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|Source Mod||MineFactory Reloaded|
|Affected by Gravity||No|
The Auto-Brewer automates the brewing of detailed potions.
Each row in the Auto-Brewer UI represents a step in the brewing cycle. The top slot on the first column, 'potion', is where your potion begins - typically starting with a water bottle in the first row. (Note: You should not fill the entire potion column up with water bottle for each row has its correspondent process) Next, there is the 'type' column. This column determines which item to use from the 'resource' slots of the SAME ROW - usually starts with nether wart, then ingredients underneath. This means you can not randomly chuck all brewing ingredients into the 'resource' slots, they must be in the correspondent row.
Multiple potions can be worked on at once. In the example below, you could be working on 3 potions at once, one for each stage of brewing.
The Auto-Brewer requires power (MJ, EU, or KJ) to function.
Example: If you wanted to make a Speed II potion, you would prepare a water bottle, nether warts, sugars and glowstone dusts. Put at least 1 nether wart in the 'type' and 'resources' columns for the first row. The second row of 'potion' column should have an empty slot. Put sugar at second row of 'type', and some sugar in the second row of 'resources' slots. Finally, the third row of 'potion 'should also have an empty slot, and glowstone dust in the third row of 'type'/'resource' areas.
As the machine start working, it will first use one nether wart to turn the water bottle into an awkward potion, which will move to the second row. Since the second row now has an awkward potion will be brewing sugar, it will turn it into a Speed I potion, which will be moved down to the third row. Finally, the Speed I potion will work with the glowstone dust to make a Speed II potion, and moves down to the fourth row and stop.
Pipes or hoppers can be used to extract or place items into the auto-brewer, and sides do not matter. Water bottles will be placed in the first row's potion slot. Potions that have reached the last row (or a row without a type specified) can be extracted.