EFab

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EFab is a steampunk styled crafting system meant for pack makers who want to gate based on recipes.

Introduction

Using EFab you can define recipes (with a json system) that use various mechanics like the 3x3 crafting grid, liquids, steam, mana, RF and so on. In a way it extends the usual 3x3 crafting system with additional requirements. The recipes show up in JEI.

Commands

A useful command to get started is the /efab_savedefaults command. With this command you get a dump of the standard built-in recipes in the config folder. You can then start modifying that to your wishes. The recipe format is JSON.

Configuration

EFab is very configurable. For example, by default vanilla recipes are allowed in the EFab but you can disable that in the config.

Usage

The EFab is essentially a free-form multiblock. That means that you can arrange all EFab blocks as you wish as long as they touch. Adding blocks to this multi-block acts as a way to extend or speed up the functionality.

Examples

  {
    "type": "shaped",
    "output": {
      "item": "efab:tank"
    },
    "input": [
      "iii",
      "i i",
      "iii"
    ],
    "inputmap": {
      "i": "ingotIron"
    },
    "time": 10,
    "tiers": [
      "GEARBOX"
    ]
  },


This is an example of the efab tank. It is a simple recipe using only iron ingots. Crafting requires 10 seconds and it needs a gearbox to be present on the crafting system. Note that up to 4 gearboxes can be used to speed up this recipe.

  {
    "type": "shaped",
    "output": {
      "item": "minecraft:obsidian"
    },
    "input": [
      "ccc",
      "ccc",
      "ccc"
    ],
    "inputmap": {
      "c": "cobblestone"
    },
    "time": 60,
    "tiers": [
      "STEAM",
      "RF",
      "LIQUID"
    ],
    "rfpertick": 10,
    "fluids": [
      {
        "fluid": "water",
        "amount": 1000
      },
      {
        "fluid": "lava",
        "amount": 1000
      }
    ]
  }

This is the default recipe to make obsidian. It is a recipe that requires both water and lava.

  {
    "type": "shaped",
    "output": {
      "item": "efab:monitor"
    },
    "input": [
      "dqd",
      "qbq",
      "dqd"
    ],
    "inputmap": {
      "q": {
        "item": "minecraft:quartz"
      },
      "b": {
        "item": "efab:base"
      },
      "d": "dyeBlack"
    },
    "time": 100,
    "tiers": [
      "RF",
      "COMPUTING"
    ],
    "rfpertick": 10
  }

And here is an example of using RF based crafting.