Super Compact 3x3 Piston Door [Minecraft Redstone Tutorial] *It's 7x3!





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Published on Jun 1, 2012

New 1.9 Version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOaC8...

Partnoids, today I bring you my latest design of the 3x3 door. It was a fair while back when I uploaded my first circuit and since then things have changed!

This unit is only 7x3 in footprint compared to the 8x8 of my old door; It's also based on a flip-flop design that eliminates the need for an external toggle circuit meaning you can hook as many buttons up to it as you want! Hopefully all this makes the build easier to construct and less resource heavy for you in your own worlds!

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Music by DTMM (http://droptearmodelmaker.bandcamp.com/)

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I'll never understand how people get away with saying "the redstone is only such and such large."  It's like...if this is for a survival setting, the button being down there does not count as 7x3....you will need a wire that goes down and makes it larger.  Not including that is just flatout lying.  Some may argue that it doesn't affect the door but really it's the only thing that will trigger it...  This is obnoxiously true with many large "redstone crafters" like pg5minecraft, mumbo jumob, & cnbminecraft.  They put the buttons & levers in the dumbest places just so they can say it's compact.  The second you make it usable & flush, it's not as small as they said. 
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Sam Borgman
+FreeCpRareAccounts1 lol yeah well its because of the unspoken competition thing for building the most compact systems these youtubers are in. Technically the whole machine is what they show you, "installing" it in your world can involve some more blocks to make it convenient, but you could still use it as it is in your world, just go down few steps to press a button lol Its also because they don't know where you want the button or lever, so this makes sense actually, when you know where exactly input is going you can extend the wiring yourself. Think of it like plugging your blender's short cable into a extension cable or a surge protector :)
+Sam Borgman It changes the size though; and they're always like "super compact!!!" even though making it actually usable increases the size.  
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Aren Balian
I just fucking finished it and a fucking creeper wandered into my house and fucking popped. Now it's a mess and I can't tell what goes where... 
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Adam Schick
+Piiigz PVP bad grammar induces smiling/ laughing which helps calm one down
Aren Balian
I rebuilt it and it worked fine?
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Federico Jaralampidis
plz make a fix fot 1.8+
+Kai-Mon Mok I made a fix, and I'm considering uploading it to my channel!
Kai-Mon Mok
+Federico Jaralampidis Not really possible to make a fix. Better off finding a faster, more compact design from today.
At 4:35 you are testing the pistons, unfortunately for me one of the pistons doesn't properly stick to my door material :/ (xbox) I'm not sure what to do at this point. 
Panic at the Channel 17
What if the parts of the floor don't go correctly? I've done it 3 times over and nothing has happened. Same result every time.
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1.5? on what platform?
Panic at the Channel 17
version 1.5
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skylouc 66
Bonjour 😂
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