Cement Bucket

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Cement Bucket
ItemCementBucket.png
Type Utility
Stackable No
First Appearance 1.00


Summary

A bucket filled with a squirming viscous liquid binder known as cement. When poured, the cement flows like a liquid that will solidify into solid blocks of smooth stone 12 seconds (14.4 Minecraft minutes) after the cement reaches a block. Unlike water or lava, cement does not flow infinitely, but rather spreads 16 blocks in all horizontal directions from the point it was placed. If redstone dust is used to apply redstone current to a source block of cement placed in the world, it keeps it in its liquid state until the redstone current is turned off (useful for cement traps + synchronizing flow for mass simultaneous construction).

Crafting

Name Ingredients Input » Output
Cement
Bucket
Bucket,
Gravel,
Sand,
Soul Urn
Bucket
Gravel
Sand
Soul Urn
Grid layout Arrow Stewing Pot (small).png
Cement Bucket
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Applications

  • Fast building
  • Traps

Keep in mind

  • Cement does not act like other Minecraft liquids. It spreads 16 blocks from the cement source block, regardless of any elevation changes.
  • You do not lose or gain any buckets in the creation of cement buckets.
  • Can only be powered by redstone dust.
  • Redstone torches placed under the cement will be lost.

Demonstration Video

Better Than Wolves Mini Spotlight: Cement