Architectury API Fabric is a mod for Minecraft that actually allows players to mine and craft Architectures. It is a fairly simple concept, but I wanted to go over a few aspects of the mod to help you decide if it is something you would be interested in trying. Basically, instead of dropping down resource packs upon visiting an ore biome, you pick up raw resources from the biome that are within an abundance 1.16.5 of your choice of minerals. Once you have gathered up enough raw resources, you then pick up the ore and return them to the ore biome, where they are used to create 1.16.5 the structure or part that you are making.
There are two different types of architecture API’s that you can craft. The first one is Iron, which naturally generates iron-ore. The other one is Tin, which produces titanium 1.16.5. This means that you can mine both of these materials and combine them together to make blocks of any number of structures, depending on your imagination. The blocks that you can make will also be customizable, so you can make something completely unique just by using the blueprint system that the mod has in place. There are also many recipes for all kinds of different machinery as well, including generators, weapons, and even transportation systems.
The iron ore that you are extracting will also spawn a block of metal that you can build upon. When you get close to the block, it will become lighter and you can pick the block up and put it on the block beneath it. You will need to be very careful when moving metal blocks around, especially if you want to put a structure on top of it. You may also break the block you are trying to place if you are not careful enough. The same goes for using the furnace or incinerator to heat up metal and change its state, because that can also break things.
Architectury API Fabric blocks are much more durable than iron, tin, or steel, meaning that you can place them anywhere without worrying about them being broken or damaged. However, the damage caused by a single meteorite hit on the underside of the block is more than sufficient to destroy your entire mining operation. Make sure that you are careful where you place the blocks that you mine, or else you risk causing a severe imbalance in your environment that can affect the entire system.
You might also find that Architectury API blocks are very easy to repair. You only need to get a new bucket and get the rust off of them. You could also use sandpaper to smooth off the sharp edges on the block, which can actually help to deter rots. After you have gotten rid of the rust on the block, you will notice that it will still function the way that it did before, so you don’t necessarily have to worry about it breaking down as long as you keep mining.
Architectury API blocks are extremely durable and very hardy. They can withstand any amount of punishment, which makes them great for a lot of different industries. They are the perfect replacement for iron ore because they don’t break down when exposed to natural elements and do not rust. This means that you won’t have to worry about replacing the blocks that your mining operation uses because they will last for years. The blocks also come with a limited warranty, but this should not stop you from using the blocks for any number of projects that you want to complete.