Minecraft offers a wide range of mechanisms and tools to enhance gameplay, and one of the key components in creating complex contraptions is the redstone repeater. In this tutorial, we will explore how to craft a redstone repeater step by step, accompanied by helpful screenshots.
Before we dive into the crafting process, let's take a look at the platforms on which you can find and use redstone repeaters in Minecraft:
Java Edition (PC/Mac)
Pocket Edition (PE)
Windows 10 Edition
If you're in Creative mode and looking for a redstone repeater, here's where you can locate it in the Creative Inventory menu for different platforms:
Java Edition (PC/Mac) - Versions 1.8 - 1.19: Redstone
Java Edition (PC/Mac) - Versions 1.19.3 - 1.19.4: Redstone Blocks
To craft a redstone repeater, you'll need the following materials:
2 Redstone Torches
1 Redstone Dust
Now let's go through the step-by-step process of crafting a redstone repeater in Survival mode:
Step 1: Open the Crafting Menu. Begin by opening your crafting table to access the 3x3 crafting grid.
Step 2: Add Items to Make a Redstone Repeater. Inside the crafting menu, you'll find a 3x3 crafting grid. Place 3 stones, 2 redstone torches, and 1 redstone dust in specific positions to create the redstone repeater. Refer to the image for the correct pattern.
First row: Place a redstone torch in the first box, redstone dust in the second box, and another redstone torch in the third box.
Second row: Put 3 stones.
Once you've arranged the items correctly, you'll see the redstone repeater appear in the result box.
Step 3: Move the Redstone Repeater to Inventory. Finally, click and drag the redstone repeater from the crafting table into your inventory to complete the crafting process.
You would have successfully made a redstone repeater in Minecraft!
For reference, here are the specific details for the redstone repeater in Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac):
Name: Redstone Repeater
Minecraft ID Name: minecraft:repeater
Data Value: 0
Stack Size: 64
Platform: Java Edition (PC/Mac)
Version(s): 1.8 - 1.12
In Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac), the block states for Redstone Repeater are as follows:
Delay: Specifies the delay in redstone ticks (1-4).
Facing: Determines the direction the repeater is facing (North, South, East, West).
Locked: Indicates whether the repeater is locked (true/false).
Powered: Shows the power status of the repeater (true/false).
If you're playing in Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac), you can use the following command to obtain a redstone repeater:
Version 1.13 - 1.19.4: /give @p repeater 1
Versions 1.8 - 1.12: /give @p repeater 1 0
Redstone repeaters are essential components for creating complex mechanisms and circuits in Minecraft. By following the steps outlined in this tutorial, you now have the knowledge to craft redstone repeaters and unleash your creativity in the game. Experiment with different redstone contraptions and enjoy the possibilities that this versatile tool brings to your Minecraft world.