Guia de Introdução ao BuildCraft
- ShneekeyCraft créditos.
- 1 O que é BuildCraft?
- 2 Pipes
- 3 RF
- 4 Advanced Pipe Logic
- 5 Veja Também
O que é BuildCraft?
BuildCraft é um mod muito grande que permite automação no Minecraft.
As maiores adições do BuildCraft são Pipes e MJ (Minecraft Joules). Pipes podem ser usados para transportar itens, liquidos e ainda MJ. MJ é usado para dar energia as máquinas do BuildCraft e compativeis. Por exemplo, máquinas do Thermal Expansion precisam de MJ.
Quais mods funcionam com BuildCraft?
- É mais um caso de quais mods funcionaram bem em conjunto. Ele é um dos mods ‘fundadores’, aproximadamente metade do mods nesse pack são ou pelomenos começaram como mods addons para BuildCraft.
- A menos que seja IC2, ou um mod addon para ele, e não é Mystcraft ou Factorization, é muito provavel que funcione bem aqui, uma vez que ele provavelmente foi escrito para ser compativel.
- Tudo. Pipes levam e trazem itens, e adicionando gates (que são compativeis com muitas máquinas) será muito util para grandes redes, com diversos mods diferentes.
O que eu devo ter antes de começar?
|Saque dos monstros|
- Voce deve ter todos os recursos básicos após sua primeira expedição de mineração no nivel de ouro/redstone. Madeira, Vidro, Pedregulho, Pedra, Ferro, Ouro e Redstone.
- Algumas melhoras dos pipes requerem Cacti ou Beeswax.
- Para chegar realmente em um nível de altomação alto, voce irá precisar de um bom estoque de diamantes. Algumas duzias. Mas esse é o mais alto nível, voce não irá precisar disso pra começar.
Esse é um dos mods avôs, juntamente com IndustrialCraft 2. Esse mod inventou a idéia de canos levando e trazendo coisas, e produção de energia MJ. Ele nos trouxe tanta coisa que eu vou ter um trabalho extra para expor isso de forma simples, porque há muito para se falar. Certo, então vamos começar.
Um dos primeiros itens que você precisa para lhe ajudar é a Wrench. Essa ferramenta lhe permite mudar a orientação de canos, máquinas e motores. Para você usar o wrench, equipe ele na sua mão, então clique com o botão direito em objetos do BuildCraft. Falarei disso mais tarde.
Primeiro você precisa criar um Wooden Gear.
Converta ela em uma Stone Gear.
Então você pode fazer a wrench.
Isso é algo que começa como uma coisa pequena, e depois se tornam uma coisa incrível. Basicamente, tubos são usados para transportar as coisas, como itens, líquidos, ou até RF para os lados, tudo automátizado.
I’d say "that's all", but that’s a fundamental game changing concept right there. Unless you are using RedPower 2's Pneumatic Tubes, odds are you are going to be using these things a lot. Not to discredit RP2's Tubes, but BuildCraft's Pipes are just better for things other than very basic automation.
Então vamos começar falando sobre tudos. A receita padrão para tubos de transporte são dois de algum material dos lados e um vidro, e típicamente produz oito desses tubos. O material de que ele é feito, define sua função.
Você precisa fazer tubos de transporte e transformá-los em tubos a prova d'água usando a vedação de tubos ou transformá-los em cinéticos usando redstone.
