insulated HV Cable


Grid Rubber.png


Grid HV Cable.png




Grid Insulated HV Cable.png

Insulated HV Cable

Insulated HV Cable


Single-insulated HV cable which handles up to 512 EU/t (high voltage) and 2048 EU/t (extreme voltage). Single insulation allows the cable to be painted, reduces distance-based energy loss and reduces electric shock.
Double-Insulated HV Cable
Grid Rubber.png


Grid Rubber.png


Grid HV Cable.png


Grid 2xIns. HV Cable.png

Grid Rubber.png


Grid Insulated HV Cable.png




Grid 2xIns. HV Cable.png

Double-insulated HV cable which handles up to 512 EU/t (high voltage) and 2048 EU/t (extreme voltage). Double insulation allows the cable to be painted, reduces distance-based energy loss and reduces electric shock.
Quadruple-Insulated HV Cable
Grid Rubber.png
Grid HV Cable.png


Grid Rubber.png


Grid Rubber.png


Grid 4xIns. HV Cable.png

Grid Rubber.png


Grid Rubber.png


Grid Insulated HV Cable.png


Grid 4xIns. HV Cable.png

Grid Rubber.png


Grid 2xIns. HV Cable.png




Grid 4xIns. HV Cable.png

Quadruple-insulated HV cable which handles up to 512 EU/t (high voltage) and 2048 EU/t (extreme voltage). Quadruple insulation allows the cable to be painted, reduces distance-based energy loss and removes electric shock.
Glass Fibre Cable
Grid Glass.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Glass.png
Grid Glass.png
Grid Diamond.png
Grid Glass.png
Grid Glass.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Glass.png
Grid Glass Fibre Cable.png

Glass Fibre Cable

Glass Fibre Cable


Special glass fibre cable which handles up to 512 EU/t (high voltage). It is the only kind of uninsulated cable which can be painted and gives no electric shock. Glass fibre cable is useful for long-distance wiring, since it has the smallest energy loss of all kinds of cable - 1 EU every 20 blocks (0.05 EU per block).

EU Storage

Blocks

Name Recipe Description
BatBox
Grid Wooden Planks.png
Grid RE Battery.png
Grid Wooden Planks.png
Grid Insulated Copper Cable.png
Grid RE Battery.png
Grid Wooden Planks.png
Grid Wooden Planks.png
Grid RE Battery.png
Grid Wooden Planks.png
Grid BatBox.png

EU storage block which stores up to 40,000 EU and accepts up to and outputs 32 EU/t (low voltage). Accepts current from any side, except the one with a dot, which is the output.
MFE Unit
Grid Insulated Copper Cable.png
Grid Energy Crystal.png
Grid Insulated Copper Cable.png
Grid Energy Crystal.png
Grid Machine.png
Grid Energy Crystal.png
Grid Insulated Copper Cable.png
Grid Energy Crystal.png
Grid Insulated Copper Cable.png
Grid MFE Unit.png

EU storage block which stores up to 600,000 EU and accepts up to and outputs 128 EU/t (medium voltage). Accepts current from any side, except the one with a dot, which is the output.
MFS Unit
Grid Lapotron Crystal.png
Grid Lapotron Crystal.png
Grid Lapotron Crystal.png
Grid Advanced Circuit.png
Grid MFE Unit.png
Grid Advanced Machine.png
Grid Lapotron Crystal.png
Grid Lapotron Crystal.png
Grid Lapotron Crystal.png
Grid MFS Unit.png

EU storage block which stores up to 10,000,000 EU and accepts up to and outputs 512 EU/t (high voltage). Accepts current from any side, except the one with a dot, which is the output.

