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Furnace
Furnace (Icon)
First Appearance Indev
Type of Block Solid Block
Tool Used Wpickaxe
Stackable?
Yes
(64)
Obeys Physics?
No
Luminosity
Yes
Transparency
No
Furnaces are technical blocks in Minecraft that can be used for cooking foods and smelting ores.

Overview

Furnaces can be naturally generated in NPC Villages houses, such as Blacksmiths. Before the furnace appeared, smelting was accomplished by creating a fire and dropping the ores or raw food into it. The furnace, when right-clicked, has its own smelting menu where smelting operations can be done. It consists of one field for the object that will be smelted, one field for the fuel and one field for the output object.

Furnace (Active)

An active furnace.

Crafting

BlockCSS
Furnace
BlockCSS
Cobblestone
BlockCSS
Cobblestone
BlockCSS
Cobblestone
BlockCSS
Cobblestone
None
BlockCSS
Cobblestone
BlockCSS
Cobblestone
BlockCSS
Cobblestone
BlockCSS
Cobblestone


Fuel

Fuel Burning Time (seconds) Amount required to burn a stack (64)
ItemCSS
Coal
80 8
ItemCSS
Charcoal
80 8
BlockCSS
Wood
15 43
BlockCSS
Wooden Planks
15 43
BlockCSS
Wooden Slabs
7.5 96
BlockCSS
Fence
15 43
BlockCSS
Saplings
5 128
Tools and Weapons 10 64
BlockCSS
Pressure Plate
15 43
ItemCSS
Stick
5 128
BlockCSS
Fence
15 43
BlockCSS
Stairs
15 43
BlockCSS
Trapdoor
15 43
BlockCSS
Crafting Table
15 43
BlockCSS
Bookshelf
15 43
BlockCSS
Chest
15 43
BlockCSS
Jukebox
15 43
BlockCSS
Note Block
15 43
ItemCSS
Blaze Rod
120 6
BlockCSS
Daylight Sensor
15 43
BlockCSS
Block of Coal
800 Less than 1
ItemCSS
Lava Bucket
1,000 Less than 1 (exactly 0.64)

Smelting

There are two squares one on top of the other. The fuel is placed on the bottom square, while the object wished to be smelted is placed in the top square. This will cause an arrow on the left of the squares to start to turn white. Once it is filled, the desired Items or Blocks will be placed in the adjacent box of the arrow for the player to take.

Trivia

  • Furnaces are only luminous when they are being used.
  • The furnace ID is initially 61, however, the 62 ID is a lit furnace. The lit furnace does not work without fuel in it though.
  • Furnaces, connected to Redstone Comparators, will give off a Redstone signal relative to its fullness (how full it is).

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