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May 12, 2019 Books 5 comments

No, I mean something like /give @p stone_pressure_plate 1 {CanPlaceOn:[minecraft:"concrete_powder"]}

Something of that sort above, I want the player to be given a stone pressure plate that can ONLY be placed on a certain type of concrete powder (For example light gray color) I kinda get how to give the correct color to the player with the /give command but the CanPlaceOn tag gets confusing when it involves colored objects. Maybe you need something like color:"light_gray" maybe? I have tried a lot of combinations but none seem to work so far.

I can make things be placed only on objects in many cases, but color gets me confused. placing a pressure plate or button on something like dirt, endstone, wood and all that I can do, but colors I don't understand. Also, it does mean the gray with 'a' right? Not 'e'? But around here I do 'e' but in the wiki it always says it is gray.

although thanks for trying, I have looked at that page in the wiki on concrete powder but I only get it with /give

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This Minecraft tutorial explains how to craft gray concrete powder with screenshots and step-by-step instructions. In Minecraft, gray concrete powder is one of the.

Concrete is a new type of Minecraft block added on June 7, 2017 as part of the World of Color Update (1.12). This is the same update which added terracotta and parrots to the game.

Concrete blocks are more uniformly colored than wool or terracotta and can be crafted in the same 16 dye colors. In order to craft concrete in Minecraft, you will have to first make concrete powder then later mix it with water.

Concrete is used for building lots of things in Minecraft. This guide will teach you everything you need to know about crafting concrete and concrete powder in Minecraft.

Crafting Concrete Powder

Concrete powder is crafted by placing 4 sand, 4 gravel, and 1 color dye into a crafting table. The color dye you use will determine the color of your powder.

For example, if you use bonemeal as shown in the photo below, you will get white concrete powder.

Crafting Tip: The gravel, sand, and dye do not need to be in any specific order when making powder. As long as you have 4 sand, 4 gravel, and a dye in the crafting table, you can craft concrete powder.

I have made a list of the 16 color dyes you can use for concrete and how to get them below. Many of them can be crafted from flowers. For more details on dyes, check out the table below.

Minecraft Dye Colors

ColorDye Item NameSource
WhiteBonemealCrafted from Bones
GrayGray DyeCombining Ink Sack + Bonemeal
Light GrayLight Gray DyeCombining Bone Meal + Gray Dye, or 2 Bone Meal + 1 Ink Sack
BlackInk SackDrops naturally from squids
BrownCoco BeansFound in Jungle biomes
RedRose RedCrafted from red flowers or beetroots
YellowDandelion YellowCrafted from dandelions or sunflowers
OrangeOrange DyeCrafted from orange tulips or combining rose red and dandelion yellow
GreenCactus GreenCrafted from cooking cactus blocks in a furnace
LimeLime DyeCombining cactus green and bone meal
CyanCyan DyeCombining lapis lazuli and cactus green
BlueLapis LazuliFound naturally while mining
Light BlueLight Blue DyeCrafted from blue orchids or combining lapis lazuli with bonemeal
PurplePurple DyeCrafted by combining rose red and lapis lazuli
PinkPink DyeCrafted from peonies, pink tulips, or by combining rose red with bonemeal
MagentaMagenta DyeCrafted from liliacs, alliums, or by combining 2 rose reds with lapis lazuli and bonemeal.
Can also be made by combining purple and pink dyes.

Crafting Concrete

To make concrete in Minecraft, you have to physically place concrete powder next to water. The powder will instantly transform into concrete and you will be able to mine it and pick it up.

If the powder falls into water from a height, it will also turn into concrete once it lands in the water.

Concrete FAQs

  • Does flowing water work for crafting concrete?

    Yes. If powder is placed next to flowing water, it will change the powder into concrete.

  • Which tool should I use to mine or break concrete?

    A pickaxe must be used, otherwise the concrete block will not drop. For powder, a shovel may be used.

  • How do I prevent concrete powder from falling down?

    Powder follows the same gravity mechanics as sand or gravel, meaning it will fall down when there are no blocks underneath it. You will have to put something under the powder to prevent it from falling.

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Concrete Powder is a physics-obeying block that was first added in It comes in the 16 traditional Minecraft dye by gravity, like sand and gravel. Concrete Powder looks similar to sand, except that it comes in 16 different colors. Crafting.

Gray Concrete Item ID

Concrete is pretty useful. Whether you want to make a more urban build, create some nice paving or lock your pets in a concrete tomb, this block will come in very handy. But how do we make concrete in Minecraft, and does it have any other uses? Here’s how to make concrete in Minecraft. 

How to make concrete & what it’s used for in Minecraft

Concrete is formed when some concrete powder comes into contact with water, either in a bucket or river. Concrete won’t form through rain, so don’t worry about leaving your concrete powder outside, for whatever reason.

You can obtain concrete powder by using dye, sand and gravel blocks in a 3×3 crafting grid. Choose a colour you like, because this will affect the corresponding concrete block when it hits the water.

Grab a bucket of water or head to the nearest spot of water in order to start making concrete. Once the water touches the gravelly block, it will harden into proper concrete.

If you are unhappy with your placement of the concrete block, for example, if you had to craft it through the river method,  it can be mined using a pickaxe. It won’t leave any materials behind if you don’t hit it with a pickaxe, so always have one on hand.

Concrete blocks can be highly decorative. They are available in a nice array of bright colours, and won’t burst into flame like wool. In addition, its hardness is slightly higher than stone, so can be good for fortification. However, it is important to note that it has a lower blast resistance.

Give your builds a more modern feel, experiment with colour, and try concrete out when you get a chance! Brighten up that death tower, you know you want to.

Also, be sure to check out Skippy 6 Gaming’s video to see his instant concrete device, for even faster crafting.

That’s all you need to know about how to make concrete in Minecraft. For more useful guides, like how to breed turtles and how to tame foxes, search for Twinfinite.

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