Items

Name Recipe Description
Single-Use Battery



Grid Insulated Copper Cable.png
Grid Hydrated Coal Dust.png
Grid Redstone.png



Grid Single-Use Battery.png

Single-Use Battery

Single-Use Battery




Grid Insulated Copper Cable.png
Grid Coal Dust.png
Grid Redstone.png



Grid Single-Use Battery.png

Single-Use Battery

Single-Use Battery


EU storage item which stores 1000 EU and can only be used once, but are stackable in up to 64. It can also be used to power most machines from their bottom slot.
RE Battery


Grid Tin.png
Grid Tin.png
Grid Insulated Copper Cable.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Redstone.png


Grid Tin.png
Grid Tin.png
Grid RE Battery.png

EU storage item which stores up to 10000 EU and can be charged or discharged in a BatBox, MFE Unit or MFS Unit. It can also be used to power most machines from their bottom slot, and be charged in generators through their top (or middle) slot.
Battery Pack

(coming soon)

Grid RE Battery (Charged).png
Grid RE Battery (Charged).png
Grid RE Battery (Charged).png
Grid Tin.png
Grid Tin.png
Grid Tin.png
Grid RE Battery (Charged).png
Grid RE Battery (Charged).png
Grid RE Battery (Charged).png
Grid Battery Pack.png

Stackable battery pack which pops 6 charged batteries in the ground when right-clicked.
Energy Crystal
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Diamond.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Energy Crystal.png

EU storage item which stores up to 100,000 EU and can only be charged or discharged in a MFE Unit or a MFS Unit.
Lapotron Crystal
Grid Lapis Lazuli (Dye).png
Grid Lapis Lazuli (Dye).png
Grid Lapis Lazuli (Dye).png
Grid Electronic Circuit.png
Grid Energy Crystal.png
Grid Electronic Circuit.png
Grid Lapis Lazuli (Dye).png
Grid Lapis Lazuli (Dye).png
Grid Lapis Lazuli (Dye).png
Grid Lapotron Crystal.png

EU storage item which stores up to 1,000,000 EU and can only be charged or discharged in a MFS Unit.
Electrolyzed Water Cell
TODO: Electrolyzer GUI
Created in an Electrolyzer when the adjacent MFE Unit or MFS Unit is full, those cells absorb 15000 EU, but lose 1500 EU, only giving off 13500 EU when used (again by the Electrolyzer when the adjacent MFE/MFS is out of EU).

Machine components

Name Recipe Description
Machine
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Machine.png




Grid Machine.png




Grid Refined Iron.png

Refined Iron

Refined Iron


Base component for machines and the Quantum Leggings.
Advanced Machine


Grid Carbon Plate.png


Grid Advanced Alloy.png
Grid Machine.png
Grid Advanced Alloy.png


Grid Carbon Plate.png


Grid Advanced Machine.png

Base component for more advanced machines.
Electronic Circuit
Grid Cable.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Cable.png
Grid Cable.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Cable.png
Grid Cable.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Cable.png
Grid Electronic Circuit.png

Base component for machines, smart items and the Advanced Circuit.
Advanced Circuit
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Lapis Lazuli (Dye).png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Glowstone Dust.png
Grid Electronic Circuit.png
Grid Glowstone Dust.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Lapis Lazuli (Dye).png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Advanced Circuit.png

Base component for more advanced machines and smart items.

Generators

Normal

Name Recipe Description
Generator



Grid RE Battery.png
Grid Machine.png
Grid Furnace.png



Grid Generator.png



Grid RE Battery.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Iron Furnace.png



Grid Generator.png

Simple generator which accepts fuel (43,200 EU for coal fuel, 16,200 EU for bio fuel), coal (4000 EU), scrap (825 EU), wood (750 EU), planks (750 EU), wooden blocks (750 EU), sticks (250 EU), saplings (250 EU, 200 EU for rubber tree saplings), sugar cane (125 EU) and cactus (125 EU) and outputs 5 EU/t. If there is no destination for the current, it can store up to 4000 EU. It is also a base component for other generators.
Geothermal Generator
Grid Glass.png
Grid Glass.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Empty Cell.png
Grid Empty Cell.png
Grid Generator.png
Grid Glass.png
Grid Glass.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Geothermal Generator.png

Generator which accepts lava buckets and cells and outputs 10 EU/t for a total of 20,000 EU per lava bucket. If there is no destination for the current, it stores up to 240,000 EU (24 buckets or cells).
Solar Panel
Grid Coal Dust.png
Grid Glass.png
Grid Insulated Copper Cable.png
Grid Glass.png
Grid Coal Dust.png
Grid Generator.png
Grid Coal Dust.png
Grid Glass.png
Grid Insulated Copper Cable.png
Grid Solar Panel.png

