RedLogic Mod 1.7.10 for Minecraft
RedLogic Mod 1.7.10 is a replacement for the Wiring, Logic, Control and Lighting parts of RedPower. It’s currently nowhere near finished, but red alloy wire and logic gates are implemented.
Red alloy wire:
Insulated wire: (all colours work) (you can also use wool instead of dye)
Free-standing wires: (all wire types work, you can also craft them back)
(to change the delay, shift-right-click with a screwdriver)
(that’s an RS latch in the middle)
(those are also RS latches)
(D-latch in the middle)
(AND gate in the middle)
(Multiplexer in the middle)
(AND/OR/NOT/XOR in the middle)
Any colour works. Recipes are probably permanent, unless someone complains they’re too similar to RP2’s. There are no inverted lamps.
Indicator lamp – does not emit light but still changes colour:
Decorative lamp – always on:
Decorative flat lamp:
Indicator flat lamp:
Normal flat lamp:
Decorative cage lamp:
Indicator cage lamp:
Normal cage lamp:
Any dye can be used.
Latchable lumar button:
Self-latching lumar button: (Left is an RS latch)
Latchable lumar plate:
Self-latching lumar plate:
Recolouring example – works with all types of buttons and plates:
Integrated circuit-related recipes
Cleanroom Air Filter:
I/O Pin Marker:
Integrated Circuit: (photomask is not consumed)
How to make integrated circuits
Build a cuboid room out of cleanroom wall blocks. Include all corners and edges. Do not use any blocks except for cleanroom walls, cleanroom air filters, redstone digitizers, and yellow, red or orange lamps.
For every 4 air filters you have in the wall/floor/roof you may have one other block (including air blocks), like so:
(yes, it’s unrealistic)
Place a Redstone Digitizer somewhere in the roof.
Build your circuit inside the room. The black blocks are I/O Pin Markers, and determine where the circuit connects to the outside world. Use a screwdriver on them to change the mode and connection type (red alloy or bundled cable).
Red is output, blue is input.
In this image I’m just using a single AND gate:
Right click the Redstone Digitizer to start scanning. When it finishes, a schematic item will pop out of the top.
Right click on a Schematic Compiler to begin compiling it into a photomask. If you have IC2 or BC installed, this requires power. For IC2 there is no maximum voltage. The time and energy used depends on the complexity of the circuit.
When it finishes, right click with an empty hand to retrieve the schematic, then the photomask.
The last step is to insert the photomask, and some stone and redstone, into a Chip Fabricator.
This also needs power. Creating one IC takes 12800 EU or 5120 MJ and does not depend on anything else.
When it is done you will get an Integrated Circuit item:
Right click to place it, and you will see that it works like the original circuit – in this case an AND gate:
It is possible to make circuits much more complex than a single gate, of course.
How to install RedLogic Mod 1.7.10:
- Download and install Minecraft Forge
- Download and install Immibis Core
- Download the mod.
- Click on the Start Menu in Windows.
- Type run into the search box, and select the Run program at the top of the results.
- Type %appdata% into the Run program, and press Enter.
- Go to .minecraft/mods folder.
- Drag and drop the downloaded jar (zip) file into that.
- Enjoy the mod.
Immibis’s Microblocks is required unintentionally. Microblocks work on wires and gates (and do stop things connecting). Note that Immibis’s Microblocks is a coremod and Immibis Core is not, despite the name.
RedLogic Mod 1.7.10 Download Links:
For Minecraft 1.5.2
For Minecraft 1.6.2
For Minecraft 1.6.4
For Minecraft 1.7.2
For Minecraft 1.7.10