|Tubos de transporte de madeira são usados para tirar itens de inventários (como tanques, máquinas...). Eles não se conectam uns aos outros, e eles precisam de um motor ligado a ele para funcionar. Eles podem ser de Transporte, A Prova d'Água ou Cinéticos. Os tubos de madeira são o que os motores precisam para levar sua energia para outros lugares.|
|Os tubos de Cobblestone são os "tubos mais básicos". Eles não se conectam a Tubos de Pedra e eles são um meio bem barato de transportar itens (somente itens, não liquidos nem energia). Coisas transportadas por tubos de cobblestone vão parar de fluir com o tempo se em grandes distâncias.|
|Tubos de pedra são "um pouco melhor que os de Cobblestone", e não se conectam a eles. O Tubo de Pedra pode ser transformado em a prova d'água ou cinético, mas não serão tão bons quanto os de Ouro. Os itens transportados nele também vão parar se percorridas grandes distâncias, mas não são tão ruins quanto os de Cobblestone|
|Tubos de Sandstone "não se conectam á máquinas". Isso faz eles serem bem úteis caso você queira colocar uma tubulação diretamente atrás ou debaixo de uma máquina sem conectar seus tubos á ela.|
|Tubos de Ferro são o começo do seu sistema lógico. Eles são "tubos de uma-via" - itens podem vir de qualquer direção, mas eles só saem de um lado. Clique nele com uma chave para mudar qual saída será liberada. Muito útil quando você tem várias máquinas libarando coisas no mesmo lugar, ou quando você tem um sistema serial.|
|Tubos de Ouro vão "acelerar o que passa por dentro deles". Coloque alguns entre sua tubulação para manter suas coisas fluindo rapidamente. Tubos de Fluído de Ouro podem aguentar muito mais líquidos que os outros tubos. Os Tubos Cinéticos de Ouro tem muito menos perda de energia por quadrado.|
|Diamond Pipes are the most advanced of all above ones. Right-clicking it will open a complicated interface, which can prove very useful in sorting lots of stuff in your network. Basically, you put something in your diamond pipe on a color line, and all of that kind of item goes through that direction. Colors are assigned by cardinal direction, and are not affected by facing or player interaction.|
|Quartz Pipes have a low drag so items won't slow down as much as in other pipes. Quartz Pipe won't connect to Cobblestone or Stone Pipes.|
|Emzuli Pipes are advance extraction pipes which need to be used in conjunction with logic gates to function. Only four items can be chosen in accordance with the four wire colours. Additionally this pipe can paint items for routing later.|
|Lazuli Pipes paint items as they pass through with a chosen colour. This colour can then be used to help with routing.|
|Tubos de Transporte de Daizuli vão rotear todos os itens para seus destinos de acordo com a cor que eles estiverem pintados.|
Outros mods podem ter tubos adicionais , mais esses são os que vêm no BC.
- Wooden pipes need a Redstone Engine for them to pipe things through. That Redstone Engine needs a Redstone Signal to get going. Generally, there’s never a good reason to turn off the Redstone Engine as long as the Wooden Pipe is there.
- Golden Pipes do not need a redstone signal to get things sped up, that was a function of a previous version which has since been fixed.
- Transport Pipes, other than Diamond and Iron, are pretty stupid when it comes to intersections, and will choose a direction randomly. Iron Pipes, as we mentioned, will only output to the side they are configured to, and Diamond Pipes will sort things intelligently by item. For this reason, intersections can become a problem in your system. When a pipe intersects and an option is to go into a machine, then it will randomly decide to go into the machine or keep going, which is why Sandstone Pipes exist. There are also some mods that bring pipes that have additional functionality at intersections, but those are going to be covered in their respective mod guides.
Tubulando uma Fornalha (Caso Especial)
A fornalha é um tipo especial de inventário que devemos prestar atenção sobre quando quisermos colocar coisas dentro e tirar coisas dela.
Now as we all know a Furnace has 3 slots. The top slot for the items we are going to smelt/cook, the bottom slot for fuel and the completed slot. This means the Furnace has 3 places we can attach pipes to and if we don't attach our pipes correctly we will get unintended results.
To pipe items to be smelted/cooked into our Furnace we have to attach the pipe to the top of the Furnace, fuel we attach to the side and to pipe the smelted/cooked items out we have to attach to the bottom.
Remember, piping out will require the Wooden Transport Pipe or the Emzuli Transport Pipe and an Engine with a redstone signal.
Buildcraft invented the MJ (Minecraft Joules), so it is no surprise they have ways of producing it. Currently, there are three types of Engines (in BuildCraft);
|0.01RF/t~0.05RF/t||Redstone Engines produce the least amount of power. It is only good for powering pumps and wooden pipes. No, enough of them will not add up to a useful amount of power, it will just lag out your system trying.|
|1RF/t||Stirling Engines produce 1 MJ/t, and run on the stuff that you can use in furnaces too - Coal, Wood, Lava Buckets... It's a reliable engine, and probably what you are going to start off with.|
|1MJ/t~6MJ/t||Combustion Engines produce a varying amount of MJ depending on the fuel they are supplied. They can also explode if they aren’t supplied with water. Combustion Engines have the highest theoretical MJ/t output of any engine other than Railcraft's Steam Engines, with 6 MJ/t when running on Fuel.|
Creating engines isn’t too hard, the same basic design works for all of them. They need a piston, glass, a couple of Gears, and… wait, Gears?
