3x3 Minecraft Piston Door

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Introduction: 3x3 Minecraft Piston Door

Hey guys,

Today I will be teaching you how to build a simple Minecraft 3x3 piston door.

Step 1:

Make a 5x5 square with a 3x3 hole in the middle, make sure that the square is 3 blocks above the ground.

Step 2:

This is happening in the bottom left corner of the 5x5 square. First, create a dropper donut, so that each dropper shoots into the next one, with the top left one shooting its item into the hopper. Then, place a repeater and a comparator in the spots shown.

Step 3:

Place a block, so that the comparator is going into the block. Place a redstone on top of that block, and place 2 more blocks so that it makes the L shape shown.

Step 4:

On the block next to the redstone, place a redstone torch so that it should be facing off the 5x5 square. Then place a redstone torch under it, on another block.

Step 5:

(Now we flipped over to the other side). Put a block on top of the redstone torch, and place the two other redstone torches as shown. Also, place a block on top of the top redstone torch.

Step 6:

Next, place a sticky piston next to the piece of redstone. The piston should extend, and then place another sticky piston on top of the piston as shown. Make sure that you attach a block ONLY to the first piston.

Step 7:

Under the extended block, place a repeater set to 4 ticks of delay. Then, place two pistons as shown.

Step 8:

Place a repeater, set to 4 ticks of delay, so that it is facing the top piston block, and place two blocks behind the repeater with pieces of redstone on top of them.

Step 9:

Next, place a row of blocks, as shown in the picture.

Step 10:

Add pistons in the following way. They should be in the same "row" as the double extender pistons.

Step 11:

Add redstone dust on the top as shown

Step 12:

Now go back, and on the block where you placed your first piston, place another one with a redstone block attached to it as shown.

Step 13:

Now make sure that the extended redstone block is feeding to a piece of redstone. Place a piston and a block as shown in the picture, with a repeater facing out of the piston head.

Step 14:

Now add blocks with redstone on top of them as shown in the picture, you should only need to place one redstone, as the other two are already there.

Step 15:

Circle around to where your redstone torch tower is, and place a piece of redstone on the block that is above the top torch.

Step 16:

Finally, place a redstone torch, so that it powers the repeater when activated.

Step 17: Final Product

Now this should be your final product, place some redstone and a lever and repeater feeding into the bottom right part of the dropper donut. When you flick the lever, it should open or close, depending on what it was before.

Step 18: With Some Creativity...

With some creativity, you can create a secret passage, which would look really cool in a single or multiplayer world. That's it to building a 3x3 piston door!

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    16 Comments

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    leviiscooler
    leviiscooler

    6 weeks ago

    Ok, so on step 6 you have the pistons below the door frame, but on 7 you have it on the corner. anybody who got it wrong and it didn't work, it's because they changed it on step 7

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    NoOne508
    NoOne508

    Question 5 months ago

    Is it possible to take a trail of the input redstone and connect it somewhere else and change the location of the lever?

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    rjwils009
    rjwils009

    Reply 1 year ago

    Redstone in Java edition is different then the console and bedrock editions

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    andrewmg2004
    andrewmg2004

    Reply 10 months ago

    That is very true!

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    TheAquaticGamer
    TheAquaticGamer

    11 months ago

    I tried it. Didn't work. But then again, I am using education which is basically bedrock.

    This is way to hard for people like me who hardly know redstone. It's way too confusing

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    noahcurran39
    noahcurran39

    1 year ago

    did the pistons move from step 6 to 7

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    Yaiter453
    Yaiter453

    Question 2 years ago

    How do i make a system for the closure?

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    Ikp2009
    Ikp2009

    2 years ago on Step 13

    Well it feeds into the other piston when you try it how come

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    BraydenGames08
    BraydenGames08

    2 years ago

    This isn't very good, you just put everything up a block so im off track!

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    CJS43
    CJS43

    Question 2 years ago on Step 3

    What’s the block on the bottom left

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    juicysparrow
    juicysparrow

    Tip 3 years ago

    pla follow mumbo jumbo

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    Swansong
    Swansong

    3 years ago

    Thanks for sharing :)