Generator which, when exposed to sunlight through its top (glass and other non-full blocks like signs are an exception), outputs 1 EU/t for a total of 13050 EU per Minecraft day (08:20 to 19:45).
Water Mill
Grid Stick.png
Grid Wooden Planks.png
Grid Stick.png
Grid Wooden Planks.png
Grid Generator.png
Grid Wooden Planks.png
Grid Stick.png
Grid Wooden Planks.png
Grid Stick.png
Grid Water Mill.png

Generator which accepts water buckets and adjacent water and outputs either 2 EU/t for a total of 1000 EU per water bucket, or 0.010 EU/t per adjacent water block for a maximum of 0.25 EU/t with a 3x3 cube of water with the water mill in the middle and cable on top.
Wind Mill
Grid Iron.png
Grid Iron.png


Grid Generator.png


Grid Iron.png
Grid Iron.png
Grid Windmill.png

Generator which outputs 0-3 EU/t for a total of an average of 250 EU/t multiplied by its height in the Minecraft world. The generation power can be hindered by any block in a 9x9x7 area around it, reducing the effective height by 1 for each block in said area.

Nuclear Reactor

Name Recipe Description
Nuclear Reactor
Grid Advanced Alloy.png
Grid Reactor Chamber.png
Grid Advanced Alloy.png
Grid Advanced Circuit.png
Grid Generator.png
Grid Advanced Circuit.png
Grid Advanced Alloy.png
Grid Reactor Chamber.png
Grid Advanced Alloy.png
Grid Nuclear Reactor.png

Complex generator whose output and total EU varies depending on the setup. Making reactor setups isn't easy and can lead to violent nuclear explosions. See its article for more information on how to build proper reactor setups. Can be disabled (cooldown mode) by applying a redstone current to the core or any of the chambers.
Reactor Chamber
Grid Advanced Alloy.png
Grid Integrated Reactor Plating.png
Grid Advanced Alloy.png
Grid Integrated Heat Disperser.png
Grid Machine.png
Grid Integrated Reactor Plating.png
Grid Advanced Alloy.png
Grid Integrated Reactor Plating.png
Grid Advanced Alloy.png
Grid Reactor Chamber.png

Can be attached to a reactor to increase its space by 1 column and its hull heat tolerance by 1000, also cooling the reactor at a rate of -2 heat per tick. Up to 6 chambers may be attached to a reactor, one on each side of it. Also used to craft a reactor.
Integrated Reactor Plating


Grid Copper.png


Grid Copper.png
Grid Advanced Alloy.png
Grid Copper.png


Grid Copper.png


Grid Integrated Reactor Plating.png

When placed in a reactor, redistributes heat evenly between neighboring coolant cells or other plating. When there are no components cool enough, it stores up to 10,000 heat. It also increases the reactor hull's heat tolerance by 100.
Integrated Heat Dispenser
Grid Copper.png
Grid Cooling Cell.png


Grid Advanced Circuit.png
Grid Integrated Reactor Plating.png


Grid Copper.png
Grid Cooling Cell.png


Grid Integrated Heat Disperser.png

When placed in a reactor, redistributes heat from itself either to neighboring coolant cells or to the reactor hull. Every reactor tick (second), it can add or subtract 6 heat from neighboring elements and dispense up to 25 heat to or from the reactor hull.
Uranium Cell
Grid Empty Cell.png


Grid Uranium Fuel Ingot.png




Grid Uranium Cell.png

Grid Re-Enriched Uranium Cell.png


Grid Coal Dust.png




Grid Uranium Cell.png

Generates 1,000,000-5,000,000 EU at 5-25 EU/t (depending on efficiency, that is, cell adjacency), but generates excess heat which must be eliminated through cooling. When it decays, rarely turns into a Near-Depleted Uranium Cell, which once recharged, turns into a fresh new cell.
Near-Depleted Uranium Cell
Grid Uranium Fuel Ingot.png
Grid Uranium Fuel Ingot.png
Grid Uranium Fuel Ingot.png
Grid Uranium Fuel Ingot.png
Grid Empty Cell.png
Grid Uranium Fuel Ingot.png
Grid Uranium Fuel Ingot.png
Grid Uranium Fuel Ingot.png
Grid Uranium Fuel Ingot.png
Grid Near-Depleted Uranium Cell.png