Yeah, Gears are new here. Four Sticks will create a Wooden Gear. Then you can put the Wooden Gear in the middle of 4 Cobblestone to make a Stone Gear. Same thing up the line to Iron, Gold, and even Diamond Gears. For now, Redstone Engines require Wood, Stirling requires Stone, and Combustion requires Iron;
So, you now have power. Ehr, how do you transport it? You guessed it - Conductive Pipes. To transport MJ from Engines, you need a Wooden Conductive Pipe. After that, you need Conductive Pipes or Stone Conductive Pipes to transmit power through your network - Wooden Conductive Pipes do not connect to machines.
Alternatively, you can place the engine right next to a machine, but this is far from optimal.
Agora que você tem yma rede de energia, o que fazer com ela?
Mesa de Trabalho Automática
First off, we’re going to look at an upgrade for the vanilla Crafting Table. Four Wooden Gears around a Crafting Table makes for an Autocrafting Table;
This really handy little device can be used to automatically craft things. It also never spits things out, so you can leave items in your Crafting Table, go back for that one item you forgot, and come back to it. You can also ‘set’ a recipe in an automated crafting table, then pipe in materials, and it will spit the resulting product out. It can even feed from an adjacent Chest, in case the recipe calls for things which cannot be stacked.
Bomba de Fluídos
Next, we’re going to be looking at a Pump. There’s two pumps in FTB at the moment, the one you are looking for is crafted with a Mining Well and a Tank. The other one is IC2 related. Looking up the sub-combines shows that you’ll need a good bit of iron for this recipe.
Bomba de Fluídos
A "Bomba de Fluídos" é feita assim.
The Pump looks directly underneath for a liquid source, then it will suck the liquid source up and automatically spit it out into an attached Fluid Pipe. This machine is an exception to the rule, you do not need a Wooden Pipe to pump it out, it will automatically do it for you. However, you need to use four Redstone Engines directly attached to the Pump to keep it pumping at optimal efficiency.
You can also put a Tank next to the pump, but due to the Tank's tiny capacity (8,000 mB), this is not recommended.
- pump water from an infinite spring to keep your combustion engines cooled (although Thermal Expansion has a better way of doing that with the Aqueous Accumulator)
- pump oil out of the ground to send to a refinery to be turned into fuel for your combustion engines
- pump lava out of a pool for various uses.
So in general, a Pump is a pretty good machine to have around, particularly if you are wanting to get Combustion Engines running.
Minerador de Poços
A Mining Well mines blocks directly beneath it. Use Engines to supply power, and place a chest next to it to store the mined goods.
Agora, vamos falar da Refinaria.
Refineries turn Oil into Fuel, but they require a good amount of power to do so, so make sure to hook it up to your energy network. You might need to use a Stirling engine to get it going, but after you’ve got a bucket of Fuel, switch it over to a Combustion Engine, because it’s just going to go a lot faster with one.
Now, let’s look at the recipe.
Yes, you’re seeing it right, a Diamond gear. That’s four Sticks, four Cobblestone, four Iron, four Gold, and four Diamonds. And three Tanks, which is just some Glass. But, it is worth it.
In a Combustion Engine, Oil produces 2 MJ/t, whereas Fuel produces 6 MJ/t. That is tripling your energy production!
The next machine we’re going to be looking at is also expensive. In fact, probably the single most expensive individual machine in this mod. It’s also one of the most useful. It’s called a Quarry.
Okay, don’t freak out now, I told you this was going to be expensive. Two Diamond Gears, an undamaged Diamond Pick, two Gold Gears, three Iron Gears, and a piece of Redstone. That’s going to come out to 11 Diamonds, 16 Gold, Half a stack of Iron, and some other stuff.
But is it worth it? Oh yes, very much so.
Quarries will automatically mine from whatever level you put it at, all the way down to Bedrock. It also requires a lot of power, like 9 MJ/t at maximum speed. But you won’t ever need to go mining again.
