Download Engineer’s Decor – Mods – Install Step By Step
Engineer’s Decor Decor Mod is a cosmetic add-on for Immersive Engineering. The mod has its focus on decorative blocks and devices helping you to build nice looking manufacturing contraptions.
- Treated wood crafting table: 3×3 crafting table with IE style GUI and a model fitting better in the engineers workshop. Keeps its inventory (also as item), has eight additional storage slots on the left side of the crafting grid. Crafted 2×2 with three treated wood planks and one vanilla crafting table. Quick crafting history re-fabrication (32 last recipes), exact placement, recipe filtered. Shift-click stack transfer into the crafting grid automatically distributes the items to the matching slots.
- Small laboratory furnace: Solid fuel consuming, updraught. Slightly hotter and better isolated than a cobblestone furnace, therefore slightly more efficient. Has internal hopper fifos for input, output, and fuel (two stacks each). Two auxiliary slots (storage tray). Keeps inventory when relocated. Crafted with one cobblestone furnace, one hopper, and seven metal plates. Increased smelting speed when a IE external heater is placed in a aux slot.
- Small electrical furnace: Pass-through electrical furnace. Can pull items out input side inventories, inserts items into inventories at the output side. Internal fifo slots. Automatically bypasses items that cannot be cooked or smelted. Electrical RF/FE power can be applied on all sides. Items can be inserted or drawn from all sides (e.g. with filtered hopper or whatever). Fits ideally into a conveyor belt line/lane. Consumption and efficiency tunable via config.
- Rebar (steel) reinforced concrete: Expensive but creeper-proof. Crafted 3×3 from four concrete blocks and five steel rods. Texture design oriented at the IE concrete, slightly darker, eight (position dependent) random texture variations with rust traces. Also as stairs with the usual stairs recipe, and as tile, crafted 2×2 with four rebar concrete blocks.
- Concrete wall and rebar concrete wall: Solid barrier design walls (not like vanilla walls). Crafted 3×3 with six blocks (the usual wall-recipe).
- Clinker bricks: Slightly darker and more colorful version of the vanilla brick block. Eight position dependent texture variations are implemented to make the wall look more alive. Crafted 3×3 with a brick block in the centre and any combination of bricks and nether bricks around (actually, anything where the ore dictionary says its a brick ingot). Higher explosion resistance than the vanilla brick wall. Also available as stairs, and wall, crafted as usual. There is a reverse recipe to get three clinker brick blocks back from four stairs.
- Slag bricks: Gray-brownish brick, also eight texture variations. Crafted 3×3 from slag in the centre and any kind of bricks (brick ingot) around. Has a higher explosion resistance than the vanilla brick wall. Also available stairs and wall, also with reverse recipe.
- Treated wood ladder: Crafted 3×3 with the known ladder pattern, items are treated wood sticks. Climbing is faster than vanilla ladders when looking up/down while climbing/descending.
- Metal rung ladder: Industrial wall-fixed ladder with horizontal bent rods. Crafted 3×3 with five iron or steel rods in a U pattern. Also slight climbing speed boost.
- Staggered metal steps: Industrial wall-fixed sparse ladder with steps in a zip pattern. Crafted 3×3 with six iron or steel rods in a zip pattern. Also with speed boost.
- Panzer glass: Reinforced, dark gray tinted glass block. Explosion-proof, expensive. Faint structural lines are visible, multiple texture variations for seemless look. Crafted 3×3 with four metal rods, four glass blocks, and one diamond.
- Treated wood table: Four leg table made of treated wood. Crafted 3×3 with three treated wood slabs and four treated wood poles. Guess the pattern.
- Treated wood stool: Simple decorative stool. Crafted 3×3 with three treated wood slabs and one wood pole. You can sit on it, and so can zombies, skellies, and friends.
- Windows: Treated wood and steel framed variant, tripple glazed glass. Well isolating. Can also be placed as roof lights. They intentionally do not cross-connect like glass panes.
- Treated wood windowsill: Decorative block, not a shelf.
- Treated wood pole: Pole fragment that can be placed in all directions. It does intentionally not connect to posts, fences, etc just a straight pole. Can be used e.g. for structural support or wire relay post, where the height of the IE wire posts does not match. Foot and head pieces available. Crafted 3×3 with two treated wood planks and one slab.
- Thin and thick steel support poles: Hollow steel pole fragments, can be placed in all directions. Also with head/food end components. Thin poles crafted 3×3 from three steel ingots (output 12), thick poles crafted 3×3 from six thin steel poles.
- Double-T steel support: Horizontal top-aligned support beam, placed in the direction you look. Auto connects to adjacent beams if facing towards them. Auto connects to steel poles underneath. Crafted 3×3 from thin steel poles in a T-shape (output: 6 beams).
- Inset spot light: Small metal framed glowstone based light source for ceiling, wall, or floor. Light level like a torch. Thin, hence not blocking the way. Allows illuminating places where electrical light installations are problematic.
