How to Make a Blast Furnace in Minecraft

The blast furnace is one of the essential items in our inventory of Minecraft. We can easily find a blast furnace in the Armorer’s house of the village. A blast furnace works similarly to a furnace, but it has the characteristic that it smelts twice as fast as the furnace. There are many uses of a blast furnace in Minecraft, which are as follows.

  • Like regular furnaces, blast furnaces smelt tools, armor, and ore blocks.
  • Also, smelts chainmail or gold.

Blast furnaces are a functional block in Minecraft because they can smelt metal and ore objects twice as fast. In Minecraft, to melt iron ingots, the first step is to make a blast furnace. The purpose of this article is to demonstrate how to make a blast furnace in Minecraft.

How to Make a Blast Furnace in Minecraft

If we have proper ingredients, we can make the blast furnace easily in Minecraft. So, the ingredients we will need to make a blast furnace are as follows.

Name Crafting Table Iron Ingots Smooth stone pieces Furnace
Quantity 1 5 3 1

Now we will open the crafting menu by keeping the crafting table. In the top row of the Crafting menu of the 3×3 grid, we will place three pieces of iron ingots.

We will place the remaining two iron ingots in the box on both sides of the next row and put the furnace in their center grid of the same row.

Now, after this, we will put three smooth stones in the last row, and after that, our blasting furnace will be completely ready.

Once the blasting furnace is ready, we can drag it and put it in our inventory list.

In a Nutshell

In this way, we successfully made a blast furnace. This blast furnace smelts objects twice as fast but at the same time consumes twice as much fuel. We show in this article how to make a blast furnace in Minecraft. We hope that you must have understood the recipe explained by us very well and with the help of this you will make a proper blast furnace.

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Prateek Jangid

A passionate Linux user for personal and professional reasons, always exploring what is new in the world of Linux and sharing with my readers.