Compact Iron Gear Assembly (Blue Belt)

Circuit-free solutions of basic factory-design to achieve optimal item-throughput.
Involving: Belts (balancers, crossings), Inserters, Chests, Furnaces, Assembling Devices ...
Optimized production chains. Compact design.
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Vladmirangel
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Compact Iron Gear Assembly (Blue Belt)

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So my goal was to fill 2 blue belts full of iron gears with as little space as possible.
Compact Iron Gear Assembly
Compact Iron Gear Assembly
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Someone could probably make it a little bit smaller by replacing the productivity modules with speed modules. But then again i like that it looks somewhat symmetrical compared to 5 assemblers full of speed modules. The circuitry is just some indicator lights on how good the throughput is at the moment. 3 Green Lights near full, 1 red light and 2 green light at 2/3. then 1/3, then 0/3 which is all redlights which basically means almost nothing is passing through.

It is scalable with the current beacon arrangement if more gears are needed, save up on those beacons and modules.
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50Mb gif showing optimal throughput
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Re: Compact Iron Gear Assembly (Blue Belt)

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this is really good man, it scales perfectly, two of those is all i need for my mega factory's mall. Thank u

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