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Source for some of the texts: Official Craftbook Documentation
Craftbook Modules on Dogecraft
Requirements: Builder LVL 75
Purpose: Generates a bridge, which is toggleable.
Materials Used: Building Blocks¹, Sign
Building Blocks¹: Acacia Planks, Acacia Slab, Andesite Slab, Birch Planks, Birch Slab, Brick Slab, Cobblestone, Cobblestone Slab, Cut Red Sandstone Slab, Cut Sandstone Slab, Dark Oak Planks, Dark Oak Slab, Dark Prismarine Slab, Diorite Slab, End Stone Brick Slab, Glass, Granite Slab, Jungle Planks, Jungle Slab, Mossy Cobblestone Slab, Mossy Stone Brick Slab, Nether Brick Slab, Oak Planks, Oak Slab, Petrified Oak Slab, Polished Andesite Slab, Polished Diorite Slab, Polished Granite Slab, Prismarine Brick Slab, Prismarine Slab, Purpur Slab, Quartz Slab, Red Nether Brick Slab, Red Sandstone Slab, Sandstone Slab, Smooth Quartz Slab, Smooth Red Sandstone Slab, Smooth Sandstone Slab, Smooth Stone Slab, Snow Block, Spruce Planks, Spruce Slab, Stone Brick Slab, Stone Slab
Maximal Width: 3 Blocks
Maximal Length: 30 Blocks
How to create it:
How to use it: Rightclick the sign with [Bridge] in the 2nd line to toggle the bridge. Bridges can also be toggled via redstone. Point a redstonewire in the face of the sign to do so.
The first line of the sign shows how many blocks are available to build a bridge. To increase the number, rightclick the sign with the used Building Block. It's also possible to "load" a bridge with Pipes. Face the normal piston of a Pipe into the Bridge-Sign to load it with the Pipe.
Requirements: Builder LVL 75
Purpose: Generates a gate, which is toggleable.
Materials Used: Solid Blocks, Fence², Sign
Fence²: Acacia Fence, Birch Fence, Jungle Fence, Oak Fence, Spruce Fence, Dark Oak Fence, Nether Brick Fence, Iron Bars, Glass Pane
Purpose: Transports Items from container to container. Comparable to a hopper but it's much faster and generates less server lag. Transports all items in stacks.
Materials Used: Sticky Piston, Piston, Container, Tube³, Clock³
Tube³: It's possible to use different blocks as tubes. Depending on the block type there are special mechanics involved.
- Glass Tubes: Standard glass blocks are simple pipes that pass through all items piped in with no special behaviour. They act as normal pipes.
- Stained Glass Tubes: Stained glass blocks are used to allow multiple pipes to run next to each other. Stained pipes will only transfer items to standard pipes, or stained pipes of the same color.
- Intersection Tubes: Glass pane blocks are pipe blocks that will only connect pipes straight in the direction the pipe came from. This allows for two unrelated pipes to pass through the same block.
- Stained Intersection Tubes: Stained glass panes act similarly to intersection tubes, however they only work with other pipes of the same colour.
Clock³: A pipe needs a redstone tick (low to high) to transfer one stack of items. The best way to realize this, is with a smart clock or an Integrated Circuit.
Materials Used: Solid Block, Sign, Lever
Available on Dogecraft: Repeater (MC1000), Inverter (MC1001), Toggle Flip Flop (MC1017), Toggle Flip Flop (MC1018), Wireless Transmitter (MC1110), Wireless Receiver (MC1111), Container Collector (MC1209), Ranged Collector (MC1214), Sorter (MC1229), Distributer (MC1243), Clock (MC1421), Monostable (MC1422), Delayer (MC2100), Pulser (MC2500), And Gate (MC3002), Nand Gate (MC3003), XOR Gate (MC3020), XNOR Gate (MC3021), RS-NOR flip-flop (MC3030), Inverted RS NAND latch (MC3031), JK negative edge-triggered flip flop (MC3032), RS NAND latch (MC3033), Edge triggered D flip-flop (MC3034), Level-triggered D flip flop (MC3036), Down Counter (MC3101), Counter (MC3102)
Repeater (MC1000): Prolonging a redstone circuit over more than 15 fields. Prevents light updates.
Inverter (MC1001): Inverting a signal state.
Toggle Flip Flop (MC1017):
Toggle Flip Flop (MC1018):
Wireless Transmitter (MC1110):
Wireless Receiver (MC1111):
Container Collector (MC1209):
Ranged Collector (MC1214):
And Gate (MC3002):
Nand Gate (MC3003):
XOR Gate (MC3020):
XNOR Gate (MC3021):
RS-NOR flip-flop (MC3030):
Inverted RS NAND latch (MC3031):
JK negative edge-triggered flip flop (MC3032):
RS NAND latch (MC3033):
Edge triggered D flip-flop (MC3034):
Level-triggered D flip flop (MC3036):
Down Counter (MC3101):