BinaryCraft formerly Storage Silo still by BinaryCrafter



BinaryCraft, originally known as the Storage Silo Mod provides players with a large amount of storage (999 stacks) all from a single block including other items. The block has a GUI not dissimilar to the ME Terminal from the Applied Energistics 2 mod. The StorageSilo has no power requirements though, so is an ideal high capacity item storage solution for those who prefer their game play without complex power systems.

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Storage Silo

To craft the StorageSilo, you need to place an EnderChest in the centre of your crafting table, with eight regular chests surrounding it, as shown below.



A new block has been added as of version 1.2.0, called the CraftingSilo, which is an enhanced version of the StorageSilo, with an integrated crafting grid.



A block that uses RF to repair items with the mending enchantment


Fan Block

The fan block is a passive block that is able to push mobs and players in the direction in which the block is facing. It’s an ideal block to use in a mob farm, to push mobs to their death. The blocks can be stacked in front of each other to increase the push force. The block can be disabled in the config, and the range of effect of the block can also be altered. 

Mob Scaring

A feature that causes nearby mobs to become scared when another mob (or player) is attacked. This feature can be disabled in the config, and you can also tweak the range of effect in the configuration file. As an added extra, you can optionally enable a setting that causes other aggressive mobs that are in range to take exception to the perpertrator.


The mod includes a configuration file that allows the number of stacks that can be stored in a StorageSilo to be configured. The value can be configured between 54 and 999. The configuration file is self explanatory and will be automatically generated with a default value of 999 on first run of Minecraft Forge with the mod installed. You can enable/disable the two blocks in the mod.

How to install:

  • Download and install Minecraft Forge.
  • Download the mod.
  • Go to %appdata%.
  • Go to .minecraft/mods folder.
  • If the “mods” folder does not exist you can create one.
  • Drag and drop the downloaded jar (zip) file into that.
  • Enjoy the mod.

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