Since we have a new Blog feature now, I figured I'd start it off with a bang. My current project is the Library of Switches, which I got up and running before the beta ended. It's still up, and I have no plans to remove it, so if you're interested you might want to take a gander. I've been updating it as much as possible, but obviously I run into other things that call my attention. Here's what I've got so far(which you can collect to use yourself if you'd like):One Use Switch
Once this switch
Some folks have been intrigued by my last blog using pistons for logic, but would rather use wobble bolts.
At first I dismissed the thought - after all I've been using pistons since day one, why change my habits now? But like any good engineer, I can't help but dabble in things that I probably shouldn't.
We won't go into my failed attempts to revive a dead relative (didn't go quite... as planned) - but let's skip that little item and move on.
A Way of
Updated 05-02-2009 at 04:26 AM by feloneouscat
(Added Multiple Input Or Gate)
What was wrong with me?
You do know you
Updated 10-08-2009 at 11:28 PM by rseah
Welcome to the Wonderful World of Wenches!
Indeed, what better way to kick off the logic blog than with a basic overview of my favouritest thing in the (littleBig) World: wenches!! Yes, as many of you know, the vast majority of the logic I use involves a winch somewhere in it, so it seems the best place to start is with a rundown of basic winch techniques.
Now I know I said I wasn’t planning on doing a “here are some generic switches” type approach, but as
Updated 12-18-2009 at 10:46 AM by rtm223
Waste Not, Want Not:
Resource Sharing for Thermofficiency!
- Part 2 -
1. Input Sharing
This week is going to be all about shared inputs in logic networks. It's a really useful technique and has the potential to save a fair bit of thermo in the right circumstances. The idea is that often a signal in a logic network will input to multiple devices. In this case, it can be beneficial to construct our logic in such a way that we
Updated 12-18-2009 at 10:44 AM by rtm223