Making a hidden door with pistons, make wine rack plans - PDF Review

Categories: Woodworking Projects For Beginners | Author: admin 28.09.2012

There are also other ways of making them come back from the wall and then in, but those are far more complex, if anyone wants to see the redstone in those, just come find me on the server and illl show u a made one. There is a much more compact way of doing this with a mod, the wireless redstone mod, and it is not in a dent in the wall, so it is much less noticable.
I did everything in the photos down to the Tbut i can't seem to get the doors open unless i wipe out the two redstone torches to the sidescan someone HELP!
Every once in a while, Minecrafters want to create a simple hidden piston door to secretly hide all their valuable items. Step 1: Place Down 12 Sticky PistonsMake sure to lay them out as shown in the picture below, 2 blocks apart. Step 2: Place 2 Blocks Inside Each of the PistonsPut them inside the pistons so you can't see any green spots from the sticky pistons.
Step 6: Lay the RedstonePut redstone where you placed the last block and also the 2 blocks on the side of the piston. I built just like you said, when I flip the switch the door works right, but then I switch it again and the bottom pistons don't go back into place.
No one likes it when random people wander into your home and mess things up, which is why it behooves you to hide your things from even the most prying eyes with builds like this totally invisible, 2x2, piston-operated door with no visible redstone either inside or outside.
I did a tutorial for a piston-powered trapdoor and many people wanted to know how to get the same functionality in a horizontal, rather than vertical, door. Step 2 More Pistons!Now add four more pistons, two on each side, facing whichever way you want the entrance to be. Step 8 There's More Than One Way to Skin a DoorIn case you have trouble making your door flush with the surrounding wall, here's what you do. It's true, but technically if you couldn't spare that extra row necessary to separate the redstone going to the switch, you could always raise it up so that it wouldn't interfere with the other redstone wire.

I need help with mine, It won't work, It closes just fine but when I open it doesn't take the blocks with it.
I have the same door set up but I have been having problems using a button instead of a lever. But I really like the constructions where there is no way you can predict there's a door hidden. Now, it's possible with only 18 redstone, 2 repeaters, 12 sticky pistons, and ONLY 20 blocks of any kind!My personal record for building this is 35 seconds! Add one on each side, facing toward the back of your door.Then add four to the roof, leaving a 2-by-2 space in the middle. Add two blocks to each side, with the bottom block toward the front and the top block toward the back. Indeed nothing quite screams accomplished potion master like a hidden lab behind a retractable bookcase.
The repeaters will help make the pistons push towards the center, then make all the blocks go 1 more forward to be invisible! Of course the side pistons and top middle ones are obvious and similar to what my ideas would use, but the bottom two seem to be some sort of glitch. With the advent of pistons many hidden things are possible, like the hidden staircase we did a few weeks ago. The two diagonal blocks power the four pistons, but the repeater is what is necessary for the middle to push out. Some piston doors are overly complex and and built with miles of redstone running amok, but this isn't necessary. The only problems I see is that there is a little piston lag between the upper and lower middle pistons, and his you have to power it.

Funnily, it appears as though when you have activated pistons or powered wire above, lower pistons react to block changes.I placed all of the pistons the same way as normal and had a layer of blocks over them all.
With a bit of redstone ingenuity a hidden redstone door can be a thing of convenience and ease! Here's a hidden door inside a home wherein the door is made from bookcases and the presuure plates are wooden. You see, because you have to power it from othe upper middle, you have to run the redstone line behind it else it interfere with the other pistons or unsmooth the nice wall. Then I placed a few repeaters pointing away from the middle four redstone (similar to the picture, where one set allows all of the pistons to open closing the door and the back set hold a delay on the middle pistons to open it). Or even better just stay open until I close it from a button on the opposite side of the door. If someone found out a good way to efficiently run the redstone from the top, this would be much more effective at being hidden. When the top was powered, only the obvious pistons would extend (the ones expected to be affected by redstone. BUT, when I placed any blocks on the ground next the the bottom four side pistons (two on each side), the whole bottom row would activate concealing the passageway. There was no redstone touching any of the bottom pistons and the middle ones activated also.

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