itemducts and thermal expansion machines not interacting ,i am trying to pull gravel out of pulverizers through itemducts to be moved into a redstone block underneath to power it (and power the bottom ducts as well)..is there any way to speed up thermal expansion machines ,we are adding upgrades at some point in the future. problem is that the logic tends to be, 'why can't my pulverizer keep up with my 8 quarries?'..how to power it? feedthebeast,just started a modpack that includes the pulverizer (thermal expansion). however, i have no idea how i'm supposed to power this and the wiki isn't .feed the beast wiki, to an itemduct. partial view of an ore processing facility (thermal expansion) the pulverizer turns one ore into two dust (pulverized metal). this machine is very power efficient since it smelts the ore directly into ingots..
i have the basic pulverizer setup, it grinds ores down, but it stop pulverizing after problems with thermal expansion pulverizer does it have enough power?
i just finished mining and am starting to build my thermal expansion machines, but the stirling engine i built for my pulverizer is not working at
the pulverizer is a machine added by thermal expansion. it smashes blocks and items and pulverizes ores into twice as much dust. pulverized ores can be cooked in the induction smelter, electric furnace, or any other furnace, to produce ingots.
i'm loving the pulverizer is their anything else that i should get. most of thermal expansion's machines are geared towards ore processing and crafting. for (these days, 'rf' and 'fe' are almost always the same exact power system).
thermal expansion doesn't use eu any more it uses its own tipe of power rf with the power creators from the mod. you can convert rf to eu
pulverizer is a machine added by thermal expansion mod and its used to extract twice it needs power to run, so an engine or filled redstone cells are required.
i thought making a red stone power cell would do the trick but it's basically like so i'm trying to power a pulverizer thermal gregspansion?
a furnace heater may power your slag furnace and your crystallizer at the same time without thermal expansion also offers an ore processing system. it is easy the pulverizer turns one ore into two pulverized ores much like the macerator.
get the engine to connect to the pulverizer or any other object from thermal expansion mod. is pic. rf engines can power mj devices, but not vice versa.
doesn't work.. not with redstone, power is in it.. no ore will work. i got some issues with ghost blocks and thermal expansion. related ? 2.
9e is from 'thermal expansion 3' mod. this mod is using rf (redstone flux) as power. the stirling engine is from buildcraft and is producing mj (
the generator is trying to send power the old way, and the pulverizer will no-longer accept power that way. you can fix it by back-reving thermal
a leadstone conduit can not power your pulverizer, furnace and induction smelter (total input requirement of 100 rf/t, i believe) at the same time unless you
how do i power a pulverizer (thermal expansion)? i put in a flux capacitor and nothing happened. its 1.12.2 on the atm3 remix modpack if that helps.
hi, im producing alot of mj atm, and i was wondering if i could use mj to power my machines instead of having a engine at every single machine i
this steam engine is a part of thermal expansion. these engines will reduce their power output (and fuel consumption) if not enough energy pulverizer; sawmill; induction smelter; magma crucible; liquid transposer; glacial precipitator
make something that powers rf and either put it adjacent to the pulverize or run a flux duct from the generator to the pulverizer. 3. share.
1 information 2 pulverizer recipes 3 sawmill recipes 4 phytogenic insolator recipes 7 arboreal extractor support 8 enervation dynamo power sources 9 numismatic dynamo. aoa adds custom pulverizer recipes to thermal expansion.
or if not, what engine is the cheapest way to power it with rf? that wasn't changed in tppi specifically, thermal expansion from 1.6.4 and on has always
as those who process their ores with thermal expansion know, you can i baked up this table comparing the chance of getting byproduct on a pulverizer and rich slag on an induction smelter per ore: finally finished my nuclear power plant!
if you're getting into thermal expansion, you'll definitely want a pulverizer, as it's really when putting ores through a pulverizer, you have a small chance of getting an additional dust of another type. finally finished my nuclear power plant!
[ thermal power plant] [ energy] share . pulverizers (coal pulverizer) are used to pulverize pieces of coal into fine particles (100m) before placing into a boiler
in thermal expansion, speed is directly related to the amount of rf currently stored in the machine. thus upgrade kits: increase power buffer (and speed),
i've noticed that there's a slot in thermal expansion machines that have no apparent use. this is the slot just under the rf meter. does anyone