Birch mini crafting iron: Mini Crafting Iron – Pinkpossum

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The Best Travel Iron in Australia for 2021

Author: The Adventure Lab Staff

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Quick Answer: The Best Travel Iron

Travel Irons can be the best way to keep your clothes looking sharp while out on the road. However, with so many options on the market, it can be hard to find the product that is right for you. 

In this article we break down everything from wattage to design and features  to help you find the iron that best meets your specific needs.

1 SUNBEAM PRO STEAM TRAVEL IRON

  • Travel pouch
  • Dual voltage
  • Non-stick soleplate

SUNBEAM HOT-2-TROT 800 WATT TRAVEL IRON

  • Quick heat time
  • Indicator light
  • Soft touch dial and handles

BIRCH MINI TRAVEL STEAM IRON

  • Steam and dry iron
  • Lightest and smallest
  • Best for small items

PHILIPS HANDHELD GARMENT STEAMER

  • Detachable water tank
  • Continuous steam projection
  • Outstanding customer service

ROWENTA TRAVEL-READY COMPACT STEAM IRON

  • Variable fabric settings
  • Dual voltage
  • Best in its class

How to choose the Best TRAVEL IRON

Knowing how to select the best travel iron for your needs should always be determined by the most important factors listed here. Giving them a quick read-through will provide you with a better idea about what features you might want to include when buying a travel iron.

Brand Name

Famous brand names sometimes have an inflated price tag to go with it. Be sure to check out some of the less familiar brands which are emerging as solidly reliable travel iron manufactures.

Price

Everyone is travelling on a different budget. The reason why people on the move need a travel iron is to avoid the very expensive laundry fees charged by hotels. So, work out what price you feel comfortable with, and don’t be tempted into overspending on a more expensive model.

Reviews

Feedback from previous buyers is an essential part of making a decision. Look out for common problems people have with certain models.

Wattage

Performance is always linked to the wattage. Even though a travel iron must be lightweight and compact, it must still have enough wattage to do the job it’s meant to do properly. Look for wattages higher than 1100 if you want easy ironing.

Temperatures & Setting

The more setting choices your travel iron offers, the more fabrics varieties you will be able to press. If you like to pack silks, cottons, and linen clothing, you will know these materials always need to be ironed when they come out of the suitcase. Each of these fabrics require a different temperature setting.

Water Capacity

Steam irons need water to flatten all the creases caused by your clothes being folded up for so long. This is the most effective way of removing creases in the shortest amount of time. If you want your clothes to look effortlessly smooth and cared for, consider buying a travel iron that can steam and press.

Weight & Dimensions

There’s nothing worse than finding a must-have souvenir on your travels, and then having to leave it behind because you have no space in your luggage or you are overweight. Make sure your travel iron is compact and lightweight.

Warranty

As with any electrical appliance, you should check for warranty length, repairs, and replacement guarantees. Safeguards such as a 1 year warranty or money-back guarantees indicate the manufacturers back the product’s reliability.

Extra Travel Iron Features

To make a travel iron stand out, manufacturers like to add a few extra features such as:

  • stainless steel soleplate
  • handy travel pouch
  • anti-drip design
  • steam control

This makes the product unique and leaves it up to you, the buyer, to decide which addition you like before deciding on which travel iron to buy.

Steam vs. Press Iron

Will you really need a travel iron with steam feature on the road, or just a small, electric one? 

Irons are great for pressing out creases as long as you have an ironing board or other surface to press on. The more compact (smaller) the iron, the longer it will take to finish the job. 

A travel iron with steam feature allows you to steam out any wrinkles, while smoothing the material at the same time with the hotplate. Then there are the standalone garment steamers that remove creases, but can’t replicate that sharp edges look some travellers require for work situations. You can decide which features your iron should have, before deciding which model is best.

Travel Iron Reviews

#1 Sunbeam Pro Steam Travel Iron

Sunbeam is a famous brand name for irons of all kinds. This model is exceptionally light, making it perfect to pop into a suitcase or travel bags. It can be switched to steam-mode and a jet of steam from this Sunbeam eradicates stubborn wrinkles and creases in seconds.

  • Travel pouch
  • Dual voltage
  • Non-stick soleplate                                
  • This model is so popular that you might struggle to find one in stock

#2 Sunbeam Hot-2-Trot 800 Watt Travel Iron

This model is ideal for anyone who needs to look their best is the shortest time. It includes a dual voltage system for international travellers and is equally good with business suits and small touch-ups. 

The most useful wrinkle eliminator is the steam-shot feature that can be changed with the variable temperature control. No burnt or singed fabrics, and it’s zippy enough so you can smooth out clothes in a flash.

  • Quick heat time
  • Indicator light
  • Soft touch dial and handles                  
  • No travel pouch included                         

#3 Birch Mini Travel Steam Iron

Looking for a cute and compact design? This is the travel steam iron for you. It can fit snuggly in your bag, ready to hit the road with you and be as travel ready as you are.

  • Steam and dry iron
  • Lightest and smallest 
  • Best for small items                              
  • If you need to steam or iron suits, choose a bigger model

#4 Philips Handheld Garment Steamer

If price is not an issue, and you would prefer a reliable brand name with the features to go with it, the Philips Handheld Garment Steamer is for you. This model provides the best performance and highest quality manufacture. 

Long-lasting and hassle-free, regardless of what fabric or crease you present for it to smooth out. It also removes odours from the material with one swipe.

  • Detachable water tank
  • Continuous steam projection
  • Outstanding customer service            

#5 Rowenta Travel-Ready Compact Steam Iron

Another trusted name in ironing, Rowenta has put a lot of thought into this model’s features. It really can’t be beaten for any traveller who needs to look sharp when they step out of their hotel room. 

