How to Make a Water Elevator in Minecraft

How to Make a Water Elevator in Minecraft

Transportation is essential when it to Minecraft. There are two different types of transportation when you think about it. The first is horizontal with horse or mine cart system, but the second is vertical transport with elevator. There are many different ways to make an elevator out of red stone, but there is only one right way to get it out of the water. This tutorial will show you how to do it.

Minecraft Water Elevator equipment

  • Glass
  • Bucket of water
  • the door
  • Clip
  • Soul Sand (to go up)
  • Magma Block (to go down)

How to build a Water Elevator in a Minecraft


In short:

To build a Water Elevator, you need to have two columns of blocks, so that there is a space between them. After making sure it is closed, install some doors to prevent water from flowing out, fill the column with water, then turn all the flowing water into source blocks, and finally the ones under your calipers. Replace the block with soul sand to make bubbles upwards. And a magma block to create bubbles at the bottom.

Step-by-step guide (with photos):


Here's a step-by-step guide to building a Water Elevator in Minecraft.


Step 1) Before you build your water elevator, the first thing you want to do is assemble your glass. It doesn't matter how much glass you have, but the recommended amount is to find out how high your elevator has to go. Multiply this number by four. For example, if you want the elevator to go up to seven blocks, get 28 blocks of glass.

Step 2) Now that you have a glass, you want to get a bucket of water. Just make a bucket and collect water with it.

Step 3) When you are on the water, dive into it. This is where you will find the kelp if the body of water is the sea.

Step 4) Finally, go down. From here you will find the sand and magma blocks of the soul that you will need. These two blocks will explode somewhere below, so just go and find them.

Step 5) Now that you have assembled all the materials, when you build the Water Elevator, first of all you want to build your glass wall. This requires a hollow block between the four columns that you need to create. It depends on how far you want to travel with your elevator. Make sure you leave two block long holes in one side of the column. This is where you enter your elevator.
How to Make a Water Elevator in Minecraft



Step 6) Now, go to your elevator. With your back to the elevator, keep your door open. This will stop the flow of water outside the elevator.
How to Make a Water Elevator in Minecraft



Step 7) What you want to do now is fill the elevator with the block above the bucket of water. This will cause water to flow between the glass blocks of your elevator. The problem with this method is that every water block needs to be a source block. Here's how to fix it with a clip.
How to Make a Water Elevator in Minecraft



Step 8) Fill your water with kelp. Having a clip will make every flowing water block a source block.
How to Make a Water Elevator in Minecraft



Step 9) Now all you have to do is replace the block just below the elevator with soul sand or magma block. Replacing the block with the soul sand at the bottom will push you uphill.

Replacing the lower block with the magma block will pull you downhill.

How to Make a Water Elevator in Minecraft



Frequently Asked Questions

Q1 What are the different types of elevators in Minecraft?

A. Minecraft has two types of elevators: red stone elevator and water elevator.

Q2 What is the maximum distance a player can travel via elevator?

A. Your elevator can go as long as you want. Being under the sand and magma blocks of the soul, you will not sink into it. Feel free to make it as long as you want.

Result

Water Elevators are great when you need to go up and down your base. You can also use them to go down in your mine shaft or to your secret base in the sky. Building a Water Elevator is a great way to travel in the world of your Minecraft and it doesn't take as much material and knowledge as building a Redstone elevator.

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