Factorization Mod for Minecraft 1.5.1/1.4.7Minecraft Mods [ April 03, 2013 at 12:29 PM ] 29,325 Views
This mod adds many machines for processing ore and crafting. It also has a few other useful things. The latest update brings electric Charge.
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First Tools & Machines
The Pocket Crafting Table
The Almighty Barrel
The Crafting Machines
This is how you can make an axe.
Here is a simple sword machine. Press button, receive sword!
There is another crafting machine, the Packager, which will try crafting a 3×3 or 2×2 grid full of whatever item you give it. This is quite useful for automatically making bricks and metal storage blocks.
The Slag Furnace
The electricity system in this mod is called Charge. The first electrical component is a battery. Batteries are made with acid, lead, and iron.
To power the solar turbine, you need to use the silver to craft a few mirrors.
Back to wires:
You can measure the charge in wires (and in other things) using the Charge Meter:
Machines and Ore Processing
All of these machines require charge to run. Here’s a bunch of crafting recipes:
The grinder will grind ores. This is the start of the full ore processing chain. It takes 11 mirrors to get it started, and once it’s at full speed, only needs half the power. Obtaining the Dark Iron Ingot is described in “Demons and Wrath”.
The mixer mixes up various materials with water. It needs only 2 mirrors to run.
The crystallizer must be heated up with a heater, but it only for a brief period of time. After that, it must be left alone to cool off as the crystal forms. This process takes 20 minutes. If you put more material in the extra slots, they will crystallize in parallel. This lets you process up to five stacks at once in a single crystallizer.
Ore processing allows you to get extra ingot yields from your ores, ranging from 120% (using merely a slag furnace) to 300% (using several steps, ending with crystalline metal). This steps work with Iron, Gold, Lead (the primary metal in Silver Ore), and also Copper and Tin.
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Ore The block you know and love. Smelt: 100% Slag: 120%
↓ Grind in a Grinder ↓
Ore Gravel Ground up by sharp diamond shards, it is now ready for further processing. Smelt: 140% Slag: 160%
↓ Wash with water from a bucket in a Mixer ↓
Clean Gravel Many silicates and other natural contaminates have been washed off the ore. Smelt: Still 140%
↓ Reduce in a Slag Furnace ↓
Reduced Chunks The ore has now been deoxydized, and is quite clean. Smelt: 200%
↓ Purify in a Crystallizer using Sulfuric Acid ↓
Crystalline Metal The metal has been dissolved in acid, heated, and then cooled slowly, allowing the formation of a metallic crystal. No impurities remain. Just smelt it to get an ingot. Smelt: 300%
Here’s how to crystallize lead:
You don’t need to process all the way! You can stop whenever you want. But the farther you go, the better yields you will get.
All of these recipes require access to a fully stocked Nether Fortress.
The Item Router
The Item Router has a number of upgrades that can be applied to it by shift-right-clicking the router with the item in hand. This will add a “–” button in the GUI, which you can press to look at each upgrade. To remove an upgrade, press Delete while hovering the mouse over the button.
The Wrath Lamp
The Bag of Holding
Press ` at any time to put your inventory into the BoH and pull other stuff out. You can add another column of storage to the BoH by crafting it with an enderpearl, a dark iron ingot, and a bit of leather.
The best place to put your Bag of Holding depends on how many columns it stores! A new BoH should go in the 4th column from the right; this way the location of items won’t change as you use `.
Mecha-Armor isn’t ready yet!
There are a few types of upgrades. For most upgrades, you can place multiples in to get increased effects:
The Cobblestone Drive
This is amod. It uses 3 block IDs, and a bunch of item IDs.
- 1. Install by extracting the contents of the forge download into the Minecraft jar. Be sure to delete the META-INF/ folder (unless you are installing a server!). The version of Forge that I’m using is given by the download link. Anything newer will usually work, and sometimes older versions will work as well.
- 2. Check that the forge install worked by running the client (or the server). Forge information should be on the title screen (or in the server’s logs). Exit minecraft.
- 3. Put Factorization.jar into the mods folder.
- 4. Optional: Install NEI by placing CodeChickenCore and NotEnoughItems into the coremods folder. This will let you use the Pocket Crafting Table and Bag of Holding from within other GUIs.
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