Today I will be providing a brief description and crafting recipes for each.
The Recipaedia description for wooden, iron, and cell doors is: "Doors are used to make entrances to buildings. They can be opened and closed by clicking on them. When connected to a copper wire, doors will open and close on the rising edge of an electrical signal. Iron or cell doors cannot be operated when electrically connected."
Putting it in different words, the iron and cell door cannot be opened by hand when electrically connected. I clarify this because a friend of mine found the wording confusing, thinking the iron and cell doors simply couldn't be operated at all when electrically connected!! :P
Here are the crafting recipes [each recipe yields one door]:
|For Cell door, use same layout, but iron rods instead of ingots|
The Recipaedia description for wooden and cell trapdoors is: "Trapdoors are used to make vertical entrances to buildings. They can be opened and closed by clicking on them. When connected to a copper wire, trapdoors will open or close on the rising edge of electric signal. Iron trapdoors cannot be operated manually when electrically connected. They can be placed normally or upside-down, depending whether they are attached to top or bottom side of the block. Upside-down trapdoors will stop falling blocks."
And here are the crafting recipes [each recipe yields two doors]:
Here are some links if you want more info on any of the doors or their crafting elements: