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Routed Request Pipe

Routed Request Pipe
Routed Request pipe 256.png
Routed Request pipe
Type

Multipart Block

Physics

No

Transparency

Yes

Luminance

?

Blast resistance

?

Tool

Any tool

Renewable

Yes

Stackable

Yes (64)

Flammable

No

Availability

Survival

First appearance

v4.2.0 (beta)

Drops

Itself
Traveling items (0 - ∞)

Name

routed_request_pipe

Routed Request pipes are a type of routed pipe that allows items to be actively pulled from a routed network by choosing them from a list.


Obtaining

Crafting

Ingredients Crafting recipe
Redstone +
Diamond (Gem) +
Routed Junction Pipe
RedstoneDiamond (Gem)RedstoneRedstoneRouted Junction PipeRedstoneRedstoneDiamond (Gem)Redstone
Routed Request Pipe



Usage

The Routed Request Pipe is used to enable the player to make requests to a pipe network for specific resources. The pipe, when right-clicked, has an extensive GUI, which lists all of the items available from crafting pipes, broadcasters, and crafters. To request an item, click it, set the number you would like, and press submit. The relevant crafting pipes will be activated, and the materials will eventually be routed to the pipe. Items are pulled actively.

Items will flow to the request pipe into a connected inventory, or just fly out the end if no inventory is available.

GUI

Gui of a Request Pipe

1) Item selection - This is where all broadcasted items show up. An item can be picked by clicking on them. The + and - can be used to scroll through pages.

2) Re-poll - This will ask all the pipes again for what is available and refresh the list.

3) Submit - This will initiate a request. If it fails, a message will appear on the screen with a list of missing ingredients.

4) Search bar - The item list can be filtered by name or Item ID by typing in this field.

5) Quantity - This is the quantity of items to request. + and - can be shift clicked to add or subtract by 10, or the number can be manually typed in. Clicking "All" will set the number to whatever is available.

6) Request flags - These are options for requesting. Pull is for pulling from inventories and Craft is for pulling from crafters. Partial denotes that if not enough can be requested, request the max possible amount.

History

Version Changes
v4.2.0 (beta) Added the Routed Request pipe.


Issues

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