[1.9.4] Ore Dictionary Converter Mod Download

 

SCREENSHOTS

Ore Conversion Table:
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Automatic Ore  Converter (using pipes/tubes):
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BLOCKS AND ITEMS

Ore Converter:

The Ore Converter is an item that allows ores to be converted. To use it place it in the hotbar and right click with it in the hand, it will open a GUI. The GUI has 2 sets of slots. In the left 3×3 slots is where the ores are placed, and in the right 4×4 slots is where the target ore is converted (similar to using a workbench).

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Ore Conversion Table:

The Ore Conversion Table is a block that has the same function as the Ore Converter but is placed in the world.

Automatic Ore Converter:

The Automatic Ore Converter is a block that automatically converts ores when they are placed on the input slots. When activeted it will open a GUI. The gui has 3 sets of slots. In the top left 4×2 slots is where the ores are placed, in the top right 3×2 slots is where the converted ores are pulled out, and the bottom 9×2 slots are used to set a specific version of the ore to convert (if none is specified, the first ore in the dictionary is selected, and if the item is not on the Ore Dictionary, it's placed directly on an output slot).

The Automatic Ore Converter works with hoppers, Buildcraft pipes, etc.

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Recipes:

Ore Converter:

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Ore Conversion Table:

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Automatic Ore Converter:

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Ore Dictionary Converter is a mod that adds blocks and items that convert between different versions of the same ore using the Forge ore dictionary. This allow ores and ingots to be stacked and use less space in the inventory or chests. To use it, craft an Ore Converter, then right click with it in hand to open its GUI.

How to install:

  • Download and install Minecraft Forge.
  • Download the mod.
  • Click on the Start Menu in Windows.
  • Type run into the search box, and select the Run program at the top of the results.
  • Type %appdata% into the Run program, and press Enter.
  • Go to .minecraft/mods folder.
  • Drag and drop the downloaded jar (zip) file into that.
  • Enjoy the mod.
 

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