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Three floor piston elevator

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fibonatic
Level 37 : Artisan Electrician
I made a two floor elevator recently, but saw that there was precisely a big enough hole between the floors to put another floor, so I did.
The only thing I am not totally happy about is that if you would press the call button on any floor, even though the elevator is already there, the doors will close for a short period and than open again. And I am not sure what would happen if multiple buttons would be pressed at once, but pressing the two buttons in the elevator will let you go to the floor which the last buttons pressed refers to.
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Tags:Elevator, Three, Floor, Story, Storey, Multiple, Redstone, Circuit, Piston

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Awesome elevator..

It didn't work for me in version 1.7.9 ( maybe i've build it wrong,.. maybe because the design is a few versions older )
Anyways,.. i've edited it in my private server to make it functional again and it is an great elevator.

EDIT : solved the problem with the closing and opening with doors if the elevator is already on that floor
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  • TheAstroSteve
  • Level 29
  • Expert Engineer
  • November 1, 2012, 2:09 pm
Excellent work! Don't worry about the doors opening and closing even if you're on the right floor, I'd rather you used your genius for new things! Plus, the only way i can think of to fix that is an 'inverted' proximity detector which might end up taking up a lot of space on the side of the elevator.
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  • rollrat
  • Level 3
  • Apprentice Crafter
  • February 11, 2012, 9:11 pm
piston and redstone connection is very simple and small.
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  • Gatt427
  • Level 5
  • Apprentice Toast
  • November 3, 2011, 1:32 pm
you are very intelligent in wiring, have you considered doing it in real life???

i do and its quite similar, you would do well....
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  • fibonatic
  • Level 37
  • Artisan Electrician
  • November 3, 2011, 6:33 pm
In what way doe you mean: "doing it in real life"?
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  • Gatt427
  • Level 5
  • Apprentice Toast
  • November 12, 2011, 4:33 am
wiring, electrical engineering.
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  • fibonatic
  • Level 37
  • Artisan Electrician
  • December 3, 2011, 4:25 pm
I the near future I have to make an choice for the minor I want to do. Currently I am studying mechanical engineering, but when I had to make this decision I had to choose between this and technical physics. So technical physics would now be an option for the minor, but maybe electrical engineering would also be an option...
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  • nathanfordham
  • Level 15
  • Journeyman Zombie
  • August 2, 2011, 10:06 pm
YOU ARE A RED-STONE GOD
By the way in making a base using it and if it alright with you i would like to upload it some time
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  • fibonatic
  • Level 37
  • Artisan Electrician
  • August 3, 2011, 4:23 am
Of course you may. I would like to see my creations to be used, or else the time building this would have gone to waste.
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  • nathanfordham
  • Level 15
  • Journeyman Zombie
  • August 3, 2011, 6:44 pm
Thanks ill paste the link on here when im done
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  • avmf8
  • Level 35
  • Artisan Geek
  • August 2, 2011, 7:47 pm
I thought this was impossible so was thinking this was a dud. So I downloaded to see and sure enough it does in fact work and it works well too.

Though hiding that in a building is going to be hard. Though for a building under the ground this is perfect since then who cares if its huge.
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wow this is good shows great redstone concepts knowledge you should check out my minecraft computer maybe you could help...
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  • fibonatic
  • Level 37
  • Artisan Electrician
  • August 2, 2011, 6:55 pm
I would like to help, do not know if you have any problems with curtain circuits, although more often you have to cope with less challenging problems like pulling a wire from one circuit to an other or getting the timings right (at least that was mostly the case with this elevator).
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