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Minecraft has a lot of blocks, but what if they had more? Why do we need them? Please don't just add lists of things! Also, no furniture, guns, or vertical/"sideways" slabs.

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Auto Crafting Block

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    Maximised13 commented
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    Calling it an assembler or a factory term might make it more industrial theme like the new blast furnace is an example. Also, it would work really well if you have a shulker storage system. The fuel should be like regular fuel but run out at a different rate than furnaces, either faster or slower.

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    AGBgames commented
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    Gonna be cool if it required a blueprint of the item that you want this thing to craft.

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    Jack78playzz commented
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    Heck yeah

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    It could at the very least just be for stuff like turning dried kelp to dried kelp blocks so players on phones don’t have to tap hundreds of times to make more fuel for an auto smelter that makes fuel like that

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    THAT WAS SO GOOD! THAT WOULD ENABLE ALL THE FULL AUTOMATION FOR EVERYTHING!

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    MASTER G 1994 commented
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    To add onto this idea, i'd like to propose "The Compactor", it essentially works the exact same way as the "Composter". This one however is only able to take in one type of item (potentially crafted with it) and outputs the block variant, i.e. redstone dust > block of redstone, iron ingots > iron bars, wheat > wheat block, ect. 

    Essentially the ability to auto craft any 3x3 item in game. Naturally, i'd like to implement the ability to use hoppers with this new block, input from the top and output out the bottom. 

     

    To craft this item, maybe use two iron blocks in the four corners, a redstone block in the bottom middle and two pistons in the middle sides.