Minecraft Basic Cake Dispenser

Introduction: Minecraft Basic Cake Dispenser

Hi there everyone, Brendog here!  This is my first Instructable, a guide on the nuances of making a basic Cake Dispenser in Minecraft.  Although many of you reading this will already know how to make such a simple machine, sadly I lack the experience and knowledge required to create anything more complex.  Nonetheless, I hope you all enjoy this small taste of what can be done in Minecraft

Step 1: Items Needed

One Redstone-Powered Dispenser
Sixty-four Redstone Wires
Ten Cakes
One Charge-Generating Pressure Plate

Step 2: Step 1

Place Redstone-Powered Dispenser on ground, the side with the hole oriented towards you.

Step 3: Step 2

Place Charge-Generating Pressure Plate in front of the Dispenser, directly adjacent to it.

Step 4: Step 3

Lay Redstone Wires connecting the Redstone-Powered Dispenser and Charge-Generating Pressure Plate.  You will have extra Redstone Wiring

Step 5: Step 4

Fill Redstone-Powered Dispenser with Cake until it can hold no more.  You will have one extra cake.

Step 6: Step 5

Step on the Charge-Generating Pressure Plate.  This action will cause the Pressure Plate to generate an electrical charge which will travel through the aforementioned Redstone Wires (causing them to turn a bright red), eventually reaching the Dispenser and causing it to dispense a single Cake.

Step 7: Step 6

Rinse and Repeat, refilling the Redstone-Powered Dispenser with more Cakes as needed.  Hope you enjoyed!

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    7 years ago on Step 7

    When you can just put a pressure plate in front of the dispenser without REDSTONE DUST! Not REDSTONE wire. If you just use a regular pressure plate and it will work still.

    Fart burst
    Fart burst

    7 years ago on Step 3

    Yes, yes you could, Or possibly just place the pressure plate in front of the dispenser, that would also work...

    Forn Man
    Forn Man

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for showing me a new hobby! My wife is going to wonder why I've moved from the shop to the computer. If I ever need a cake dispenser in cyberspace, I'll know how to do it. You get a 100 for the project!