Tinker?s Steelworks Mod 1.6.4

Tinker?s Steelworks Mod for Minecraft 1.6.4

Updated: Aug 25, 2015 | 206 views |

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Tinker’s Steelworks Mod 1.6.4

Tinkers’ Steelworks aims to be a total expansion to Tinkers’ Construct by adding new material processing concepts to early and late game. The mod is centered around steel processing, but also will add new types of weapons, utilities, items, mobs, upgraded forms of existing materials such as gold, and more.

Steel should be a material you work for. One does not simply create steel using common household furnaces. Steel work is an art and a labor of love. It requires special planning, meticulous measurements, and a closed chamber environment which can contain temperatures hotter than ghast buggers.

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THIS AINTCHER SMELTERY

The High Oven is a multi-block structure that smelts raw materials into liquids. Sound familiar? Yeah? Well shut up and wait your turn. This baby burns like a bad rash in the nether region. Additionally, it has slots to do your black magic science with ? specifically, oxidizers, reducers, and purifiers. What are those? I don’t even know, but it sure works swell when you put materials like gunpowder, redstone, and sand in them, respectively.

Also, this bad boy doesn’t want your stinkin’ lava. Lava is simply too impure and thus unpredictable. No my friend, you want to know exactly what chemical compounds are brewing within this chamber, and that’s why we use only one specific type of material: charcoal, or blocks of charcoal. Why? here’s what an extraordinarily well-groomed dragon told me one night while I was busy chopping down manly trees for my manly log cabin in the manly wilderness:

KimiroDragon said:

?steel isn’t just an alloy, it’s also a complex crystalline structure. The initial materials play a huge role in the final product (as a bonus, this is one of the few places charcoal would work better than coal, due to impurities like sulfur), but it’s how the steel is handled that determines it’s ultimate resilience, tensile and shear strength and even corrosion resistance. From what I’ve gleaned, the molten phase is almost always performed under a nitrogen atmosphere (and when it’s not that, near-vacuum), the materials are as precisely measured as is feasible, and following the initial melt the composition is tweaked with various additives (other metals like manganese, more carbon, sometimes even oxidizers or reducers to remove impurities like the aforementioned sulfur ? all determined by the final use for the metal). As well, once it’s cast?

?omg, stop right there. What does any of this have to do with cheeseburgers?

Now obviously, that was a lot of scientific mumbo-jumbo that suggests you would use the High Oven like this:

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THIS AINTCHER SMELTERY

The High Oven is a multi-block structure that smelts raw materials into liquids. Sound familiar? Yeah? Well shut up and wait your turn. This baby burns like a bad rash in the nether region. Additionally, it has slots to do your black magic science with ? specifically, oxidizers, reducers, and purifiers. What are those? I don’t even know, but it sure works swell when you put materials like gunpowder, redstone, and sand in them, respectively.

Also, this bad boy doesn’t want your stinkin’ lava. Lava is simply too impure and thus unpredictable. No my friend, you want to know exactly what chemical compounds are brewing within this chamber, and that’s why we use only one specific type of material: charcoal, or blocks of charcoal. Why? here’s what an extraordinarily well-groomed dragon told me one night while I was busy chopping down manly trees for my manly log cabin in the manly wilderness:

KimiroDragon said:

?steel isn’t just an alloy, it’s also a complex crystalline structure. The initial materials play a huge role in the final product (as a bonus, this is one of the few places charcoal would work better than coal, due to impurities like sulfur), but it’s how the steel is handled that determines it’s ultimate resilience, tensile and shear strength and even corrosion resistance. From what I’ve gleaned, the molten phase is almost always performed under a nitrogen atmosphere (and when it’s not that, near-vacuum), the materials are as precisely measured as is feasible, and following the initial melt the composition is tweaked with various additives (other metals like manganese, more carbon, sometimes even oxidizers or reducers to remove impurities like the aforementioned sulfur ? all determined by the final use for the metal). As well, once it’s cast?

