Minecraft Hidden Door




Introduction: Minecraft Hidden Door

About: I play a lot of minecraft and like to work with LED's and some circuitry, but most of all I love to cook and BBQ.

Be sure to  check out my other secret door here.

I share a server with some friends and they always steal my stuff(is it my fault for being well stocked). In this instructable I shall create a floor to wall secret door. BTW if my friends are watching, this isn't where i'm keeping my gold and diamond. :) oh and please rate and comment.

Items needed:

A pick and shovel

2 sticky pistons

lots of redstone

20 or so redstone torches

4 buttons

torches for light

smooth stone


Step 1: Digging Out and Setting Up

the first image is the box switch( if it has a real name please tell me) it controls the doors opening and closing. When power is directed to the dead side, it becomes the live side while the other becomes the dead side. see pictures.

Step 2: Setting Up the Pistons

this is a cross diagram on how you want to set up your pistons.

Step 3: Wiring

Look at the diagram to set up your door

Step 4: Signal Extenders

some times the buttons are too far away for the signal gets to the box switch so here is an easy trick to extend the signal:

Step 5: Store Your Valuables

at the end of your tunnel or door make a room to put your gold or diamond in. mines surrounded by obsidian because its blast proof from TNT.

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    8 years ago

    I honestly don't get it and it doesn't work for me


    8 years ago on Introduction


    For Minecraft Servers we use http://www.serversminecraft.net/ to track down the best servers

    Could you make a video of this or something? i have been trying to make this for over an hour. thanks, Justincredible

    Void Schism
    Void Schism

    10 years ago on Introduction

    In electronics this is called a flip-flop or latch, or in more general terms a "bistable"; that is, it has 2 possible stable states.