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FTB 45 - Advanced Charcoal Power Station [Feed The Beast MindCrack]

posted Sep 19, 2013, 6:15 PM by Troy Cheek   [ updated Sep 19, 2013, 6:15 PM ]

FTB 45 - Advanced Charcoal Power Station [Feed The Beast MindCrack]

It's been a while since I've shown off this build, so here's the latest version of my semi-automatic advanced charcoal-powered power station.  Starting with a large turtle-harvested redwood tree farm, wood is cooked in an induction furnace, and the resulting charcoal is stored in an ender chest so it can be accessed from anywhere.  The farm design uses several turtles and ender chests, so it's not cheap to set up, but once it's running it's almost maintenance free.

Welcome to a new technical series devoted to explaining how to do things in the Feed The Beast MindCrack mod pack for Minecraft.  In each episode, I'll try to focus on a different mod, machine, or task and give you the information you need to do these things on your own.  I am not an expert by any means, and you'll likely be directed to the nearest wiki if you ask any detailed questions.

Feed The Beast: http://feed-the-beast.com/
Unofficial FTB wiki: http://feed-the-beast.wikia.com/
ComputerCraft: http://www.computercraft.info/
CC-Copy: http://www.computercraft.info/forums2/index.php?/topic/4864-cc-copy-your-solution-to-servers-without-http-api/
Troy's Turtle Programs: http://www.troycheek.org/video/turtles

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Minecraft is a sandbox construction game where you can build anything you can imagine. It also has scary monsters, like creepers who tend to want to destroy what you have built. The game is available at http://www.Minecraft.net

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