I have not seen a ComputerCraft based version. This pattern would be placed in an interface touching the chest for the setup. Press the arrow on the input tab and select inventories.
Where the simple setup will use 10 channels. I am trying to get the Advanced Inscriber from AE2 Stuff to auto craft processors for me. Redstone, Printed Engineering Circuit and Printed Silicon going to the bottom right advanced inscriber. Diamond going to the top right advanced inscriber.
I’m having this issue as well, I can confirm removing all acceleration cards makes it work. Easy way to replicate it is a setup like this. I can’t replicate it doing any specific method, but with my current set up it only pulls about 2/3 of the time. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. We also accept moderation reports via email. Please see the Content Moderation Policy for instructions on how to make a moderation request via email.
Why yes, I’d unironically love to pay twice or more in resources to build the damned chip until I get automation setup. And yeah, the AE2 stuff advanced inscriber needs to be part of the main mod. Make it absurdly expensive, I don’t care, just let me replace my room full of pipes with a single block once I get up and running. Oh, and inscribers and chargers need to take acceleration upgrades while we’re at it. Outputs will be the bottom left inscriber for printed gold, bottom middle inscriber for printed diamond, and bottom right inscriber for printed certus. First, create a trigger, input, and output.
The automated system that you are testing will be a very important part of any automated system or process. A lot of times people think that automation is just about making our jobs easier. We want to make sure that our automated system is doing what it’s supposed to do, but we also want to make sure that it’s doing it efficiently. What is done by a human may not be done exactly as it should be. I’ve never played in a pack/on a server with the Advanced Inscriber and it sounds like I desperately need to. On the other hand I’m spoiled by admins like Taffer who would set up alternate recipes for the chips.
There’s a servo pushing things out of the input chest, and the rest is just whitelisted filters. It doesn’t tell you anything about channels as far as I can tell, it just gives you a list of everything attached to the network. It’s theoretically helpful for diagnosing problems with subnetworks and checking that your P2P bridges are set up properly, but I’ve never found a use for it in practice. It’s sort of late game but one chest + TE retrivers are best way to go with inscribers I think.
This means you need more advanced inscribers but it will allow the calculation press to be created faster if you want to create multiple. Make sure that the Item Conduits are connected with one another for this design. The difference with this design is that the Silicon Presses for the 3 different Processors will be made in the same advanced inscriber and so will combining it dispensaries in grand rapids michigan all. This design will make you unable to craft Logic, Calculation and Engineering processors simultaneously (But do you really need that?). This design cost less resources to build, and as a bonus you’ll place less stress on the server as you’re using fewer machines at once. Add filters to the conduit connections attached to the middle row of advanced inscribers, mode Insert.
Add filters allowing silicon to all 3 advanced inscribers on the middle row as in the image. The real big hurdle/issue with AE2 is the damned inscriber system. Everything from having to find the damned presses to having to loving deal with the inscribers with their lack of internal storage. If you are feeding coal blocks or charcoal to multiple endoflames, I find the most reliable setup is an hourglass sending a signal to a hopper feeding an open crate to time fuel drops. Divide the burn time of your fuel (40 seconds for coal/charcoal, 400 for coal blocks) by the number of endoflames you’re feeding to get the delay you need for the hourglass.
The left tower is full of autocrafting. There used to be more of a mess before I added the advanced inscriber. The purple blocks are blast resistant, retrofitted after an unfortunate creeper incident.
Automation has been around for a long time. I’ve always appreciated the fact that we’re able to do things that we already know how to do, and that are easy to do, and it’s not difficult to do. For example, we automate a single screen for every single screen we build the entire site. Now, can someone give me a step by step walk through on how to automate charcoal block feeding to my endoflames in Regrowth. The back corner is ore processing and Mekanism. I know there’s no real need to use ore tripling in BFSR, but I need the hydrogen anyway for my jetpack, so why not?