Near-Depleted Uranium Cell

Near-Depleted Uranium Cell


Rarely created when an uranium cell decays
Can be turned into a rechargeable Depleted Isotope Cell.
Depleted Isotope Cell
Grid Near-Depleted Uranium Cell.png


Grid Coal Dust.png




Grid Depleted Isotope Cell.png

When surrounded by one or more uranium cells, will make the cell pulse an additional time. This pulse generates heat, but not EU, and recharges the cell. Recharging is much faster when done on a reactor running very hot.
Re-Enriched Uranium Cell
Created once a Depleted Isotope Cell charges
Can be turned back into a Uranium Cell.
Coolant Cell
Grid Water Cell.png
Grid RE Battery (Charged).png
Grid Cooling Cell.png



Absorbs up to 10,000 heat from uranium cells and other elements, while cooling itself down for 1 heat per reactor tick (second).

Processors

Name Recipe Description
Iron Furnace
Grid Iron.png
Grid Iron.png
Grid Iron.png
Grid Iron.png
Grid Iron.png
Grid Iron.png
Grid Iron.png
Grid Iron.png
Grid Iron Furnace.png


Grid Iron.png
Grid Iron.png
Grid Iron.png
Grid Furnace.png


Grid Iron.png
Grid Iron.png
Grid Iron Furnace.png

Normal furnace which is faster (and thus uses less fuel) than a normal furnace, which can also burn fuel, sugar cane and cactus. Does not require energy.
Electric Furnace


Grid Redstone.png


Grid Electronic Circuit.png
Grid Iron Furnace.png


Grid Redstone.png


Grid Electro Furnace.png

Energy-powered furnace which is faster than an iron furnace. Takes 313 EU per operation (at least 3 EU/t needed for continuous usage), up to low voltage (32 EU/t).
Macerator
Grid Flint.png
Grid Cobblestone.png


Grid Flint.png
Grid Machine.png
Grid Electronic Circuit.png
Grid Flint.png
Grid Cobblestone.png


Grid Macerator.png

Turns ore into dust and some other things - look for more recipes on this page. Takes 625 EU per operation (at least 2 EU/t needed for continuous usage), up to low voltage (32 EU/t).
Extractor
Grid Treetap.png
Grid Treetap.png


Grid Machine.png
Grid Electronic Circuit.png


Grid Treetap.png
Grid Treetap.png


Grid Extractor.png

Extracts resin into 3 rubber (triple the efficiency) and turns simple fuel cells into liquid fuel ones and some other things - look for more recipes on this page. Takes 313 EU per operation (at least 2 EU/t needed for continuous usage), up to low voltage (32 EU/t).
Compressor
Grid Stone.png
Grid Stone.png
Grid Stone.png


Grid Machine.png
Grid Electronic Circuit.png
Grid Stone.png
Grid Stone.png
Grid Stone.png
Grid Compressor.png

Compresses Mixed Metal Ingots into Advanced Alloy and Plantballs into Compressed Plants and some other things - look for more recipes on this page. Takes 625 EU per operation (at least 2 EU/t needed for continuous usage), up to low voltage (32 EU/t).
Recycler


Grid Dirt.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Glowstone Dust.png
Grid Compressor.png
Grid Dirt.png


Grid Dirt.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Recycler.png

Has a random chance of turning anything inserted into it into Scrap. Takes 35 EU per operation (at least 2 EU/t needed for continuous usage), up to low voltage (32 EU/t).
Canning Machine
Grid Tin.png
Grid Tin.png
Grid Tin.png
Grid Electronic Circuit.png
Grid Machine.png
Grid Tin.png
Grid Tin.png
Grid Tin.png
Grid Tin.png
Grid Canning Machine.png

Turns food (top slot) and tin cans (bottom slot) into several canned food (see the Food List). Canned food instantly heals you 1 heart per unit. It is also used to fill fuel cans using bio fuel cells and bio cells, and refuel jetpacks using those cells. Takes (unknown) EU per operation, up to low voltage (32 EU/t).
Induction Furnace
Grid Copper.png
Grid Copper.png
Grid Copper.png
Grid Copper.png
Grid Electro Furnace.png
Grid Advanced Machine.png
Grid Copper.png
Grid Copper.png
Grid Copper.png
Grid Induction Furnace.png

