Steve’s Factory Manager Mod 1.7.10 for Minecraft

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Steve’s Factory Manager Mod 1.7.10 is a mod that allows gamers to establish systems to handle and transfer items between machines and inventories. The manager in this mod is exceptional since it’s controls setup as a graphical flow chart taking away the requirement for programming information. Items move instantaneously through the network (up to 999 items in 1 command) and can be processed on a timer (involving 1-999s), redstone sign, or block update.

Features:

  • Machine Inventory Manager: Main machine, required in any setup. Manages all blocks along the network.
  • Inventory Cable: Used for to connect blocks to the network.
  • Redstone Emitter: Can add/subtract/change redstone signal on any side of the block.
  • Redstone Receiver: Reads redstone signal on any side of the block.
  • Inventory Relay: Interacts with inventories of adjacent entities (such as a moving minecart chest), but not players.
  • Advanced Inventory Relay: As the Inventory Relay, except that it can interact with players. Players are required to register their own names on the machine to reduce the chance of griefing.
  • Item Valve: Picks up item entities from the world. Items falling in pickup range obey the standard delay that a player has when dropping items. Can pickup from a 7x7x7 area in front or a 3 block radius around it.
  • Rapid Item Valve: As the Item Valve, but does not have the standard delay on picking up items.
  • Block Detector: Detects when block updates occur (such as blocks being placed or crop growing to the next state).
  • Block Gate: Can break and pickup blocks (input mode). Or can place blocks in the world or drop items on the ground (output mode). In output mode items are always placed 2 blocks away if possible, then 1 block away if possible, then dropped on the ground. Can use an item if it has a use action (like a hoe), but it will also drop the item after use. Items can be pumped into the item and they will be immediately placed.
  • Sign Updater: Can update vanilla signs.
  • Cable Camouflage: Can alter any block face to mimic another block.
  • Double-Sided Cable Camouflage: As the Cable Camouflage except that you also have access to the inside faces of the block (only seen when using transparent faces, like glass). These can also be conditionally set based on viewing side of the block (a real life example would be a one-way mirror).
  • Transforming Cable Camouflage: As the Double-Sided Cable Camouflage, except that you can also alter the block’s 3D dimension in the world (similar to a ForgeMultipart block), and it’s collision detection.
  • Cable Cluster: Condenses other Steve’s Factory Manager blocks into a single block (except for the Machine Inventory Manager and Inventory Cable), and is capable of performing any of the tasks those containing blocks can do.
  • Advanced Cable Cluster: As the Cable Cluster except that it also acts as an Inventory Cable.
  • Creative Supplier: CREATIVE ONLY. Allows an infinite output of any item in the game.

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Crafting Recipes:

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How to install:

  1. Make sure you have already installed Minecraft Forge.
  2. Locate the minecraft application folder.
    • On windows open Run from the start menu, type %appdata% and click Run.
    • On mac open finder, hold down ALT and click Go then Library in the top menu bar. Open the folder Application Support and look for Minecraft.
  3. Place the mod you have just downloaded (.jar file) into the Mods folder.
  4. When you launch Minecraft and click the mods button you should now see the mod is installed.
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