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This is a comprehensive list of Block Swappers. For the basic definition, see Basic Machines#Block Swapper.

Design SummaryEdit

Comparison of Block Swappers
Design Thumbnail Max Inputs Smallest Size
[X×Y×Z bounds]
[volume in # blocks used]
Minimum required blocks Accessible Q? Trigger Worst Delay Earliest possible version Comments
Torches Dust Repeaters Regular Pistons Sticky Pistons Top-Half Slabs
A Ingame 1-wide tileable flush 2-block swapper 1 4×6×1
15
3 0 2 0 3 0 N/A Rising: retracted, switching
Falling: extended, switched
5 (per edge) Ticks Icon Unconfirmednot researched Wall, 1-block-wide horizontally tileable
B Ingame block swapper B 1 5×3×3
15
3 4 0 0 3 0 N/A 2 Ticks
Rising: retracted, switching
Falling: extended, switched
3 (per edge) Ticks Icon Unconfirmednot researched Wall, Based on a piston T Flip-Flop
C Ingame block swapper C 1 5×3×2
18
2 2 2 0 3 0 N/A 2 Ticks
Rising: retracted, switching
Falling: extended, switched
3 (per edge) Ticks Icon Unconfirmednot researched Ceiling, Based on a piston T Flip-Flop

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