- Fluid pipe valves: IE fluid pipe styled straight valves conducting fluids only in one direction. There is one check valve without redstone control, one digital (on-off) redstone controlled valve, and one analog redstone controlled valve (more power, higher flow rate). The basic check valve is crafted from 3×3 from three fluid pipes, the redstone controlled valves based on the check valve.
- Passive fluid accumulator: Block with one output and five input sides, that draws fluids out of adjacent tanks when a pump drains fluid from the output port. Implicit round-robin balanced drain from adjacent blocks. Random initial fluid drip-in to allow pumps to detect that fluids can be drained. The accumulator has a vacuum suction delay.
- Small waste incinerator: Delayed, FiFo buffered (forgiving) item trash. Has sixteen FiFo slots that are shifted when new items are inserted from any side. If no slot is free, then the oldest stack will be disposed. Works without electrical RF power, but is faster when power is applied. The GUI allows to save items that were accidentally shifted into the block.
- Factory dropper: Dropper with GUI configurable drop force, direction, stack size, trigger cool-down delay, and trigger logic. Three trigger slots (filter slots) can be used as internal trigger. They emit an internal signal if their item is found in in the dropper inventory (also at least the stack size of a trigger slot). Internal triggers can be combined with the external redstone signal trigger using logical AND or OR gates. If internal triggers match, the dropper will spit out exactly the stacks in these slots. That allows to drop e.g. always nine lapis, redstone, nuggets, etc on a conveyor to feed a compression metal press instantly and automatically after nine of these items have been inserted into the dropper.
- Industrial signs: Danger, electrical hazard, etc.
Crafting table, clinker wall, stool.
Cinema: The crew sitting on treated wood stools.
Electrical lab furnace speed-up with an IE external heater placed in aux slot.
Steel pole supports
Electrical pass-through furnace
Small waste incinerator
Factory dropper / metal press item compression
Factory dropper directional drop
Lab furnace GUI
Crafting table GUI
Small waste incinerator GUI
Factory dropper GUI
Requires installation of support mods:
Install Tutorial: Please follow these 4 steps to install the mod.
- Make sure you have already installed Minecraft Forge.
- Locate the minecraft application folder.
- On windows open Run from the start menu, type %appdata% and click Run.
- On mac open finder, hold down ALT and click Go then Library in the top menu bar. Open the folder Application Support and look for Minecraft.
- Place the mod you have just downloaded (.jar file) into the Mods folder.
- When you launch Minecraft and click the mods button you should now see the mod is installed.
Engineers Decor Mod Download Links:
|File Name||Status||Game Version||Date|
|engineersdecor-1.15.2-1.1.0-b2.jar||Beta||1.15.2||Jun 14, 2020|
|engineersdecor-1.14.4-1.1.0-b2.jar||Beta||1.14.4||Jun 14, 2020|
|engineersdecor-1.15.2-1.0.19-b1.jar||Beta||1.15.2||Jan 31, 2020|
|engineersdecor-1.15.1-1.0.18-b4.jar||Beta||1.15.1||Jan 25, 2020|
|engineersdecor-1.14.4-1.0.19-b1.jar||Beta||1.14.4||Jan 31, 2020|
|engineersdecor-1.12.2-1.0.19-b1.jar||Beta||1.12.2||Jan 31, 2020|
|engineersdecor-1.14.4-1.0.17-b3.jar||Release||1.14.4||Dec 22, 2019|
|engineersdecor-1.12.2-1.0.17-b3.jar||Release||1.12.2||Dec 20, 2019|
|engineersdecor-1.15.1-1.0.17-b2.jar||Release||1.15.1||Dec 20, 2019|
|engineersdecor-1.14.4-1.0.16-b6.jar||Beta||1.14.4||Nov 22, 2019|
|engineersdecor-1.12.2-1.0.16-b3.jar||Beta||1.12.2||Nov 18, 2019|
|engineersdecor-1.12.2-1.0.15.jar||Release||1.12.2||Nov 4, 2019|
|engineersdecor-1.14.3-1.0.9-b7.jar||Beta||1.14.3||Jul 27, 2019|
|engineersdecor-1.12.2-1.0.9.jar||Release||1.12.2||Jul 8, 2019|
|engineersdecor-1.12.2-1.0.9-b3.jar||Beta||1.12.2||Jul 6, 2019|
|engineersdecor-1.14.2-1.0.8-b3.jar||Beta||1.14.2||Jul 2, 2019|
|engineersdecor-1.13.2-1.0.7-b5.jar||Beta||1.13.2||Jun 29, 2019|
|engineersdecor-1.12.2-1.0.8.jar||Release||1.12.2||Jun 14, 2019|
|engineersdecor-1.13.2-1.0.7-b4.jar||Beta||1.13.2||Jun 12, 2019|
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