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"Fire" is an encoded signal used in combination with push and pull elbow operations in a simple construction arm. When a "fire" signal is sent, the construction-arm elbow produces an output glider, usually at 90 degrees from the construction arm. This terminology is generally used when there is only a single recipe for such a glider output, or only one recipe for each glider colour (e.g., "fire white", "fire black").

External links

  • Fire at the Life Lexicon