I'm looking to reduce the size of a redstone circuit as much as possible, but my redstone skills aren't that great.
Would someone be able to offer some advise?
Currently I have the following circuit
What I'm actually trying to achieve is as follows. I'm trying to have an output that is steadily on, except for 3 ticks (approx) every minute, where it switches off. It's to help me build a auto brewer, but a little different to what I've already found on youtube.
Explanation of what I've done.
- Part 1 is a hopper clock, which will give me an output that transitions from off to on, every 60 seconds.
- Part 2 converts the signal transition from off to on, into a short pulse.
- Part 3 extends the short pulse into a 3 tick (approx) pulse.
- Part 4 simply inverts the signal so it's always on, apart from the 3 tick window.
The output is powering a hopper below my brewing stand, so that it can allow the brewed potions to enter the hopper.
I'm happy for the circuit to extend upwards, if I can reduce the overall footprint.
Any advise (or solutions) welcome.