IC Title DD
Inputs 0 and 3
Outputs 1
Restricted Yes
Added CBX v11.2

A Delay Door that creates and removes a vertical line of specified blocks. Each row is created or removed at a specified delayed time.

Sign SettingsEdit

Quick ReferenceEdit

line 1 <blank>
line 2 [MCU212]
line 3 block-id:color#amount,block-id:color#amount,block-id:color#amount,...
line 4 directionwidth:length:vertical_offset#delay-open:delay-close
green text = OPTIONAL
everything else = REQUIRED


  • Line 3:
    block-id:color#amount,block-id:color#amount,... is a list of the blocks the door should be made of.
    • The block-id is the id number of the block.
    • The color is the optional color number for the block if the block has a color.
    • The amount is the optional amount of rows to use the specified block type. If there is no amount, it will either create just one row or fill up the remaining rows.
    • Rows can be made of different block types by listing the blocks. Blocks can be listed by splitting them with commas ",".

  • Line 4:
    directionWidth:Length:vertical_offset#delay-open:delay-close sets the size and up or down position of the door.
    • The direction sets the door to create the rows going up or down.
      • To create rows going down instead of up, place D infront of the width value.
      • If the direction is not set, the door will be created going up.
    • The width and length are required, but the vertical offset is not needed.
      • The max width allowed is 11.
      • By default, the max length allowed is 30, but can be changed in the through setting the door-max-length=.
      • The max up/down (vertical) offset is between -10 and 10.
    • The delay-open:delay-close are optional values to set how fast or slow the door should open or close. The speed is based on ticks per row.
      • If delay-close is not set, then the door will open and close at the same speed.
      • If the delay values are not set, the default speed is 2 ticks per row.
      • The max delay value allowed is 600 ticks.


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A / 1: On/Off
When the input is toggled on, it will power the door on so that it can be opened or closed. When the input is toggled off, the door will stop and can not be opened or closed.
B / 2: Create/Remove
When the input is toggled on, it will create the door. When it is turned off, it will remove the door.


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Optional ModesEdit




Basic sign setup to create a 3x5 cobble door.

2 [MCU212]
3 4
4 3:5

Cobble Door Going DownEdit

Creates a 3x5 cobble door that is created downward.

2 [MCU212]
3 4
4 D3:5

Red Wool DoorEdit

Creates a 3x5 red wool door

2 [MCU212]
3 35:14
4 3:5

Red Wool Door Raised 7 Blocks UpEdit

Creates a 3x5 red wool door with a 7 block vertical offset

2 [MCU212]
3 35:14
4 3:5:7

Cobble, Dirt, and Red Wool DoorEdit

Creates a 3x5 cobble, dirt, and red wool door.

2 [MCU212]
3 4,3,35:14
4 3:5

Two Cobble Rows, One Dirt Row, and Two Red Wool Rows DoorEdit

Creates a 3x5 cobble, dirt, and red wool door that has 2 rows of cobble, 1 row of dirt, and the rest of the rows as red wool.

2 [MCU212]
3 4#2,3,35:14
4 3:5

A Slow Opening and Closing Cobble DoorEdit

Creates a 3x5 cobble door that opens and closes slowly.

2 [MCU212]
3 4
4 3:5#20

A Slow Opening and Fast Closing Cobble DoorEdit

Creates a 3x5 cobble door that opens slow and closes fast.

2 [MCU212]
3 4
4 3:5#20:1



See AlsoEdit