At present, there are five large-scale machines: centrifuge, distiller, boiler, turbine and dynamo.
@Gregorius has revealed that some large machines will be added in the future, so what machines are suitable for large-scale? I have some ideas:
Electrolyzer: Yes, I mentioned it a long time ago. It can be used for lossless overclocking and multithreading processing of materials that need electrolysis, just like large centrifuge.
Roller: You may need it when you need to deal with a lot of plates, etc. I think you can combine four or five rollers (wiremill may not need, because GT++ does this) into one and switch modes in some way (for example, rolling a plate into a bending plate in one mode, rolling four foils in another mode). They may use RU input.
Crusher: Processing a large amount of ore may be used, similar to other large machines, it has multi-threaded and lossless overclocking,When it works, it produces a very loud sound of rock breaking. for it needs KU has some doubts, because it does not seem to be able to propel such a large piston…
Mixer: It looks good, but it doesn’t seem necessary… Because high-tier mixers are multithreaded, lossless overclocking is less useful (if you don’t think it’s a waste of energy)… Nevertheless, they have more input/output sides, which may be better for automation… Because there are two kinds of mixers, RU and EU, I don’t know which one is good. The RU may seem more energy-efficient, but the EU looks more realistic (after all, the control circuit needs electricity)
Shredder: It may be useful when a lot of grinding is needed… After all, many materials have to be ground to continue processing, I am more confused about whether it should have one or two RU inputs… They should make as much noise as a large crusher.
Matter fabricator and replicator: A lot of iridium and osmium are needed in the lategame, and the ore can not meet the demand, so a lot of iridium and osmium need to be produced by material replication. However, because of the crazy speed of matter fabricator and replicator, it takes a long time to produce iridium and osmium, so I think it can be mass produced by large machines, but also can be large quantitative recycling of unwanted materials
There are no good suggestions for energy conversion machines at present…