Special two-input two-output furnace which increases its smelting speed as it heats up through smelting. When it's not smelting anything, it will quickly lose heat, but the furnace can be applied a redstone current to keep itself heated for 1 EU/t. Takes 6000 (0% heat) to 208 (100% heat) EU per operation (at least 16 EU/t needed for continuous usage), up to medium voltage (128 EU/t).
Mass Fabricator
Grid Glowstone Dust.png
Grid Advanced Machine.png
Grid Glowstone Dust.png
Grid Advanced Circuit.png
Grid Lapotron Crystal.png
Grid Advanced Circuit.png
Grid Glowstone Dust.png
Grid Advanced Machine.png
Grid Glowstone Dust.png
Grid Mass Fabricator.png

Generates Matter for a vast amount of energy, but said amount can be reduced and the generation speed increased by feeding Scrap to the bottom slot. Takes 1,000,000 EU per operation (without any scrap), up to high voltage (512 EU/t).

Utility

Name Recipe Description
Personal Safe



Grid Electronic Circuit.png
Grid Machine.png
Grid Chest.png



Grid Personal Safe.png

Chest which can only be opened by you once you right-click it for the first time. It also has the space of a double chest. Useful for SMP. Does not require energy.
Trade-O-Mat
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Chest.png


Grid Redstone.png
Grid Machine.png


Grid Redstone.png
Grid Chest.png


Grid Trade-O-Mat.png

Allows a certain item to be traded by another, giving or taking from an adjacent chest or Personal Safe. Useful for SMP. See its article for a full guide on how to set one up. Does not require energy.
Magnetizer
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Iron Fence.png
Grid Machine.png
Grid Iron Fence.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Magnetizer.png

Turns iron fences stacked vertically (up and/or down) into a faster alternative to ladders. When a player wearing metal boots (iron, gold, bronze, nano or quantum) approaches the fences, said player is quickly propelled upwards while the Magnetizer uses energy. Takes 2 EU/t while a player is being propelled, up to low voltage (32 EU/t).
Electrolyzer
Grid Cable.png
Grid Cable.png
Grid Empty Cell.png


Grid Electronic Circuit.png
Grid Machine.png
Grid Cable.png
Grid Cable.png
Grid Empty Cell.png
Grid Electrolyzer.png

When placed adjacent to a MFE Unit or MFS Unit and filled with water cells, once the EU storage is full, starts turning the cells into Electrolyzed Water Cells, but once it's empty, starts using up the electrolyzed cells to supply power. Both operations run at 10 EU/t.
Tesla Coil
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid MV Transformer.png
Grid Electronic Circuit.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Redstone.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Tesla Coil.png

When charged and applied a redstone current, it starts finding NPCs and players at a range of 4 blocks at the cost of 2 EU/t. If a NPC/player is found, it will apply 10 hearts of damage to it and discharge. Useful for placing monster traps outside your base. Takes 5000 EU to charge, up to medium voltage (128 EU/t).
Teleporter
Grid Glowstone Dust.png
Grid Cable.png
Grid Glowstone Dust.png
Grid FreqTrans.png
Grid Advanced Machine.png
Grid Diamond.png
Grid Glowstone Dust.png
Grid Cable.png
Grid Glowstone Dust.png
Grid Teleporter.png

Teleports a player to another teleporter defined by a FreqTrans once it is applied redstone current. Takes a variable amount of EU depending on the distance, kind of creature (human/monster/animal), inventory and worn armor (from Distance*100 for an animal to Distance*3100 for a player with a full inventory of stacks of 64 and all armor pieces worn), up to high voltage (512 EU/t). Please note that a teleporter does not accept cables as energy inputs - only EU storage blocks (MFS Unit recommended) adjacent to it.

