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Pakistan Graphite Electrode - Official Feed The Beast Wiki
The Graphite Electrode is an item added by Immersive Engineering for use in the Arc Furnace and the Railgun. When initially crafted, the Graphite Electrode has 100.00% "Integrity", similar to durability. It's Integrity will decrease when it is used in the Arc Furnace; the Electrode becomes unusable at 0%.
Pakistan HOP Graphite Ingot - Official Feed The Beast Wiki
in: Immersive Engineering, Components HOP Graphite Ingot View source HOP Graphite Ingot is a component added by Immersive Engineering. It is used to make the Graphite Electrode, and HOP Graphite Dust Recipe Smelting [ show ]v · d · e Immersive Engineering Categories Community content is available under CC BY-NC-SA unless otherwise noted.
Pakistan Are Immersive Engineering Graphite Electrode Blueprints a ...
In E2E you can use the arc furnace to melt down mob farm armor mats and get basically unlimited amounts of manasteel, terrasteel, elementium, as well as a few nuclearcraft alloys, among other things. It's very useful. JayRod-85 • 2 yr. ago Yeah and fing those half durabilty electrodes go a long way when just using it for that.
Pakistan Fast way to get graphite electrodes? : r/feedthebeast
Fast way to get graphite electrodes? Are there any quick way of making those graphite electrodes for the arc furnace from immersive engineering in sevtech ages of the sky at age 3 because i find the process in using very long and require a lot of coal. 7 11 11 comments Best Add a Comment RogerWilco357 • 2 yr. ago
Pakistan [Bug] Magically repairing graphite electrodes in the ... - GitHub
BluSunrize / ImmersiveEngineering Public Notifications Fork 362 Star 676 Code Issues 128 Pull requests 16 Actions Projects Wiki Security Insights New issue [Bug] Magically repairing graphite electrodes in the enchating table when shiftlicking from stack in inventory #2906 Closed Lorelando opened this issue on Mar 23, 2018 · 4 comments