It can be used as both a travel steam iron and a press iron, which is helpful to have that choice when you are on the road. The handle folds up and down, so the design remains compact. It’s light at 0.72 kg and dual voltage.

  • Variable fabric settings
  • Dual voltage
  • Best in its class                                        

verdict

While any of the irons on this list would make a great travel companion, at the end of the day you need to choose the one that best meets your specific needs and tastes.

Our pick of the bunch is the impressive Sunbeam Pro thanks to it’s reliability and high quality non-stick soleplate.

How to Open an Iron Door in Minecraft

This Minecraft tutorial explains how to open an iron door with screenshots and step-by-step instructions.

In Minecraft, an iron door does not open the same way as a wooden door. An iron door is a bit more complicated to open and involves using mechanisms. In this tutorial, we cover the 3 ways to open an iron door with a button, a lever, or a pressure plate. Let’s explore how to open an iron door.

How to Open an Iron Door using a Button

The first way to open an iron door involves using a button. To open an iron door, there are 2 different kinds of buttons that you can use. You can choose either one.

First, craft either one of these buttons above and select it in the hotbar. In this example, we have selected a wooden button. You will want to place the button near the door, so position your pointer on a block next to the door.

The game control to place the button depends on the version of Minecraft:

  • For Java Edition (PC/Mac), right click on the block.
  • For Pocket Edition (PE), you tap on the block.
  • For Xbox 360 and Xbox One, press the LT button on the Xbox controller.
  • For PS3 and PS4, press the L2 button on the PS controller.
  • For Wii U, press the ZL button on the gamepad.
  • For Nintendo Switch, press the ZL button on the controller.
  • For Windows 10 Edition, right click on the block.
  • For Education Edition, right click on the block.

Now to open the iron door, you will need to use or activate the button. The game control to use the button depends on the version of Minecraft:

  • For Java Edition (PC/Mac), right click on the button.
  • For Pocket Edition (PE), you tap on the button.
  • For Xbox 360 and Xbox One, press the LT button on the Xbox controller.
  • For PS3 and PS4, press the L2 button on the PS controller.
  • For Wii U, press the ZL button on the gamepad.
  • For Nintendo Switch, press the ZL button on the controller.
  • For Windows 10 Edition, right click on the button.
  • For Education Edition, right click on the button.

The iron door should now open for a few seconds and then will close on its own.

TIP: To open your iron door, make sure you place two buttons – one button on the outside of the house and one button on the inside of the house. When the iron door shuts, you don’t want to be trapped inside the house without a button to push to get out.

How to Open an Iron Door using a Lever

The second method uses a lever to open an iron door. When the lever is pulled down, the iron door opens. When the lever is pulled back up, the iron door will close. The door will not close automatically as it does with other methods.

First, craft a lever and select it in the hotbar. You will want to place the lever on the wall by the door, so position your pointer on a block next to the door.

The game control to place the lever depends on the version of Minecraft:

  • For Java Edition (PC/Mac), right click on the block.
  • For Pocket Edition (PE), you tap on the block.
  • For Xbox 360 and Xbox One, press the LT button on the Xbox controller.
  • For PS3 and PS4, press the L2 button on the PS controller.
  • For Wii U, press the ZL button on the gamepad.
  • For Nintendo Switch, press the ZL button on the controller.
  • For Windows 10 Edition, right click on the block.
  • For Education Edition, right click on the block.

Now to open the iron door, you will need to use or pull the lever down. The game control to use the lever depends on the version of Minecraft:

  • For Java Edition (PC/Mac), right click on the lever.
  • For Pocket Edition (PE), you tap on the lever.
  • For Xbox 360 and Xbox One, press the LT button on the Xbox controller.
  • For PS3 and PS4, press the L2 button on the PS controller.
  • For Wii U, press the ZL button on the gamepad.
  • For Nintendo Switch, press the ZL button on the controller.
  • For Windows 10 Edition, right click on the lever.
  • For Education Edition, right click on the lever.

The iron door should now open and will stay open until you pull the lever back up.

How to Open an Iron Door using a Pressure Plate

The third method involves using a pressure plate to open an iron door. There are 4 different types of pressure plates that you can use to open an iron door. You can choose any one of these.

First, craft any one of the pressure plates above and select it in the hotbar. In this example, we have selected a wooden pressure plate. You will want to place the pressure plate directly in front of the door, so position your pointer.

The game control to place the pressure plate depends on the version of Minecraft:

  • For Java Edition (PC/Mac), right click on the block.
  • For Pocket Edition (PE), you tap on the block.
  • For Xbox 360 and Xbox One, press the LT button on the Xbox controller.
  • For PS3 and PS4, press the L2 button on the PS controller.
  • For Wii U, press the ZL button on the gamepad.
  • For Nintendo Switch, press the ZL button on the controller.
  • For Windows 10 Edition, right click on the block.
  • For Education Edition, right click on the block.

Now to open the iron door, you will need to stand on the pressure plate.

When you are standing on the pressure plate, the iron door will open. It will stay open while you are on the pressure plate. Once you step off the pressure plate, the iron door will close.

TIP: To open your iron door, make sure you place two pressure plates – one pressure plate on the outside of the house and one pressure plate on the inside of the house. When the iron door shuts, you don’t want to be trapped inside the house without a pressure plate to stand on to open the door.

Congratulations, you just learned the 3 ways to open an iron door in Minecraft.

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Mid Century Modern Mini Armoire

The Mid Century Modern Collection is designed with both modern minimalist style and extreme storage in mind. Square edges, flat fronts, and a crown top accentuate the beauty of this sleek and elegant collection.

