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My first Factorio tutorial

Post by gepwin » Tue Aug 19, 2014 6:58 pm

Hi everyone,
I have recently become obsessed with Factorio, so I decided I wanted to start doing some Factorio videos.
Here is my first Factorio tutorial A Basic guide to trains
Hope you like it :)

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Re: My first Factorio tutorial

Post by HeilTec » Tue Aug 19, 2014 11:11 pm

Well done tutorial (though nothing new) :)

I also watched and liked Factorio: conquer the world ep1
Hope it will get more views and turn into a series. ;)
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Re: My first Factorio tutorial

Post by ssilk » Wed Aug 20, 2014 7:57 pm

Congratulations to this fine tutorial. :)

I need to add some points to make some things more clear:

- tracks need alway 2 tiles and are fixed to even tile-numbers.
- A wagon/train can be connected with G- and unconnected with V-key
- Using block signals in both directions work only fine, if you - like in the video - have situations, where you want to separate two blocks and one train can be only either in the first or second block. If you have more blocks/longer tracks, there is with block signals no other way than having one-way tracks or single tracks with passing points.
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Re: My first Factorio tutorial

Post by gepwin » Wed Aug 20, 2014 9:22 pm

Thanks every one for the support and all the advice, there is always some new thing to learn about Factorio (that's why I love it so much). I will keep making videos and maybe do some more tutorials after I have learned some more :)

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