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This page is about the Crusher added by Immersive Engineering. For other uses, see Crusher.
Crusher
[[File:IE Crusher.png|260px|frameless]]

ModImmersive Engineering
TypeMultiblock structure
Energy
Max RF input256 RF/t
RF use80 RF/t
RF storage32,000 RF

The Crusher is a 3×5×3 multiblock added by Immersive Engineering. It is used for crushing ores into grit, which is more efficient than normal smelting.

Construction

  • Current

    Bill of materials

    Assembly







































  • Before 1.8-0.8

    Bill of materials

    This information pertains to an older version of the mod.

    Assembly







































    IE Crusher Cons.png
  • Once the blocks are assembled, use the Engineer's Hammer on the center of the front of the longer side (which should be a Steel Fence with a Hopper above it) to complete the structure.

    Usage

    The Crusher does not have a GUI. The machine accepts any form of Forge Energy (FE) or Redstone Flux (RF) through the top of the multiblock, through the interface shown below.

    IE Crusher RF Input.png

    When an entity falls into the center pit, the machine crushes it. Products drop out the front-bottom-center hatch, marked with an orange dot. If there is an inventory there (like a Chest), outputs land in that inventory.

    When a mob falls into the Crusher's hopper, it gets crushed, and the machine outputs its drops. If an ore falls in, it's crushed into two grits. If an ingot or gem falls in, it's crushed into a single grit. If an item that cannot be processed falls in, it stays loose in the machine's hopper. (In older versions of the mod, the item gets destroyed.No citation needed; please confirm.[citation needed])

    The speed that the Crusher processes one item is very close to the speed that a furnace processes one item when fueled with an External Heater. 2 furnaces can keep up with a Crusher that's processing ores.

    The Crusher accepts a Redstone signal through the "control panel", the front-rightmost-center block, to halt its processes.


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