You’ve come to the right place if you require a Minecraft blast furnace for all of your smelting requirements. The first step in building a blast furnace in Minecraft is to smelt your used equipment into iron ingots, which you can then use to make other things like a Minecraft anvil or a Minecraft grindstone.
Blast furnaces can be found in armorer homes in Minecraft villages. Any villager can switch to the profession of armorer if there isn’t already one using a blast furnace as their worksite block. Blast furnaces can be used to smelt ores, iron tools, and armor at a rate that is two times faster than a regular furnace.
You must first make a normal furnace in the crafting grid using eight pieces of cobblestone in order to create a blast furnace. Now that you have your furnace, read on for the remainder of the Minecraft blast furnace recipe and some ideas for using it.
Any armorer’s home can produce a blast furnace; these can be found in a village.
Blast furnaces can be pushed by pistons.[Bedrock Edition only]
Smelting Main article:
Similar to furnaces, blast furnaces can only smelt raw ore, ore blocks, and iron, gold, or chainmail tools and armor. Blast furnaces are the opposite of smokers, which are primarily used to cook food more quickly. One iron or gold nugget is produced by smelting each of the raw materials. The block state of an item changes to lit once it is placed in the blast furnace with fuel, and it melts twice as quickly as it would in a regular furnace. Additionally, fuel is used twice as quickly as in regular furnaces, maintaining the same amount of items melted per fuel. The product can then be collected by using the output. A hopper can be used to add materials to a blast furnace and remove materials from it, just like in regular furnaces.
Any nearby villager who hasn’t selected a job site block has the opportunity to change their profession to armorer if a village has a blast furnace that hasn’t been claimed by a villager.
When in use, blast furnaces emit light at a level of 13, just like regular furnaces.
By default, a blast furnace’s GUI displays the name “Blast Furnace,” but you can change this by giving it a different name in an anvil before placing it or by using the /data command to modify the CustomName tag. [Java Edition only].
A blast furnace can be “locked” in Java Edition by setting its Lock tag with the /data command. The player must be holding an item with the same name as the Lock tag text in order to open a blast furnace that has a Lock tag that is not blank. For instance, use /data merge block 0 64 0 Lock:”Blast Furnace Key” to lock a blast furnace at (0,64,0) so that it cannot be opened unless the player is holding an item named “Blast Furnace Key”.
Note blocks can be placed underneath a blast furnace to create a “bass drum” sound.
||Block & Item||
- Blocks Direct Item Form ID, used in add-ons and savegame files
- ↑ Available with
- The block’s direct item form and its identifier are the same.
- ↑ Unavailable with
Block statesSee also:
|Name||Default value||Allowed values||Description|
||The direction the blast furnaces opening faces. The opposite from the direction the player faces while placing the blast furnace.|
||If the blast furnace is lit.|
|Name||Metadata Bits||Default value||Allowed values||Values for Metadata Bits||Description|
||The direction the blast furnaces opening face.
Block dataSee also:
There is a block entity connected to a blast furnace that contains additional information about the block.
- BurnTime: The number of ticks left before the current fuel runs out. Block entity data Tags: Common to all block entities CookTime: Number of ticks the item has been smelting for. As soon as this value reaches 200 (10 seconds), the item is finished melting. Is reset to 0 if BurnTime reaches 0. CookTimeTotal: The total number of ticks necessary to melt the item CustomName: Optional. The JSON text component’s name of this container, which appears in its GUI instead of the default name normally Items: List of items in this container. The item(s) being smelted in Slot 0 of the blast furnace, along with the slot tag Slot 1: The thing(s) to utilize as the following fuel source Slot 2: The item(s) in the result slot. Tags common to all items Lock: Optional. When not empty, prevents opening the container unless the opener is holding something with a name that matches this string. RecipesUsed: Recipes that have been used since a recipe result item was last manually deleted from the graphical user interface. used to determine how much experience the player receives when they remove the resulting item. recipe ID: The number of times this particular recipe has been utilized The smelting recipe’s namespaced ID, as used in the /recipe command, is the recipe ID.
Lit blast furnace “item”
|?||Lit blast furnaces exist as an item.|
|?||Lit blast furnaces use this model.|
- ? – ?: tile.lit_blast_furnace.name
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How to Craft and Use a Blast Furnace in Minecraft
How to build blast furnace?
Return to your crafting station to create the Blast Furnace once you have collected five iron ingots and three smooth stones. Start with your standard furnace in the middle, then the three smooth stones at the bottom, and finally the iron ingots arranged in the shape of an iron helmet.
Can you still make a blast furnace in Minecraft?
What can be smelted in a blast furnace?
Blast furnaces can be used to smelt ores, iron tools, and armor at a rate that is two times faster than a regular furnace. You must first make a normal furnace in the crafting grid using eight pieces of cobblestone in order to create a blast furnace.
Can a blast furnace smelt stone?