The Mid Century Modern Mini Armoire, shown above, comes with 4 deep, medium sized drawers and 2 adjustable shelves.  Behind the doors are 2 adjustable shelves to help fold and store your clothing and other accesories. It’s considerably smaller size compared to it’s larger siblings make it the perfect complimentary piece for any bedroom when you don’t want to go “too big” but still get loads of storage space. Grooved edges below the drawers and doors allow for a flat, sleek front while still giving you the ability to open and close easily. Every item in the Flat Shaker collection is handmade using REAL Solid Birch Plywood with Real Birch Wood Veneer Edging. Metal tracks come standard on every drawer to allow smooth ease of use when opening and closing. 

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Product Specifications

  • Dimensions: 17″D x 26″W x 60″H (clearance behind the doors is 16″D x 21″W x 19″H)
  • Material: Birch Plywood with Birch Wood Veneer Edging
  • Finish: This piece comes unfinished or you can choose from our available colors.
  • Drawers: Butt-Ended construction, with Metal Tracks. Flat Fronts with Under-Drawer Grooves.
  • No assembly required – Product comes fully assembled.
  • Orders outside the 5 Boroughs of New York City require additional shipping/handling time.
  • Actual product color may vary from what is shown due to computer settings and room lighting. Please use as a reference only. 

Brand: Gothic Furniture

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Consideration:

Our finishes are only applied to the exterior of the furniture. Platform Decks, Drawer Interiors, Back Side and the Tops of Anything 72″ and Above are left raw (Unfinished). These areas may be finished by request for an additional fee.

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Gothic Cabinet Craft will repair or replace any Gothic manufactured product or component that is defective in material or workmanship for as long as you, the original purchaser, own it.  Excluded are normal wear and tear (including dents, scratches and finish), negligence or misuse and damage caused by moving or shipping furniture. Knots and natural wood imperfections are not covered. Warranty is only valid when furniture is finished by Gothic. For New York City (five Boroughs), Nassau and Suffolk County  customers only, Gothic Cabinet Craft will replace or repair the furniture at no charge for the first year after the purchase.  After the first year, and for customers outside of NYC area, if the customer brings the item to our Maspeth Factory for repair, there is no charge, but a travel and/or delivery/pick up fee will apply for in home repairs or pick-ups. Valid only on purchases made on or after 8/1/2011 and your order must be registered on line (www.gothiccabinetcraft.com/lifetime-warranty/) within 30 days of the day you receive your furniture for the warranty to be in effect for Gothic manufactured items.  Custom made orders, floor samples, and/or floor models are not covered by this warranty.  Any repairs attempted by the customer voids all warranties. In the event of a service request the Service Department may request a photo which can be emailed to [email protected]

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90,000 20 tips for novice Minecraft players: olegmakarenko.ru – LiveJournal

1. Sometimes there is not enough coal at the beginning of the game. In this case, the easiest way is not to jump with a naked torso in dark caves, but to make coal from wood. Judge for yourself: if you have to look for coal, flinching from each whistle, then the tree is cut in a minute. Then we saw one block of wood into boards, and burn the other blocks with these boards on coal. And now you already have 4-6 coal in a few minutes: without any running around in the unexplored surroundings.

2. In general, wood is the most convenient building material. Because you can cut trees at almost the same speed as a stone, but a block of wood can be converted into 4 blocks of planks.

True, a tree can be set on fire if handled carelessly. This is a disadvantage.

3. It would seem, what difference does it make which tree to cut? But no, there is a difference.

For the foliage of a tree to fall, the trunk and branches must be completely cut down. However, branches of tropical trees and oaks are not so easy to get – they hide in the foliage and you have to go up to get to them.

Conifers have another problem – they regularly grow to a height of 7-9 blocks, and they cannot be quickly cut down from the ground.

It turns out that it is most convenient to deal with birches. They have no branches and are always cut from the ground. In a few minutes, with a steel ax, as there is nothing to do, cut down pieces of 30-50 birches, from which you get 150-250 blocks of untreated wood or 600-1000 blocks of planks.

However, you can pick apples from oak trees. This is a plus for them.

4.Okay, you ask, but where to get so many birches?

The answer is obvious. Plant a birch grove. Find a convenient site, clear it of other miserable trees and dig in birch seedlings on it. If you have few seedlings, it’s okay: an average of three pieces fall from each tree, since the number of trees can be very quickly brought to any desired size.

5. Make a bed as quickly as possible and always carry it with you. It’s much easier to pause for a minute to lay out the bed and sleep, than to fight off sneaky zombies in the dark, and then close up the craters from the creepers with mud.Sleep pays off.

If you feel sorry for killing sheep for wool, this is a solvable problem. Find two blocks of iron – which is easy to do even at the very beginning of the game, just by running around the neighborhood – and make scissors. Sheep can be sheared with scissors.

6. The most convenient food is wheat. Even at the very beginning of the game, when you don’t have a bucket yet. Judge for yourself:

– make a hoe from two sticks and two boards;
– arrange a small field next to the water, not fencing or ennobling it in any way;
– Find seeds in the grass and plant them in the well-groomed beds.

In a few days, the sprouts will turn yellow and you can harvest. If your stomach is already cramping with hunger, you can always process several skeletal archers into bone meal and accelerate the growth of a valuable cereal with this flour.

7. Water is needed for setting up a vegetable garden and for some other purposes. Lugging it in buckets from the sea is tiresome. Therefore, it is necessary to use the fact that a third is automatically formed between two sources of water.