Oh, here’s another cute trick: Put a piece of Lapis on top of a Redstone Torch in your crafting square. See that landmark? Make three of them. Drop one down where you want your quarry to start digging. Now put one on the x plane and one on the z plane to denote the rectangle it is going to dig in. Now drop your quarry directly adjacent to the corner landmark. Now you can dig up to 64 x 64 holes in one shot.
A Quarry will automatically output what it digs into an adjacent chest or pipe, no wooden pipes necessary. I would suggest having some kind of sorting system set up to handle the input, because you’ll be getting a lot of it.
Some people also prefer to dig down to around y-level 40 or so to place their quarry so they don’t completely wreck the landscape and to minimize the amount of Cobblestone and Dirt they get, although this will create large cavernous areas where mobs are very likely to spawn.
Advanced Pipe Logic
Now comes probably the most expensive piece of infrastructure you’ll ever have to make in this mod, yes even more expensive than that Quarry. Don’t give me that look, it’ll be worth it. Trust me. We’re going to need a lot of diamonds. Like over a dozen of them. We’re also going to need quite a bit of Gold, Iron, Obsidian, and Redstone. We’re also going to want a lot of MJ production. Like probably at least 16-20 MJ/t just devoted to this one system. It’s time to build your Assembly Table.
So yea, that’s a diamond gear, and another diamond. So wait, that’s only five diamonds, what’s up with this ‘over a dozen of them’ stuff? Well, unfortunately the Assembly Table doesn’t run off of regular MJ. All of the activity on the Assembly Table is done with Lasers, which needs to be within three blocks, and they need to have an unobstructed view to the table.
Lasers cost two Diamonds. Each. And if you want them produced at any speed, you’ll want at least four of them. Oh, and you know how the assembly table doesn’t run off of MJ? Lasers do. Each one needs 4 MJ/t to run at optimal efficiency. So be sure you have enough energy production before starting this project.
Boohooohooooo! That's your resource chest crying, can you hear it?
Gates are great. They bring logic and automation to your piping. Let’s say you want to conserve Fuel, and only want your Combustion Engines running when something actually wants power. Well, for this, you’ll need to make some Iron Gates and some Red Pipe Wire.
One redstone and one iron ingot makes an Redstone Iron Chipset. One Iron Chipset and one Red Pipe Wire makes one Iron AND Gate or an Iron OR Gate. Red Pipe Wire is simply some redstone, iron and Rose Red (throw a rose into your crafting square to get a couple). For this particular setup, either one will work since we are only using one conditional, but for those who are logically minded, you’ll recognize how fun having an AND or OR gate can be.
Now then, gates go on pipes. That’s the only place they go. For this experiment, we’ll be putting an Iron Gate on the Conductive Pipe directly attached to a machine which draws power. Run Red Pipe Wiring along the Conductive Pipe to your Combustion Engines. Run some Redstone behind or underneath them, wherever you can fit it. The gate at the machine should say “Has Work → Red Pipe Signal”, the one near the Combustion Engines should be “Red Pipe Signal → Redstone Signal”. Now when the machine has work (has something to do) your Combustion Engines turn on. You can hook up an Iron Gate to each machine in your network if you like. That way, you won’t be wasting fuel if your factory is idle.
Here’s a cute trick: Combine a Gravel with a Cobblestone pipe. You get a Cobblestone Structure Pipe. This doesn’t pipe anything, but it can be used to run Red Pipe Wire along, and you can put gates on it. So you can run some structure pipes along your engines and put in gates set to trigger redstone signal when it gets a Red Pipe signal, if necessary. They can also be used to run a red pipe signal across pipes that won’t connect (stone/cobblestone, or regular pipes and liquid pipes and conductive pipes).
That’s only one simple thing. To go into it in full detail would be a guide all its own. The only other gate I’ll mention right now needs an Ender Pearl. It’s called a Pulsating Chipset. It’s used to make an Autarchic Gate. These things are basically a Redstone Engine built into the gate, so you can put them on a Wooden Pipe and not have to worry about where to put the Redstone Engine or worry about the signal either. And yes, autarchic gates can be triggered with red pipe wire, if you want. You can also tell it to pulse when there is a lack of redstone signal, if you just want it pumping constantly.
That’s it for now. Later on, there will be guides detailing some of the things we’ve touched on, but in greater detail But that should get you started, at least.