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This is my first tutorial teaching you how to make an automatic cobblestone generator.
This is all that you will need to make the generator.
First build the wall like it is in the picture.
Dig a small 2 block hole at the back of the wall.
Expand the hole and make it 6 blocks long. (6x2) Make the wall longer to fit the size of the hole.
At the sixth part of the long hole, place two blocks at the end.
This is what it should look like so far.
Make a bride from one side to the other.
Go under and turn the bridge into a hole.
Time to add some fluids to the mix. Fill the newly created bridge into a hole with two buckets of lava.
Place two buckets of water on the two blocks that are high. The water should begin to flow.
Mine the bridge you made. It should be replaced with two pieces of cobblestone. If it isn't, you did it wrong and should probably start over.
Time to add some redstone. Mine the stone to the left and make a stone path along the wall.
The title says it all. Put a sticky piston on the new path.
Place redstone on the path like in the picture. Then place a repeater that is also in the picture.
Place another stone with a lever and a redstone torch on it. (Do not use ...
Loop the redstone around like so.
Destroy the stone parallel (across) from the other stone you destroyed.
Place another redstone next to the repeater. After a few ticks, it should burn out. When it does, right click the repeater to fix that. You should continue ...
The lever should turn the machine on and off. The cobblestone will continue to make a longer path.
Now you're all done. If you want, you can add on to it to make it mine it self automatically. You could also make a giant bridge to a castle! ...
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