You dig a ditch three by one block, pour water along the edges along the bucket, and now you have an endless source of water with which you can at least ditch everything around.

With lava, by the way, this trick no longer works. A more cunning way is needed there.

8. Although wood is usually more practical than mud, mud can also be useful – for example, when erecting scaffolding. Removing unnecessary dirt with a shovel is somewhat easier than cutting out unnecessary blocks of boards with an ax.

Sand is useful when you need to fill up some space. It tends to wake up into a void, so when backfilling with sand, it is much easier to fill an unnecessary hole entirely, to the bottom.

By the way, don’t despise gravel. It makes wonderful tracks.

9. Diamonds, in my opinion, are not worth the labor that needs to be spent on their extraction. Yes, a diamond pick is stronger and faster than a steel pick, but while I look for the three diamonds I need for it, all the savings will be lost. Therefore, I do not even try to make myself a diamond set of tools – the steel one suits me perfectly.

A diamond shovel is especially useless. The difference in speed is insignificant, but breaks down instantly.

10. It is very interesting to explore the caves, but for the minerals mined there you have to pay with regular deaths from falls and explosions.

If I stupidly need steel, I just dig a 2×1 vertical shaft to the root rock, and then I poke along the bottom with a herringbone – I make a corridor 4 blocks high, from which short branches 1 block thick extend to the sides.

Comes across all sorts of nonsense, periodically – steel, sometimes diamonds.

11. Why am I digging a 2×1 vertical shaft and not a 1×1? Yes, so as not to fall down, if in the process of excavation I stumble upon any cavity in the rock.

By the way, having dug to the bottom, I make not one, but two Swedish stairs to the top. With the same purpose – so as not to accidentally fall down.

12. In the village you can exchange a pig’s saddle, watermelon seeds and other valuable things for emeralds. Where can I get emeralds for exchange?

Obviously the same – to exchange them with other residents for wheat.

If you need to increase the population of the village, you can simply build a multi-room barrack next to the residents’ houses. They read that the living space has increased, will multiply on their own and move in.

By the way, if you build a house in the village for yourself, they will occupy it too. To avoid this, use steel doors instead of wooden ones. A transparent roof is also rumored to help. But perhaps it is not: I have not personally tested it.

13. Abandoned mines are often located under villages at considerable depths. There you can find a lot of fat – a couple of stacks of iron, for example, a lot of rails, and a bunch of other useful things, including books and minecarts. It is pleasant and relatively safe to explore the mines.

In order not to get lost in them, brick up the dead ends and mark the dead end with signs. If you are an esthete, do not walled up tightly, put doors.

14. Caves can be explored in the same manner. Close all entrances and exits with walls with doors. This will allow you to mitigate damage from creeper explosions and other underground trash attacks. In addition, getting lost in a well-equipped cave with doors and signs is much more difficult.

15. In general, tablets are an extremely useful thing. I recommend that you always carry them with you and sign whatever you can.Signs save me a lot of time and delight my clerical soul.

16. When building roads, it is convenient to put milestones every 100 meters with a pumpkin lantern on top.

To make it easier to count 100 meters, I pick up exactly one hundred blocks and pave the way until they run out. When it was over, I set up a milestone and count the next hundred blocks.

17. If you need to burn a lot of material in the oven at once – for example, a thousand blocks of stone, use funnels to load and unload materials.

Theoretically, you can also use a lava bucket as fuel – it is enough for a thousand blocks. But I have never used this technique: there is almost always a lot of coal.

18. Don’t build guts in the sky. After some time after construction, their ugly appearance will certainly begin to annoy you.

19. Build work benches directly into the floor or into the ground. So they take up less space and are less conspicuous in the wrong places.

20. If you started playing a long time ago, and then abandoned, do not be lazy to download the new version.There are now horses, for example.

PS . Just in case. What is Minecraft, and why we love it so much, I have already told you here:

http://fritzmorgen.livejournal.com/586934.html

Urban Construction [WIP] – Projects

Construction of cities in minecraft.

Goes IMHO through IMHO,
Sees IMHO: IMHO IMHO…

The following under-article consists entirely of my thoughts and does not claim to strictly adhere to all points. It contains common truths, tricks and techniques known to every player, but if it helps at least one player, then I did not write in vain. The main parts of the article were written and reviewed by a person who does not really know how to build, from the point of view of building a city map for a quest passage.

1. Where to start?
First, think about why you will build your future city.Maybe you want to make a large-scale copy of an existing city, a map for a fun pvp server, a hardcore survival simulator or scenery for an adventure passage. Come up with a setting, for example: an eternal night, constant rain, the ability to be outside only during the daytime, a man-made or biological disaster, a struggle for resources, role-playing. What modifications of minecraft would you like to include in your map? By the way, the more special requirements the map has (mods, resource packs, plugins, special version of the game, etc. )), the fewer people want to play it.
Next, you should decide on the type of map and biome. Whether your city will be located on snow-covered taiga hills, on a sunny sandy ocean coast, under water, in space or on a completely flat plain. Then build two or three buildings of different types (about the types of buildings below) on one flat line, fly around them to understand the scale of the block, the width of roads and sidewalks, and then start marking streets, intersections, transport viaducts, bridges.If you are planning to lay a subway line, mark it out in advance, so that you do not subsequently dig a tunnel through the basements of any ready-made buildings. In minecraft, there is not so much choice for the outer walls of city houses, mainly brick, sandstone, quartz, stone brick, edge brick. Almost all of this is combined with inserts of cobblestone, colored clay, prismarine. Try not to build buildings of the same color next to each other, unless, of course, these are twin buildings.
What kind of houses to build? Where to get inspiration? If you live in a city, just look out the window and try to build the building you see there.I take my buildings from photographs of real buildings on the Internet (for more details in the development theme of City-81), screenshots from the anime and the buildings I saw in my city. I am not very good at building beautifully and sometimes I have to borrow buildings from the Internet from other minecrafters. I do not consider such borrowings to be something shameful, since I do not assign authorship to myself (and if I know the name of the author, then I also mention it), my cards are not commercial, most often I copy only the front part of the building, and I make up the rest myself (for example Statue of Liberty in City 81).

