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Krutoy242

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  1. It woudl be cool if you upload this on codepen.io and give me link, so i can update link in old post. And no, seems like lamps is gone too.
  2. Seems like this small script is gone, removed by codepen robots, and i cant find it in my archives. This script was cutted version of .vox converter. You can use it instead, but will need extra work on output. Your comment is my award! Thank you for using it and telling me this.
  3. Oh, i cant find source file. Seems like i lost it in many other drawings.
  4. Converter is updated! Fixed problem with new version of .vox files from MagicaVoxels 0.98 Added some small tips (red chunks cont if more then 24 for example) Please test and tell is everything working fine.
  5. Well, you was should to ask me directly. I had this problem of mass printing too, but then made temporary solution. I edited standard print3d.lua program and made it work with many printers printing many parts same time: https://github.com/Krutoy242/OpenComputers/blob/master/printAll.lua How to use Download it wget "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Krutoy242/OpenComputers/master/printAll.lua" printAll.lua You must use file with table like my converter do - each part separated by commas. So, your example is fine. Set any count of printers, connect them and don't forget t
  6. I glad you success! To rotate DC you should swap x and z coordinates of each "chunk". For example, change line 8 in printing program to this (not tested, maybe wrong): x1,x2,z1,z2 = z1,z2,x1,x2 Robots will build up this huge construction about week. There hundreds of thousands of blocks! But you can write an "Anthill AI" that can manage 100-200 simple drones to build this in day or so. Still, there is a huge amount of resources. To earn 0.1 million of coal blocks you need to dig up 6 400 chunks, or 1300x1300 field of MC world. You must construct giant "world-eater" harvester =) When w
  7. Thank you! Please read closely first message of this topic, it have all answers. 1) See totorial here 2) Turn it with this converter. MC will need text generated by converter 3) With tier3 OC computer and debug card and this program. 4) They come from nowhere 5) Debug card give you access to admin commands for filling territory with blocks.
  8. Please show me model that you try to convert (upload to dropbox please).
  9. Cool! I will use some code from here. But... This is useful only for one building. What i will do when make new model in MagicaVoxel?
  10. Oh, im glad you succes and my program was useful. There is bug with standart palette in my converter. Simpliest way to avoid it - add custom color in standart MagicaVoxel's palette. This will force MV to rewrite whole palette in file, and it will work fine. Thx for flipping report, i will fix it when update my converter. Sorry, we already whipe out our world, and losed all buildings. But i still have source voxel files and converted tables. If you talkind about "the lab", there is vox and converted table. Also, i would be very glad, if you will find a way to determine how
  11. Oh, you did it and build my DataCenter? 4229 is IC:E metal fence, if i remember. You can see it on screenshots.
  12. As i understand, some block IDs are generated when server created. So, this is OC blicks, like, monitors and server racks.
  13. Can you show example of model and result that required better algorithm? Sometimes, my algorithm define 1-3 more chunks then human can do. But in most cases it works 100% effectively.
  14. Try attached offline version then. MagicaVoxel .vox to OpenComputers print3d converter.html
  15. Very nice! It will be very userful, no doubdt. Also, maybe we should merge our utilities in one?
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