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If you're trying to make a block with a huge bounding box: you can't.  You must make secondary "technical" blocks, like the way Beds and Doors do.

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Here is what I have so far, however, I'm having trouble translating from north to all of the other sides:

    private static final float F = 1/16F;
    private static final AxisAlignedBB AABB_UP = new AxisAlignedBB(4*F, 0, 1+2*F, 12*F, 1*F, 1-2*F);
    private static final AxisAlignedBB AABB_DOWN = new AxisAlignedBB(2*F, 5F, 2*F, 1-2*F, 1, 1-2*F);
    private static final AxisAlignedBB AABB_NORTH = new AxisAlignedBB(4*F, 6 * F, 1+2*F, 12*F, 10*F, 1-1*F);
    private static final AxisAlignedBB AABB_EAST = new AxisAlignedBB(0, 2*F, 2*F, 1-6*F, 1-2*F, 1-2*F);
    private static final AxisAlignedBB AABB_SOUTH = new AxisAlignedBB(2*F, 2*F, 0, 1-2*F, 1-2*F, 1-6*F);
    private static final AxisAlignedBB AABB_WEST = new AxisAlignedBB(6*F, 2*F, 2*F, 1, 1-2*F, 1-2*F);

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I find that drawing a diagram helps me a lot.  Sometime I've resorted to lego, placed on a piece of graph paper with the x and z axes marked on it.  Then I physically rotate the lego and see what the new coordinates are.


By the way your AABB_NORTH seems wrong; 1+2*F is bigger than 1 which isn't allowed.



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All 3 coordinates go from 0 to 1. 0 as min and 1 as max means full block size in that axis.


If you want it something in size (6x1x6)/16 your x and z min are 5/16, x and z max are 11/16. Your 1min is 0 and yMax is 1/16 if you want it on the ground.


For a size of 6 the span between min and max must be 6. Min is the distance away from the lower border, and (1-Max) is the distance to the higher border.

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