Minecraft: Slime Block Elevator

Introduction: Minecraft: Slime Block Elevator

About: I love building in Minecraft and play many FPS Games!

Hello and welcome to another instructables by COOLCREEPER69! In this instructables, I'll be showing you on how to make a compact, simple and efficient Slime Block Elevator. This build shouldn't take long to be done. The Slime Block Elevator should keep bouncing you up to the next level in a fast way,1 level/floor will take you about 5.5 blocks in the air. Ok, so let's get our items ready.

You will need: (Includes a base and a level [Elevator can be extended using more blocks])

•3 Redstone Dust

•3 Redstone Repeater

•2 Fences

•2 Pressure Plate

•2 Furnaces (Or other block that will not stick to slime blocks)

•5 Blocks (Any) [I used Polished Andesite]

•3 Sticky Pistons

•2 Slime Blocks

•Some other easy-to-break Blocks

Now that you've got yourself the items, let's start building!

Step 1: Building the Ground Floor

First, you have to dig a hole and place a sticky piston in the hole facing up. Now, place a slime block on the surface of the sticky piston. Then add the polished andesite behind the slime block and a furnace beside the slime block with a pressure plate on top of the furnace. At the back where your polished andesite is, dig 2 blocks to the side and add redstone repeaters with there settings set to 4 delays. Then, add redstone dusts from the end of the redstone repeater to the furnace with the pressure plate on top of it. Then, place a fence on top of the pressure plate. (Refer to picture above)

Now that you've got yourself the base/ground floor, let's move on to the next step on building your first floor.

Step 2: Building Your 1st Floor

Build 3 blocks high with the polished andesite from the previously laced polished andesite. Now, place a sticky piston on the 4th block. Then, add an easy-to-break block behind the sticky piston and add another sticky piston on top of the easy-to-break block facing to the previously placed sticky piston. Break the easy-to-break block and add a polished andesite on each side of the stick pistons. Next, add a redstone repeater and change its settings to 2 delays, add a fence with a pressure plate on top of it next to the polished andesite with the redstone repeater on top of it. After that, add a slime block on the 2 sticky pistons, an easy-to-break block in front of it and a furnace. Now break the easy-to-break block and the 1st polished andesite on the base (Refer to picture given above).

Now that you've got your first floor, let's give it a test!

Step 3: Testing

Test your build by standing on the slime block at the base and move to the corner, you should be able to step on the pressure plate and the slime block should push you up to the the 1st floor and the same thing should happen again! Please note that this can become a bit buggy sometimes, so it might have to be tested more than once.

You can extend it as mush as you want just repeat by adding another 4 block from the back of the level.

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    7 Comments

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    lukenaval2020
    lukenaval2020

    Question 2 months ago

    Does this work for Minecraft bedrock edition, version 1.14?

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    Lily_Because
    Lily_Because

    Answer 7 weeks ago

    yes it does

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    Dhruvaingale
    Dhruvaingale

    4 years ago

    Um. How dyu.. Umm... Well place a pressure plate on a furnace in mcpe

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    lukenaval2020
    lukenaval2020

    Reply 2 months ago

    Sneak and put it.

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    omega_1459
    omega_1459

    Reply 1 year ago

    try using obsidian, its a bit more expensive but its an alternative.

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    JordanL68
    JordanL68

    Reply 4 years ago

    hey man I don't know if you still have that question unanswered but if you crouch, then you can place the pressure plate.

    Impressive, its both efficient and doesn't uses to much blocks or space! Could use this in my upcoming apartment build.