?omg, stop right there. What does any of this have to do with cheeseburgers?

Now obviously, that was a lot of scientific mumbo-jumbo that suggests you would use the High Oven like this:

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Results may vary. Please contact your physician if you experience nausea, vomiting, headaches, diarrhea, balding, internal bleeding, external bleeding, metaphysical bleeding, swelling, excessive sweating, the inability to sweat, or spontaneous combustion.

HOLD MY HAND, PLZ

?But Toops!? you cried, ?How does one obtain such a magnificent piece of craftsmenship?? To that, I reply,?Well, there’s good news, and there’s bad news. Which do you want to hear first?? After a moment’s ponderous pause, raise an arm, one finger extended. Then, upon careful reconsideration, you drop your hand, face forming a frown. Then, suddenly, you raise your arm back up again, finger once more extended in the air. You drop your hand again. Before you can continue this cycle of madness, I proclaim ?The bad news is: some assembly required.? Your frown amplifies. Your lips begin to quiver. ?The good news is, it’s very simple, but it takes some persistence. You begin by coating clay bricks or clay brick blocks with molten seared stone. Then?? You begin to tear up. Suddenly, you were eaten by a Grue.
-?Steelworking and You, Volume 6? Chapter 2

Oh, so you really did want me to hold your hand? Well fine, but I warn you, I just ate a whole bag of Doritos with bean dip. Dump some molten seared stone on a Materials and You manual. Doing so reveals the manual’shidden content.

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You’ve played with Tinkers’ Construct before, haven’t you? The next step shouldn’t come as a surprise. Unless you always play in mamby-pamby creative mode, and if that’s case there’s a handy-dandy tabby-wabby for you to clicky-clacky with your ittew finger-wingers.

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BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE

Order now and receive configuration options for rebalanced recipes, like the classic anvil!

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And the timeless Flint and Steel:

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Hold it right there! The offer gets better! By ordering within the next five minutes you’ll also receive Forge Microblock support! Imagine the things you can do with that! Want more? How about chisel recipes? AMAZING!

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And much, much, more! Absolutely free!*
*Some restrictions may apply. Anyone living in any Minecraft world outside of Toopsylvania may be charged $22.95 for shipping and handling and an additional $3.50 to pay off the Blockness Monster.

Changelogs:

New

  • Modifier: Vacuous. It’s like a vacuum, on your tool!
  • Various new blocks, obtainable in creative only at the moment. These include scorched slabs, limestone and chiseled variants, limestone slabs, cement and colored variants. Some of these will be obtainable normally in the next release.
  • Similarly, new buckets: molten limestone bucket, cement bucket, and bucket o’ steam. The last one may be removed in the future in favor of steam canisters.
  • Steam Turbine has a recipe and may now dealloy fluids inside a Deep Tank. It must be facing a drain, contain steam, and have an active redstone signal. Still a work-in-progress (as is steam itself), therefore it’s not yet in the manual.
  • Some recipes for the High Oven have changed slightly.
  • Compound materials dissipation values adjusted.
  • Hardcore Flint & Steel option now doubles its usages.
  • Reduced Thermal Expansion 3 slag output from 15% to 10%.
  • Many updates to Steelworking and You.
  • German localizations thanks to Vexatos.
  • Italian localizations thanks to The Viking Warrior.

Bugfix

  • Many issues with Scorched Ducts have been resolved. Thanks, wisthy!
  • Deep Tanks should also behave a bit better.
  • Fixed steam turbine icon rendering the wrong sides.
  • Scorched Ducts now drop items when broken.
  • Various potential NullPointerExceptions relating to the High Oven and Scorched Ducts.
  • Surprisingly, no Poad.

Download Tinker’s Steelworks Mod 1.6.4

For 1.6.4

http://dl.mod-minecraft.net/download.php?file=e3251fb09f28a001081741c2db4d4385

Author: Toopz