In this tutorial, you will learn how to make sticky pistons in Minecraft.
A Minecraft sticky piston is a mechanism block that is similar to a Minecraft piston in that it can push a block or a player when activated with redstone. However, a sticky piston pulls the block back when the redstone signal is turned off.
- 1 Available Platforms
- 2 Required To Make A Sticky Piston
- 3 Steps To Make A Sticky Piston
- 4 Minecraft Sticky Piston Command
- 5 FAQ’s
- 6 How To Make Sticky Pistons In Minecraft Video Tutorial
- 7 More Mechanism Recipes
|Java Edition||Windows, Mac & Linux PC’s||Yes|
|Bedrock Edition||Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android, Fire OS, Windows 10 PC’s||Yes|
|Education Edition||Mac, iOs 12, Windows 10 PC’s||Yes|
|PlayStation Edition||PS3 & PS4||Yes|
Required To Make A Sticky Piston
- 1 Slimeball
- 1 Piston
Steps To Make A Sticky Piston
1. Open Your Crafting Menu
To make a sticky piston, you first need to open your artboard in Minecraft. You should see the same grid as in the image below.
2. Add The Slime Ball And Piston To The Menu
On the craft table, add the slime ball and plunger to the grid.
You need to add the items to the grid exactly as shown in the image below. In the 1st row, place 1 ball of slime in the 2nd box. In the second row, place 1 piston in the second box. This is the recipe for a sticky piston from Minecraft.
Once you’ve added the items to the crafting grid as described above, you’ll see the sticky piston in the box on the right.
3. Move The Sticky Piston To Your Inventory
Now drag the sticky plunger to your inventory so you can use it.
That is! A Minecraft sticky piston is a mechanism block that is similar to a Minecraft piston in that it can push a block or a player when activated with redstone. However, a sticky piston pulls the block back when the redstone signal is turned off.
Minecraft Sticky Piston Command
You can also use Give Command to create sticky pistons in Minecraft. The sticky piston command is available in the following editions:
- Java edition
- Pocket edition
- Xbox One
- Nintendo Switch
- Windows 10 Edition
- Educational Edition
To run the sticky piston command in Minecraft, open your chat window and enter the command below depending on the version you have.
Java Edition 1.13 and higher sticky piston command
/give @p sticky_piston 1
PE, Xbox One, Switch, Win 10, Education Edition
/give @p sticky_piston 1 0
1. How do you craft a sticky piston?
In the crafting menu, you should see a crafting area that is made up of a 3×3 crafting grid. To make a sticky piston, place 1 slimeball and 1 piston in the 3×3 crafting grid.
2. Can u make sticky Pistons with honey?
sticky pistons can also be crafted with honey.
3. How do you make a piston in Minecraft survival?
To make a piston, place 3 wood planks, 4 cobblestones, 1 iron ingot, and 1 redstone in the 3×3 crafting grid. When crafting with wood planks, you can use any kind of wood planks, such as oak, spruce, birch, jungle, acacia, dark oak, crimson, or warped planks.
4. How do you make a piston in Minecraft in Java?
To make a piston, place 3 wood planks in the first row, 4 cobblestones on either side of the second and third row, 1 iron ingot in the center, and 1 redstone underneath it in the 3×3 crafting grid. Then simply click it and move it to your inventory.
5. How do you make two sticky pistons work?
The proper sequence is to first pull the block (retract middle piston), then pull the middle piston (retract bottom piston), then extend and retract middle piston to pull the block the rest of the way. Or in your case, just use sand or gravel.
6. How do you activate sticky pistons?
This can be from a lever, a button, an observer or just a redstone block. Placing a redstone block under or beside the piston will leave it activated permanently.
How To Make Sticky Pistons In Minecraft Video Tutorial
In this video, watch how we show you how to make sticky pistons in Minecraft and show you some examples of sticky plungers in use.