Reckon that bore-head's wide enough?
Reckon that bore-head's wide enough?
Anyone know how to install terrafirma craft correctly? I'm getting errors even with a fresh install.
This has prolly been asked before but, Is there a way to make the technic launcher work offline?
Anyone got some schematics or anything for these huge machines? I'd like to make something similar.
Frames. They're new. there's a block that can move them, and they move all blocks next to them. In redpower
ive been trying to run the technic pack for two hours
it runs fine and then it gets to the mojang splash screen and then closes
ive tried deleting the meta-inf files in every .jar i can find, reinstalling, deleting everything minecraft-related on my computer and several billion google searches and i still havent gotten it to work
is there something im missing because im just frustrated as fuck atm
Had to completely destroy the bore-head and rebuild it because for some reason, the boom that was supposed to move the bore-head retractor/extender assembly wouldn't budge it at all, indicating that something wasn't attached properly, and after 15 minutes of tinkering and hunting for the problem I said "Fuck it" and just tore it down and started over, but in the end I ended up with a somewhat more elegant design I think.
Trust me, it was butt-ass ugly before. It's still bulky and complicated because both the boom arm and bore head frames are placed/destroyed as they're extended/retracted so the machine can be more compact for when I get around to making it mobile.
Note that the computer you see doesn't do jack shit yet, as I'm still trying to learn enough FORTH to make this thing do what I want, I mined that small hole (final version will mine a hole about 50 blocks x19 blocks) by running around like a retard in a rubber-band factory pressing buttons (not entirely visible).
The frames won't move no matter what, anyone know why it isn't working?
At the top picture, i think the frames are trying to move the red alloy wire on the motor aswell..
I don't know, that doesn't explain why any other motor won't budge though.
Probably similiar problems.
Should the jacketed wire stick, though?
Upload the world save and the config file you're using, I'll take a look at it when I get time.
Working on the second version of my mining drill
With removeable drillhead!
I'll see what i'm going to to, As you can see we've got quite a big powersupply under the floor, but that goes out pretty fast. I had to raise the max limit of blocks moved since we already hit 1000 blocks. I'd reckon you can mine about 100 blocks forward per battery box. Problem is going to be fitting engines for up/down forward/back in there
Little update on the tunnelbore:
Forward/Backward engines are in place:
All wiring and power for all current motors and block breakers is hidden below the floor:
Also added restriction tubes between chests, so they will fill up in the correct order
Running buildcraft and millenaire. I plan on finding a large village and tunneling straight through it with a TBM
Anyone help me out with RedPower 2? I'm trying to figure out frames to build a missile silo using IC2 and the Rocket Science addon.
Is there any way to remove the zoom from optifine? I prefer minaptics zoom, but the optifine zoom messes with the minaptics zoom.
EDIT: This is going to be part of a massive underground complex that would have several nuclear reactors, a missile defense system and a massive solar farm in the desert. I tried to do it in survival, but after a week of work, it turns out that i would need to move away from the desert before i even got started on construction. So i'm gonna build the structure in creative and then convert it to survival and build the internals in survival mode.
Is there some sort of maximum amount of frames a motor can carry? I managed to get the mining crane I made earlier to work, but for some reason it refuses to work after I added a few frames. I added some extra motors to hopefully make up for it, but no dice.
Might the power be a problem, perhaps? I guess it's running too low on power to keep up with all those frames.