Miner

Name Recipe Description
Miner
Grid Electronic Circuit.png


Grid Machine.png
Grid Mining Pipe.png
Grid Mining Pipe.png
Grid Electronic Circuit.png


Grid Miner.png

Mines vertically by laying down mining pipes placed in the top-center slot, using the Mining Drill or Diamond Drill (faster but consumes more energy) in the top-left slot and scanning for ores using the OD Scanner (5x5 area) or OV Scanner (9x9 area) in the top-right slot, either throwing anything out or placing in an adjacent chest. Any kind of block may be placed in the pipe slot too, causing the pipes to be retracted and refunded. Takes a variable amount of EU per operation based on the scanner and drill (460 EU for Mining Drill or 890 EU for Diamond Drill + 70 EU for OD Scanner or 180 EU for OV Scanner), up to low voltage (32 EU/t).
Pump
Grid Empty Cell.png
Grid Empty Cell.png
Grid Mining Pipe.png
Grid Electronic Circuit.png
Grid Machine.png
Grid Treetap.png
Grid Empty Cell.png
Grid Empty Cell.png
Grid Mining Pipe.png
Grid Pump.png

When placed next to a miner and filled with empty cells, fills the cells with any liquid the miner comes across. When alone, fills an empty cell with a liquid one block directly below the pump. When alone, takes (unknown) EU per operation, up to low voltage (32 EU/t).
Mining Pipe
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Refined Iron.png


Grid Treetap.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Refined Iron.png
Grid Mining Pipe.png

Mining Pipe

Mining Pipe


Placed in the miner's top-center slot.

Terraformer

Name Recipe Description
Terraformer
Grid Glowstone Dust.png
Grid Dirt.png
Grid Glowstone Dust.png
Grid Tfbp.png
Grid Advanced Machine.png
Grid Dirt.png
Grid Glowstone Dust.png
Grid Dirt.png
Grid Glowstone Dust.png
Grid Terraformer.png

Alters (terraforms) nearby landscape following a Terraformer Blueprint inserted in it (by rightclicking the machine with the blueprint). Takes a variable amount of EU/t (based on the blueprint being used), up to high voltage (512 EU/t).
Empty Blueprint


Grid Redstone.png
Grid Electronic Circuit.png
Grid Advanced Circuit.png



Grid Redstone.png
Grid Tfbp.png

Empty terraformer blueprint used to craft functional ones.
Chilling Blueprint


Grid Snowball.png


Grid Snowball.png
Grid Tfbp.png
Grid Snowball.png


Grid Snowball.png


Grid Chilling.png

Simulates a snow biome by placing snow (and later snow blocks) on top of blocks and freezing water. Takes 4 EU/t.
Compression Blueprint

(coming soon)

Grid Cobblestone.png
Grid Stone.png
Grid Cobblestone.png
Grid Stone.png
Grid Tfbp.png
Grid Stone.png
Grid Cobblestone.png
Grid Stone.png
Grid Cobblestone.png
Grid Compression.png

Removes dirt and sand, crushing some of it into cobblestone and sandstone and then crushing cobblestone into stone. Takes 10 EU/t.
Cultivation Blueprint


Grid Seeds.png


Grid Seeds.png
Grid Tfbp.png
Grid Seeds.png


Grid Seeds.png


Grid Cultivation.png

Simulates a plains biome by replacing sand with dirt, growing grass on top of dirt and randomly adding plantlife. Takes 20 EU/t.
Desertification Blueprint


Grid Sand.png


Grid Sand.png
Grid Tfbp.png
Grid Sand.png


Grid Sand.png


Grid Desertification.png

Simulates a desert biome by replacing dirt with sand, destroying plants, melting ice/snow and causing forest fires. Takes 4 EU/t.
Flatificator Blueprint


Grid Dirt.png


Grid Dirt.png
Grid Tfbp.png
Grid Dirt.png


Grid Dirt.png


Grid Flatificator.png

Removes all natural blocks (except stone) above the terraformer and fills land below the terraformer with dirt. Takes 40 EU/t.
Irrigation Blueprint


Grid Water Bucket.png


Grid Water Bucket.png
Grid Tfbp.png
Grid Water Bucket.png


Grid Water Bucket.png


Grid Irrigation.png

Replaces sand with dirt, grows grass on top of dirt, causes plants to grow faster, lets sugar cane grow past 3 blocks and rarely spawns water below the terraformer. Takes 8 EU/t.

Resources

To be completed. --RichardGc|t 15:45, 1 November 2011 (CET)