To use the Refining Forge, one needs to put either Thatch, Wood, Sparkpowder or AnglerGel inside. See table below for more information. The Refining Forge also can not be sitting on a foundation that's in water.
Once the fuel and refining materials are inside the forge, you light the fire to begin refining. Durations for the fuel and the refining materials are given in the tables below.
To make the most efficient use of fuel, the amount of refining materials and fuel should be balanced to not waste fuel once the refining is complete.
For common examples:
Can exactly melt:
Each fuel will burn for a different amount time. The table below shows how long each fuel will burn and what a single piece of fuel can theoretically refine (Minimum amounts of ingredients are given in the Refining section).
|Each Fuel||Burn Time||Metal||Oil|
Each fuel stacks to a maximum of 100, except thatch, which stacks to 200. The table below shows how long one stack of each fuel will burn and how much that is able to refine.
|Stack of Fuel (x100)||Burn Time||Metal||Oil|
Each resource takes a different amount time to refine. The following table gives the duration to refine each resource for different amounts of ingredients
|Resource||Minimum Ingredients||Refining Time||Stack of Ingredients||Refining Time|
|Metal Ingot||2 × Metal||20s||300 × Metal||50m|
|Gasoline x 5||6 × Oil
5 × Hide
|30s||240 × Oil
200 × Hide
An online calculator for automating the calculations is available at tristan.games (Just click the industrial tab)
- The Refining Forge is treated as a wooden structure and can not be damaged by hands, stone weapons, or non-explosive ranged attacks.
- The following aggressive creatures can not damage the Refining Forge:
- Dung Beetle
- Giant Bee
- Insect Swarm
- Sabertooth Salmon
- Terror Bird
Painting and Color Regions
The Refining Forge is not currently paint-able, however this object may be re-mapped to include paint regions in a future update.