How to make a crafting system in Gimkit Creative (Difficulty 3/10)

Hello Everyone! This guide will show you how to make a simple crafting system. I am new to the Gimkit Creative Forum, so if you have any tips or things to help me on making these guides, please let me know!

What you need: 1 Prop, 1x Button, 1x Checker, 2 or more Inventory Item Managers, & As many item granters as you need.

First place down your prop that you want to make players craft on. I usually use a wooden table and shrink it down.

Next you want to grab a button. Put the button in the place where you want players to be able to craft. I usually put it slightly under my prop. You should then make it invisible, but for this guide I won’t.

Then grab a checker and place it down. Connect the button to the checker using a wire and set it to: button pressed → run check

After this you want to place down a inventory item manager for each item you want to use to craft. Go to the checker and set how many checks you want to do, each one being for one material used to craft. Set them to check for the item amount and set on each check the items that you used for the inventory item managers. Change the comparison value to 1 less than you want to use to craft. Ex: If you want to use 1 wooden wand to craft, set the comparison value to 0. If you want to use 2, then use 1, etc… Then set the comparison to greater than.

After you do this, set the managers to the material you are using to craft and connect the checker to all of them. Then set these wires to: Check passes —> clear item from inventory.

Finally, add a item granter and set it to what item will be the output after the crafting. Connect the checker to the item granter and set it to: check passes —> grant item.

If you followed the tutorial right, you should now have a working crafting system. The final product looks like this:

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always nice to see a new users first post be a guide! Nice guide tho.
note: there a A LOT of crafting tutorials, so you might want to refrain from making these.

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Thank you! I will keep that in mind.

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also, i think this should fit in 3/10, since 4/10 has a little bit of block code…

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Nice guide! Welcome to the Forum!

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Also, @SharkBoi Your name is showing, you might want to cross it out. Nice, though. Welcome to the forum!

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Cool guide!

Also, welcome to the community! Be sure to see the new-user-must-read and forum-tips!

How did you put more then one photo?

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this is a cool first guide!

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Nice Guide, @SharkBoi!

I like your profile picture!

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Nice first guide!

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Nice first guide, and welcome to the community @SharkBoi!

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Shouldn’t the difficulty be 1/10 or 2/10 as this doesn’t use block code?

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No, it’s still complicated enough to be 3/10

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Thank You! I put more than one photo by using the little photo icon on top of the text box. At least, I think that’s how I did it. I then uploaded screenshots from my pc.

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everyone this guide is basically useless now that they added crafting into gimkit.

As @The_7th_Dragon once said, it’s not useless, as some people may prefer alternative methods.

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Here’s the quote.

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