How to Build a Minecraft Pressure Plate With Stainless Steel Plate

In order to build a pressure plate, you first need a pressure source. 

It has to be a real source of pressure and not a dummy. 

And this is where I find myself a bit baffled by the demand for pressure plates from the consumer side of the market. 

A pressure plate with a genuine, real-life source of water pressure is the gold standard. 

I know, I know. 

You’re thinking: Why would anyone need to make a fake one, right? 

I get that. 

For some reason, pressure plates are a perfect fit in the market for DIYer. 

The problem is, DIYers tend to think about pressure plates more as a tool than as a form of decoration. 

There’s a lot of pressure plates out there, but a lot are not really that useful. 

In fact, a lot more are not even that useful in the first place. 

Let’s take a look at some of the most popular ones. 

 The pressure plate in the middle is actually an old, very useful pressure plate. 

Here’s the pressure plate from the 1950s, when it was the standard for high-pressure applications: And here’s a pressure line from a 1960s pressure plate: This is a good example of what pressure plates can do, but it’s actually just a bunch of empty plates that you can drill into your wall, and you can use them to create a pressure valve. 

This was the kind of pressure plate that you might have found in a local hardware store. 

If you’re not into that kind of thing, that’s fine, too. 

But there are still plenty of great options out there for DIYers. 

We’ll take a closer look at three of the best ones.1.

The M-Series pressure plate The M-Series is the most common type of pressure-plate. 

They’re typically made of a ceramic-coated steel plate and have a solid-state regulator inside. 

To build one, you’re going to need a drill, some screws, and a pressure gauge. 

(For more on drilling, check out How to Make a Pressure Gauge.) 

Here is a pressure-plate M-series from the late 1960s, and this is a better-looking version from 2014: The difference is that these M-plates have a bit more “fringes” on the inside of the plate.

This helps them to fit more easily into the wall and give them a little more rigidity. 

What’s the best way to drill a M-plate? 

Well, you can always use a bit of elbow grease and some drill bits to make sure you get the proper depth. 

Then you’ll need to drill some holes in the center of the pressure gauge to make it easy to fit into the hole. 

After you’ve drilled all the holes, you’ll probably need to sand down the inside to remove any dust and other bits. 

Another option is to simply drill through the plate at a 45-degree angle, as shown in the above video. 

That gives you a nice even depth for the drill bit. 

Some M-plates have a very fine-grained “sanding” tool that you use to get the inside smooth. 

Again, this can be used to get a nice, even depth.

Here is an M-10 from a 1950s time: Here are two M-Plates from another M-20 from the 1970s. 

These are from the M-5 and M-6, but both of these are quite nice. 

Both are good quality pressure plates that work well. 

One M-15 from the 1960s looks like it might be useful.

The M-16 from the 1980s is another M in a similar vein. 

While the M20 might be a bit cheaper, this is one of the better M-14s you can find. 

As with the M15 above, you might want to use a drill bit to make all the hole cuts, since this M-12 is a bit harder to use than other M-13s.

Here’s a M10M-15M-20M-12M-18M-17M-16M-13M-10M from the mid-to-late 1970s: You can get a really good idea of how the plate works by taking a look inside the drill press. 

Not bad for a $10 drill. 

Note that the M10, M15, and M16 are all in slightly different positions on the drill.

They are, of course, slightly different sizes, and the holes that are drilled are all slightly different, but they all fit snugly into the drill well.

Now that you know how to drill and use pressure plates, let’s take on the next challenge: how to build one of your