2. Building types.
Types of city buildings in minecraft are divided into: used, unused, partially used and decorations. Let’s take a look at them.
The type of building used must include external walls, transparent windows, entrance / exit, interior decoration, the ability to move between floors if the building is multi-storey. The easiest way to start building such a house is to mark the internal stairs. This is the easiest way to understand the number of storeys and the future dimensions of the building.Try to initially build stairs with a thickness of two blocks at least between floors for separate floors and ceilings. Then you need to lay the floors and ceilings of the premises along the heights of the stairs, allocate space for internal redstone schemes, mark the window and door openings. After that, you can erect external walls according to the finished internal frame. Why is it worth building from the inside? Because later, during the interior decoration of the building, you may simply not have enough space for a cunning riddle, an extra room or a secret place, since you will be limited in planning by the outer walls.
An unused building type should start with the outer walls. Most often, such a building is designed to simply fill up an empty space in a block, and it is a giant empty box. If such an unused house is located within the boundaries of your city and has a close approach of the players, it is advisable to make the first floor or two pseudo-residential for a more beautiful view from the outside. This will work if you leave the windows transparent, and stretch a white ceiling with a pair of internal walls inside. From the second floor and above, you can insert glass into the frames, and from the inside you can close the windows with something dark, such as black wool, a block of coal or obsidian.
A partially used building type is, respectively, a combination of the above two building types. An example of such a building would be a skyscraper with a shop or cafe on the ground floor, but without access to the other floors of the same building.
Decorations are low-detailed house-textures that the player can see only from afar and are designed to obscure unfavorable views of desert horizons, creating the appearance of an extension of the city. Most often they consist of just one wall for the fastest possible construction.In such buildings, it is not even necessary to insert glass; you can simply paint the windows with some dark blocks.

3. Types of interior decoration.
Unfortunately, until now, even the latest versions of minecraft do not shine with the number and variety of furniture, accessories and decorative items. The problem can be solved by mods or third-party resource packs, but, again, this will create additional inconveniences for the end user of your card. The more premises you have in your buildings, the more the meager monotony of their furnishings will be striking.Of course, in any hotel or hospital, all rooms can be the same and include similar sets of beds, drawers, tables, but in apartment buildings this will not work. To create all sorts of beauties, we only have to play with colors and lighting. Let me remind you once again that it is advisable to start building the types of buildings used from the inside, because in this case you can make double walls for rooms, which will be, for example, brick on the outside and clay / woolen on the inside, and double floors / ceilings.Painted clay, birch trunks and mushroom blocks are best suited for interior walls in apartments. The floors in residential apartments are preferably wooden, and the ceilings are always white (quartz / iron block / stone slab). The floors in cafes, toilets, pools are in contrasting checkered: white / blue or white / black.
Lighting. From the light sources, we are offered a choice of two non-volatile luminous blocks, one redstone lamp, an eternal burning stove block, a lighthouse, an ender stick and two torches, of which the redstone torch perfectly emulates a dim candle.There are also brown mushrooms and they also glow a little. Light sources can be covered with water, a cauldron, a slug-block, woolen rugs, hatches and, of course, multi-colored glass.

4. Types of obstruction of the player’s advance.
Of course, the easiest way is to create a sandbox map with an open city, but if you want to add a plot there, you will have to somehow guide the player with tips and not let him into certain locations of the map until the player fulfills any specific requirements. Here minecraft offers us a fairly large selection of mechanisms, I will just list some of them. So:
GKronda store scheme for the renamed key item, this is an infinite number of door / key pairs (there are several such schemes in City-81 and they do not look monotonous). Digital locks, pushbutton and lever locks – a bunch of types of such locks can be found on the Internet. Renamed redstone torch with installation tags only on certain units (like a battery). A hand tool for breaking certain types of blocks (only clear glass panels, for example).A block of dynamite that is placed exclusively on a block of redstone. for undermining walls and ceilings. A building block that can be installed exclusively in a specific location. The simplest operation of the command block is to check if the required item is in the player’s inventory. Loss of the desired key-item from the command-summoned mob (a bunch of summon generators on the Internet). In the end, just puzzles from piston mechanisms or the redirection of water flows.

5. Card delivery to the end user.
You finished building your map, informed users about it on different thematic platforms and decided to finally upload it for download. Take my advice and never pack maps in rar archives. Zip archivers are built right into Windows, they are full of free for Linux and Mac, but to unpack the RAR archive the user will have to work hard by downloading a separate archiver. Don’t pack cards in self-extracting archives either. Recently, scammers have been using such exe archives to install unnecessary programs, adware, and even viruses on users’ computers.So, exe archives will certainly scare off many potential players from your creation.
This is followed by the choice of a site for the location of the archive itself. Now users have access to a huge number of convenient cloud storage for sharing documents, files and archives. Personally, I recommend Yandex.Disk only due to the fact that view and download counters are already built into its web interface. You should not upload your creativity to semi-paid file sharing services, like all sorts of flying bits and deposits.You still won’t be able to earn anything significant from this, but users will quickly get tired of “ download for free without SMS ” at a meager speed.
Give your archives meaningful names. If there is a map with the name City-81 inside, you should not call the archive itself “klmn”.

Download the map for free without SMS for minecraft 1.11

https://yadi.sk/d/xK0fwpmPrcaU7

Post has been edited by Shuremar: 28.12.2016 – 17:17

90,000 Why does not a tree grow in minecraft. How to grow plants in Minecraft

Good evening, sailor editor with you as usual. Today I will tell you how to grow a waterbus in minecraft
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Agriculture in minecraft

Since you can grow plants in minecraft, we can also grow a watermelon. First you need to prepare a place for the beds. We make a bucket and fill it with water. We dig three blocks in a row and fill this place with water.Next, take a hoe, which can be crafted from two sticks and two boards (Materials can be different. Stone, iron, gold, diamonds). Around this workpiece with water, you need to work with a hoe. It turns out the beds. This is where we need to plant a watermelon seed.

Unlike wheat, watermelon takes a long time to grow. To speed up this process, you can use fertilizer. Bone meal helps any plant grow in seconds. After killing the skeleton, we select the bones. We throw them into the workbench and take away the bone meal.Now just go to the sprout, move the mouse cursor over it and click on the right mouse button.

Many people make huge farms. Watermelons there, after they ripen, immediately fall into your chests. This is all difficult to implement, so such maps can be downloaded on the Internet.

If I have not answered your questions, I advise you to go to the forum and read other articles. With you was the editor of the PlayNTrade portal – matros. Until next time and enjoy the game.

Without a tree, you will not be able to make tools and weapons, which means you will not be able to get anything and defend yourself from hostile mobs. Trees are generated in random places on the map, when cutting a tree, foliage falls out, from which, in turn, seedlings and apples sometimes fall out, planting a seedling in the ground, you will get a new tree after a while. For example, by cutting down 10 trees completely (including leaves), you will get a much larger number of seedlings, by planting them, you will get new trees, if you cut them down again, then the number of seedlings will become even more, thus you can get a huge forest.

tree ID

Planks – 5
Wood – 17
Dark wood – 17: 1
Birch – 17: 2

How to cut a tree in Minecraft?

If you have an ax, then take it, if there is no ax, then the tree can be chopped even with bare hands, only it will take much longer. Come close to the tree and hold down the left mouse button on the part of the tree that you want to cut down, after a few blows the block of the tree will be cut down. You can collect the foliage only with the help of scissors, in order to use the leaves as decoration, you need to put a block of wood under them.

How to grow a tree in Minecraft?

After the leaves of the tree fall out, seedlings sometimes fall out. Pick up a seedling and right-click to plant it in the ground, after a while the tree will grow. The growth time of the tree is chosen randomly. The tree will grow, if there is light and sufficient space nearby, if you sprinkle the seedling with bone meal, it will germinate instantly, provided that there is light and free space, with the same conditions you can grow trees indoors and in hell.The height of the tree is from 5 to 16 blocks. “Big tree”, which is also called “mutant tree”, can be obtained by planting trees on trees, for this, put a block of earth on the top of the tree and plant a seedling in it, when the tree sprouts repeat the same for the second floor.

Why isn’t the tree cut down?

Sometimes a situation arises when the tree is not cut, here are the most common reasons:

1. You did not hold down the mouse button, but click it, then the tree in Minecraft will not be cut down.
2. The territory is protected by private, in which case the usually felled block reappears and a red warning sign appears. Proceed further to find trees without the protection of the private.
3. If the Lumberjack plugin is installed on the Minecraft server, you may get the feeling that the tree is not being cut, although in fact it is not. In this case, the tree is cut, but not necessarily where you cut it. If it is a single tree, then it is cut from above, if there are several trees nearby, then other trees may be cut.Chop one place until it is felled, then you can collect a large amount of wood.

Wheat grows in beds if wheat seeds are planted there. For wheat to grow, it is necessary that there is no more than 4 cells in water. The water should be at the same height as the bed. In addition, lighting (light from the sun, torches, or lava) is needed for wheat to grow.

If you jump on the wheat, it will die and the garden will turn into a simple land. Therefore, it is recommended to make a glass roof at the height of two blocks on the garden bed.So that you can walk in the garden, but you cannot jump.

If you pour water on unripe wheat, seeds will fall out of it. If you pour water on an already ripe one, then both the seeds and the crop will fall out. This property can be used to create mechanical farms and quickly harvest wheat.

Bone meal can be used to accelerate wheat growth. On average, it will require from 1 to 3 units of bone meal to get ripe wheat from the planted seeds.

Wheat can be grown even underground under artificial lighting from lava or torches.

Wheat is mainly used for cooking. You can make bread out of it. This requires only 3 wheat. You can also make a cake that can be nibbled in portions. But this will require more ingredients (milk, sugar, chicken egg). If you can find cocoa beans, you can make cookies.

A sheaf of hay can be made from wheat, which can be used for compact storage of wheat, as a decorative element or for feeding horses and foals.However, for these purposes it is better to use not a sheaf, but directly wheat, because this will give the best result.

Wheat is also used to lure and raise sheep and cows. If you give wheat to two sheep or two cows, hearts will appear above them, and soon a lamb or a calf will appear.

Wheat is also called Wheat.

Wheat is present in Minecraft versions: 1.8.2, 1.8.1, 1.8, 1.7.10, 1.7.9, 1.7.5, 1.6.4, 1.5.2.

Tricks and secrets

  • Why do you need a lot of wheat?

    Remember to grow as much wheat as possible, i.e.because it can be exchanged for emeralds in the village.
  • Important Fact About Wheat

    A lot of wheat will be needed to raise the cows to get the leather for the bookcases.

