Welcome to another Minecraft Monday. In my previous episode, I covered the concept of using water to solve some common issues I've had with past minecart stations. However, last time I only had a model mocked up to show the potential. Today, I present my artsy-fartsy fully automated minecart station:
A few quick notes:
1. Yes, I started with this look in mind. I wanted visitors to be able to see the carts being stored and being fed into the departure zone.
2. This design works flawlessly. I have yet to encounter an issue aside from Minecraft crashing and leaving me stranded mid-track (but I'm sure I'm not the only one to experience the black screen of death in Minecraft :P )
3. While I went all artsy-fartsy, there is no reason that this concept can't be integrated into a more formal look.
4. I've had requests to show off my switching station a bit more.
5. With 3 and 4 in mind, I will start a new project to integrate some of my switching technology and water minecart station into my server's main departure station (the brick building outside my base). I plan on using this to possibly shoot some tutorial videos with an aim to show people that minecart and switching stations are NOT hard to set up. Actually, I can set up a full minecart station in less than five minutes now with this new design.
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