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#1

defiler86

Posted 12 January 2011 - 09:00 PM

I'm planning something, but I need a redstone circuit to go vertical. I understand logics pretty well, but still new to redstone. (Sorta a person who knows the theory, but never know how to execute it.)

Any help or diagram will be appreciated. And thanks in advance. :iapprove:

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Posted 12 January 2011 - 09:00 PM

Can't make it go straight up. Only 1 to 1.

[]  []  :RFlower:
[]  :RFlower:  :iapprove:
:RFlower:  :cobblestone:  :cobblestone:
:cobblestone:  :cobblestone:  :cobblestone:

Try making spiral towers.

edit: right... I forgot... look below D:

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Posted 12 January 2011 - 09:04 PM

You can make the signal go up by stacking redstone torches

:Notch: = redstone torch
:D = redstone

:)
:iapprove:
:(
:D  :Red:  :Red:

and go down by doing the following:

:Zombie:  :D
[]  :Red:
:D  :Sheep:
:Red:  []
:Notch:  :D

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Posted 12 January 2011 - 09:05 PM

:iapprove: ....... outgoing signal
:Notch:
:Zombie:
:Notch:
:D
:)
:Sheep:
:( ......... incoming signal

the red flowers are lit torches and yellow are not lit

play around with it and you will get it working

edit: post above is what you need :D

#5

defiler86

Posted 12 January 2011 - 09:06 PM

Thanks, for the speedy reply! ^__^

Also noticed the Minepedia been updated as well. Thanks again.

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#6

LarvaLounge

Posted 12 January 2011 - 09:19 PM

Alternately, make a 2x2 (viewed from above) spiral.  The blocks only touch each other along their edges, so you have to lay in and then remove dummy blocks to connect them. It takes up more room but has the advantage of using less inverters.  I try to use as few inverters as I possibly can, because I figure the fewer extra calculations the game has to make, the better, especially in big redstone projects that are always running.  Also you can use these as makeshift stairways in your crowded 'machine rooms'.

In tight spaces though, sometimes the stacked torches method is the only way to go.  You can put the 1x1 stacked torches/blocks directly adjacent to each other and they don't cross wires ('cause there aren't any).

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Posted 12 January 2011 - 09:23 PM

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Posted 12 January 2011 - 09:32 PM

Kris18 said:

Can't make it go straight up. Only 1 to 1.

[]  []  :RFlower:
[]  :RFlower:  :P
:RFlower:  :cobblestone:  :cobblestone:
:cobblestone:  :cobblestone:  :cobblestone:

Try making spiral towers.

edit: right... I forgot... look below D:

:o

I can't believe I correct Kris xD