|Full name||Sticky Piston|
|Minimum tool level||Wood|
|Reaction to redstone||Inert|
|Affected by gravity||No|
This article is about the pulling and pushing piston. For the pushing-only piston, see Piston.
The Sticky Piston is an upgraded version of the Piston, which can be put in a crafting grid with a Slimeball to make a sticky piston. Sticky Pistons have the ability to pull blocks toward them as well as push them away. This makes it preferable to the Piston in most situations, although not all. It can only pull 1 block towards itself. However, Slime Blocks, if pulled/pushed by a sticky piston will be able to push/pull more than one block towards/away from it.
- The Piston was originally from a mod.
- Unlike other versions of Minecraft, the Sticky Piston cannot pull back a Redstone Block.
- The only way to pull a Redstone Block back is to connect it with a Slime Block.
- The pushing part is called the extension, while the pulling part is called the retraction.
|Crafted Blocks||Brick (Block) • Beacon • Redstone Torch • Block of Diamond • Block of Emerald • Block of Gold • Block of Redstone • Block of Iron • Block of Coal • Block of Lapis Lazuli • Flower Pot • Item Frame • Hopper • Dropper • Dispenser • Lever • Pressure Plate • Button • Door • Trapdoor • Polished Andesite • Polished Diorite • Slab • Bookshelf • Jack o'Lantern • Stained Glass • Stained Clay • Block of Quartz • Chest • Crafting Table • Furnace • Anvil • Enchantment Table • Ender Chest • Trapped Chest • Stained Glass Pane • Slime Block • Bed • Note Block • Sticky Piston • Redstone Lamp • Fence Gate • Redstone Repeater • Redstone Comparator • Powered Rail • Activator Rail • Boat • Minecart • Minecart with Furnace • Cake • Brewing Stand • Cauldron|