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This logic kit will allow your autolathe to build a stack of whichever item you select, up to the quantity specified by your stacker. It will then turn off your autolathe and turn it back on. You can use this and replace the autolathe with any other fabricator such as an electric printer or a hydraulic pipe bender.
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This logic circuit will allow your autolathe to build a stack of whichever item you select, up to the quantity specified by your stacker. It will then turn off your autolathe and turn it back on. You can use this and replace the autolathe with any other fabricator such as an electric printer or a hydraulic pipe bender.
  
 
You will need:
 
You will need:
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* Cable coils to connect all parts
 
* Cable coils to connect all parts
  
Here is an example of the logic - the cable implementation leaves much to be desired.
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Clicking on the image in this article will show you an example of this setup ingame with all screws annotated.
  
 
[[File:Automate Autolathe Logic.png|thumb|Description of Logic Circuits to Automate Autolathe]]
 
[[File:Automate Autolathe Logic.png|thumb|Description of Logic Circuits to Automate Autolathe]]
 
Here is an example of this circuit, however it is hooked up to an Electric Printer.
 
  
 
[[File:Automate Electric Printer.png|thumb|Automated Electric Printer]]
 
[[File:Automate Electric Printer.png|thumb|Automated Electric Printer]]
  
'''Logic Reader A:'''
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'''Logic Reader A:'''<br>
In : Stacker
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In : Stacker<br>
 
Var: Setting
 
Var: Setting
  
'''Logic Reader B:'''
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'''Logic Reader B:'''<br>
In : Autolathe
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In : Autolathe<br>
 
Var: ExportCount
 
Var: ExportCount
  
'''Compare Unit C:'''
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'''Compare Unit C:'''<br>
In1: A
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In1: A<br>
In2: B
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In2: B<br>
 
Out: Greater
 
Out: Greater
  
'''Compare Unit D:'''
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'''Compare Unit D:'''<br>
In1: A
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In1: A<br>
In2: B
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In2: B<br>
 
Out: Equals
 
Out: Equals
  
'''Logic Writer:'''
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'''Logic Writer:'''<br>
In : C
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In : C<br>
Out: Autolathe
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Out: Autolathe<br>
 
Var: On
 
Var: On
  
'''Logic Writer:'''
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'''Logic Writer:'''<br>
In : D
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In : D<br>
Out: Autolathe
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Out: Autolathe<br>
 
Var: ClearMemory
 
Var: ClearMemory
  
 
This circuit works by keeping the autolathe on while it's current ExportCount is less than the setting on the Stacker that you have attached. Once the ExportCount reaches the stacker setting, the autolathe's memory is reset(setting ExportCount to 0) and the Autolathe is powered off for one tick and then powered back on.
 
This circuit works by keeping the autolathe on while it's current ExportCount is less than the setting on the Stacker that you have attached. Once the ExportCount reaches the stacker setting, the autolathe's memory is reset(setting ExportCount to 0) and the Autolathe is powered off for one tick and then powered back on.

Latest revision as of 00:05, 10 September 2019

This logic circuit will allow your autolathe to build a stack of whichever item you select, up to the quantity specified by your stacker. It will then turn off your autolathe and turn it back on. You can use this and replace the autolathe with any other fabricator such as an electric printer or a hydraulic pipe bender.

You will need:

  • Autolathe
  • Stacker
  • 4 Logic I/O chips (2 Logic Writer, 2 Logic Reader)
  • 2 Logic Processor Chips (Compare)
  • Cable coils to connect all parts

Clicking on the image in this article will show you an example of this setup ingame with all screws annotated.

Description of Logic Circuits to Automate Autolathe
Automated Electric Printer

Logic Reader A:
In : Stacker
Var: Setting

Logic Reader B:
In : Autolathe
Var: ExportCount

Compare Unit C:
In1: A
In2: B
Out: Greater

Compare Unit D:
In1: A
In2: B
Out: Equals

Logic Writer:
In : C
Out: Autolathe
Var: On

Logic Writer:
In : D
Out: Autolathe
Var: ClearMemory

This circuit works by keeping the autolathe on while it's current ExportCount is less than the setting on the Stacker that you have attached. Once the ExportCount reaches the stacker setting, the autolathe's memory is reset(setting ExportCount to 0) and the Autolathe is powered off for one tick and then powered back on.