Tree Farm - Modular Base Collection

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Category Redstone
Theme Modern
Size Small
Submitted by Elykdez
Posted on October 28th, 2019 01:08 AM EST
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Length 19 Width 19 Height 15


Modular Base Collection - Tree Farm.

AKA the Tree Harvester, or the Timbercutter, is back!!
(Original creation of mine 5 years ago: Elykdez's Timbercutter - the Semi-Auto Tree Farm)

Have you been wondering why trees in Minecraft won't taken down after you chop the root?
Here is the Minecraftic solution! The fully renewed version of one my old creations, with nbt format (vanilla importable) and 1.14+ compatible.

With brand spanking NEW remakes and features:
- Destroy all leaves, super efficient design without any loses.
- Farm most types of trees (see the notes below).
- Extremely compact. The core mechanism is only 15x15x15, smallest of its kind AFAIK.
- Easy for maintenance, survival friendly.
- Faster speed (5 trees / min), more stable with flattened redstone design.
- Latest version of redstone technology implemented.
- More aesthetically pleasing, less redstone exposed.
- Alarming mechanism added to prevent conveyor belt overflow.
- And much more...

How to import (in vanilla MC):
1. Read the instruction about structure block on wiki.
2. Place the nbt file under {MC directory}/saves/{your world}/generated/minecraft/structures/.
3. Open your world and type: /give @a minecraft:structure_block 1.
4. Always 'Include Entities'. If you load more than once, turn it off on consequent loads.
5. Load it into your world, structure name = file name.
6. If anything goes wrong, load it twice after 10 seconds.
(The cover picture actually shows a broken one. The glass on the left should not be bumped if you load it correctly)
7. Replace the structure block with sandstone and it is done.

How to use:
1. Find the lever in the main chamber.
2. Flip it, plant your favorite tree on the top of the dirt block.
3. Bone-meal the sapling (or wait it grow...) to a tree.
4. Flip the lever again and behold the mighty power of redstone engineering for doing its job.
5. Collect all drops. You may repeat the process above once all the sand goes back.
6. When the alarm beeps (about 20 trees approximately planted from empty), chop all woods at the back court and you may have lots of them.

- This contraption works only on trees without branches. It will fully (100%) work on spruce, jungle and birch; mostly (90%) work on oak and hardly (10%) work on acacia, but after you destroy their branches.
- Again, you HAVE to wait all sand goes down to start a new plant.
- If you do not follow the instruction above, the sand pusher will break. Luckily this is easy to fix by refilling all sand with an 'L' shape all the way to the top without a gap.
- This is not an AFK farm nor the fastest, but really efficient. If you are looking for speed, this one might not suit your fancy, but I'm sure you shall be impressed by give it a try!

~ Thanks to Cubehamster(Youtube) again for his awesome leaf-destroyer design.
~ Thanks to everyone who supports me over so many years. I apologize deeply for forgetting to update my old design and wasting your time on trying it, so here comes the new and better one.
~ Thanks to BSL shaders and Soartex resource pack for the amazing screenshots.
~ Enjoy, please endorse if you like it, and have fun.

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