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1.14 AFK Giant Spruce Tree Farm

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Steve_Steveson avatar Steve_Steveson
Level 40 : Master Engineer
This is an automatic giant spruce tree farm made possible using the new 1.14 mechanics, including the ravagers and the new tnt behavior. I've been trying to get one of these to work for a long time, and the new version finally made it possible. I'd love to say more, but there's really nothing more to say about it besides giving credit to the people whose tutorials showed me how to build some the parts that went into the design.

This machine makes use of a tnt duper created by Rays Works in a tutorial on Youtube. (I believe that qualifies for reuse.) A portion of the circuitry at the bottom is derived from an old ilmango design, also on Youtube, however I redesigned the area around the AFK spot to make it more accessible and, by extension, more user-friendly.
I had the idea to use ravagers as soon as I learned about them, but the idea to use minecarts is also based on ilmango. (Although, he only made a small oak tree farm.)

The rest of the design, including the blast chambers, and the timing for the tnt, as well as integrating all the aforementioned elements, is entirely my own design.
Creditilmango, Rays Works
Progress100% complete

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06/27/2019 2:06 am
Level 11 : Journeyman Miner
ScotsMiser avatar
Using ravagers as leaf breakers (as opposed to the normal pistons) is innovative and certainly simplifies the RS design, but does not seem like it would be very survival friendly.

Congrats on showing that it can be done, but manual farming seems more practical….
06/27/2019 11:09 am
Level 40 : Master Engineer
Steve_Steveson avatar
Cubfan135 showed how to catch ravagers in survival in one of his recent Hermitcraft videos. (Episode 141) The important question is if it reduces lag.

I'm also considering designing a raid farm that captures the ravagers. More on that later.
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