This game is so diverse that it provides a huge space for your own creativity. Here, as in real life, you can grow plants both for food, getting paint from them, and just for beauty.

Minecraft, like other online client games, provides full compliance with real life.So, the most useful plant in the game is wheat. Its cultivation requires quite serious effort and time. The first priority is to craft a hoe, thanks to which the wild grass on the territory is then removed and seeds are collected. The plowed land near the reservoir is used to grow wheat, from which bread and cakes are then baked. It takes a day to grow wheat.

What else and how can you grow?

Trees in Minecraft grow for three days. In order to plant them, you must collect the seeds that will fall out of the foliage.Items within a four block radius of a planted tree can interfere with its growth. Trees grown can be cut down when necessary when the surrounding area runs out of trees.

    Other plants can be grown in the game:
  1. To grow a cactus, you need to put the appropriate block on the sand. Melted cacti are used for colorants.
  2. Find carrots and potatoes in the village. Also, to grow them, you must kill zombies. Found vegetables cannot be eaten, otherwise they cannot be planted.When a brown potato head or a red carrot head emerges from the ground, you can harvest.
  3. Sugarcane can be found near a pond and must be planted near the water.
  4. To find a cocoa tree, you need to go to the jungle, and it is planted, respectively, in the jungle.

Melon and pumpkin seeds are found in an abandoned mine. The growing plants are broken and seeds are harvested from them. As for other plants, a bed is made near the water. But flowers to decorate the territory should be looked for on the grass and planted there.Such a variety of actions attracts gamers from all countries, as well as online mmorpg games. The fantasy of the product manufacturers is limitless, which meets the needs of gamers. The only thing that cannot be grown is cc 1.6. Simpler

Trees are often small and not very pretty. To build a beautiful house on the tops, we first need to grow a large tree. Here’s how to do it.

A video in Russian that shows how you can grow large trees in Minecraft so that you can build houses on them later.We are talking specifically about the houses at the top, which are shown, for example, in the article – high above the ground, on green foliage, closer to the sky and the sun.

In this video, minecrafter Hordor shows his way of growing tall trees. They are not fat, but tall.

How to grow big trees in Minecraft

In general, in the Minecraft game, you can grow very tall trees by simply planting 4 seedlings nearby in the shape of a square. Fir-trees grow especially well, they are gigantic in size.Birch trees do not grow very willingly, but ordinary oak grows at an average rate.

How to make thick trees

In Minecraft, you can plant many, many seedlings nearby – they often sprout side by side. So I grew whole walls or solid thick baobabs (from birch), 10 by 10 blocks in size. Some of the sprouts in such thick trees, of course, do not germinate, but this is not fatal. A thick tree 10 by 10 blocks is a lot, a lot of wood and a ready-made base for a house.You just need to hollow out the inside of the room.

For thick trees, you can take seedlings of different species. I often made them from birch. It turned out to be short, but sooooo thick baobabs.

How to grow plants in minecraft. How to plant wheat in “minecraft” and what you need for this How to plant trees minecraft

Without a tree, you will not be able to make tools and weapons, which means you will not be able to get anything and defend yourself from hostile mobs. Trees are generated in random places on the map, when cutting a tree, foliage falls out, from which, in turn, seedlings and apples sometimes fall out, planting a seedling in the ground, you will get a new tree after a while.For example, by cutting down 10 trees completely (including leaves), you will get a much larger number of seedlings, by planting them, you will get new trees, if you cut them down again, then the number of seedlings will become even more, thus you can get a huge forest.

tree ID

Planks – 5
Wood – 17
Dark wood – 17: 1
Birch – 17: 2

How to cut a tree in Minecraft?

If you have an ax, then take it, if there is no ax, then the tree can be chopped even with bare hands, only it will take much longer.Come close to the tree and hold down the left mouse button on the part of the tree that you want to cut down, after a few blows the block of the tree will be cut down. You can collect the foliage only with the help of scissors, in order to use the leaves as decoration, you need to put a block of wood under them.

How to grow a tree in Minecraft?

After the leaves of the tree fall out, seedlings sometimes fall out. Pick up a seedling and right-click to plant it in the ground, after a while the tree will grow. The growth time of the tree is chosen randomly.The tree will grow, if there is light and sufficient space nearby, if you sprinkle the seedling with bone meal, it will germinate instantly, provided that there is light and free space, with the same conditions you can grow trees indoors and in hell. The height of the tree is from 5 to 16 blocks. “Big tree”, which is also called “mutant tree”, can be obtained by planting trees on trees, for this, put a block of earth on the top of the tree and plant a seedling in it, when the tree sprouts repeat the same for the second floor.

Why isn’t the tree cut down?

Sometimes a situation arises when the tree is not cut, here are the most common reasons:

1. You did not hold down the mouse button, but click it, then the tree in Minecraft will not be cut down.
2. The territory is protected by private, in which case the usually felled block reappears and a red warning sign appears. Proceed further to find trees without the protection of the private.
3. If the Lumberjack plugin is installed on the Minecraft server, you may get the feeling that the tree is not being cut, although in fact it is not.In this case, the tree is cut, but not necessarily where you cut it. If it is a single tree, then it is cut from above, if there are several trees nearby, then other trees may be cut. Chop one place until it is felled, then you can collect a large amount of wood.

This game is so diverse that it provides a huge space for your own creativity. Here, as in real life, you can grow plants both for food, getting paint from them, and just for beauty.

