Applied Energistics 2 Tutorial #4: ME Controller Networks (MC 1.7.2 / 1.7.10)





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Published on Jul 15, 2014

In this video I will go through next tier of ME Networks, when the ME Controller is required. Whenever you have more than 8 devices in a network, an ME Controller is required. It can handle up to 32 devices on every side.

Next step is to connect all devices together with cables. Whenever you have more than 8 devices in an "arm", the Dense Cable is required. But at the end of the arm to connect devices, any other cable will do as long as no more than 8 devices are connected.

I have done several videos about AE2, so if there are items or blocks not covered in this one they can probably be found in another video. All my AE2 tutorials can be found in this playlist:

These items or blocks are covered in this video:
- Glass ME Cable
- Covered ME Cable
- Smart ME Cable
- Dense ME Cable
- Network Tool
- ME Controller


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Game details:
Minecraft 1.7.2 - http://minecraft.net
Using vanilla launcher with Forge (
Mods loaded (exluding dependencies):
Applied Energistics 2 (rv0-beta-22)
BuildCraft (6.0.16)
Not Enough Items (NEI) (1.7.2-1.0.1-universal)
Tinker's Construct (1.7.2-1.6.0.a14)
Waila (1.5.2a_1.7.2)
I noted the version numbers in case things change later on. Also, there could be changes in recipes due to mod integrations. For example, the wooden gear in this video is from BC6 and not AE2.

Download AE2 here:

Original Minecraft Music
"Music for Manatees" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)


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