Minecraft, like other online client games, provides full compliance with real life. So, the most useful plant in the game is wheat. Its cultivation requires quite serious effort and time. The first priority is to craft a hoe, thanks to which the wild grass on the territory is then removed and seeds are collected. The plowed land near the reservoir is used to grow wheat, from which bread and cakes are then baked. It takes a day to grow wheat.

What else and how can you grow?

Trees in Minecraft grow for three days.In order to plant them, you must collect the seeds that will fall out of the foliage. Items within a four block radius of a planted tree can interfere with its growth. Trees grown can be cut down when necessary when the surrounding area runs out of trees.

    Other plants can be grown in the game:
  1. To grow a cactus, you need to put the appropriate block on the sand. Melted cacti are used for colorants.
  2. Find carrots and potatoes in the village.Also, to grow them, you must kill zombies. Found vegetables cannot be eaten, otherwise they cannot be planted. When a brown potato head or a red carrot head emerges from the ground, you can harvest.
  3. Sugarcane can be found near a pond and must be planted near the water.
  4. To find a cocoa tree, you need to go to the jungle, and it is planted, respectively, in the jungle.

Melon and pumpkin seeds are found in an abandoned mine. The growing plants are broken and seeds are harvested from them.As for other plants, a bed is made near the water. But flowers to decorate the territory should be looked for on the grass and planted there. Such a variety of actions attracts gamers from all countries, as well as online mmorpg games. The fantasy of the product manufacturers is limitless, which meets the needs of gamers. The only thing that cannot be grown is cc 1.6. Simpler

Wheat grows in beds if wheat seeds are planted there. For wheat to grow, it is necessary that there is no more than 4 cells in water.The water should be at the same height as the bed. In addition, lighting (light from the sun, torches, or lava) is needed for wheat to grow.

If you jump on the wheat, it will die and the garden will turn into a simple land. Therefore, it is recommended to make a glass roof at the height of two blocks on the garden bed. So that you can walk in the garden, but you cannot jump.

If you pour water on unripe wheat, seeds will fall out of it. If you pour water on an already ripe one, then both the seeds and the crop will fall out.This property can be used to create mechanical farms and quickly harvest wheat.

Bone meal can be used to accelerate wheat growth. On average, it will require from 1 to 3 units of bone meal to get ripe wheat from the planted seeds.

Wheat can be grown even underground under artificial lighting from lava or torches.

Wheat is mainly used for cooking. You can make bread out of it. This requires only 3 wheat.You can also make a cake that can be nibbled in portions. But this will require more ingredients (milk, sugar, chicken egg). If you can find cocoa beans, you can make cookies.

A sheaf of hay can be made from wheat, which can be used for compact storage of wheat, as a decorative element or for feeding horses and foals. However, for these purposes it is better to use not a sheaf, but directly wheat, because this will give the best result.

Wheat is also used to lure and raise sheep and cows.If you give wheat to two sheep or two cows, hearts will appear above them, and soon a lamb or a calf will appear.

Wheat is also called Wheat.

Wheat is present in Minecraft versions: 1.8.2, 1.8.1, 1.8, 1.7.10, 1.7.9, 1.7.5, 1.6.4, 1.5.2.

Tricks and secrets

  • Why do you need a lot of wheat?

    Remember to grow as much wheat as possible, as it can be exchanged for emeralds in the village.
  • Important Fact About Wheat

    A lot of wheat will be needed to raise the cows to get the leather for the bookcases.

Good evening, sailor editor with you as usual. Today I will tell you how to grow a waterbus in minecraft
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Agriculture in minecraft

Since you can grow plants in minecraft, we can also grow a watermelon. First you need to prepare a place for the beds. We make a bucket and fill it with water. We dig three blocks in a row and fill this place with water. Next, take a hoe, which can be crafted from two sticks and two boards (Materials may be different.Stone, iron, gold, diamonds). Around this workpiece with water, you need to work with a hoe. It turns out the beds. This is where we need to plant a watermelon seed.

Unlike wheat, watermelon takes a long time to grow. To speed up this process, you can use fertilizer. Bone meal helps any plant grow in seconds. After killing the skeleton, we select the bones. We throw them into the workbench and take away the bone meal. Now just go to the sprout, move the mouse cursor over it and click on the right mouse button.

Many people make huge farms. Watermelons there, after they ripen, immediately fall into your chests. This is all difficult to implement, so such maps can be downloaded on the Internet.

If I have not answered your questions, I advise you to go to the forum and read other articles. With you was the editor of the PlayNTrade portal – matros. Until next time and enjoy the game.

Trees are often small and not very pretty.To build a beautiful house on the tops, we first need to grow a large tree. Here’s how to do it.

A video in Russian that shows how you can grow large trees in Minecraft so that you can build houses on them later. We are talking specifically about the houses at the top, which are shown, for example, in the article – high above the ground, on green foliage, closer to the sky and the sun.

In this video, minecrafter Hordor shows his way of growing tall trees.They are not fat, but tall.

How to grow big trees in Minecraft

In general, in the Minecraft game, you can grow very tall trees by simply planting 4 seedlings nearby in the shape of a square. Fir-trees grow especially well, they are gigantic in size. Birch trees do not grow very willingly, but ordinary oak grows at an average rate.

How to make thick trees

In Minecraft, you can plant many, many seedlings nearby – they often sprout side by side.So I grew whole walls or solid thick baobabs (from birch), 10 by 10 blocks in size. Some of the sprouts in such thick trees, of course, do not germinate, but this is not fatal. A thick tree 10 by 10 blocks is a lot, a lot of wood and a ready-made base for a house. You just need to hollow out the inside of the room.

For thick trees, you can take seedlings of different species. I often made them from birch. It turned out to be short, but sooooo thick baobabs.

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