Tinkers construct smeltery

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The Smeltery is a multi-block structure in the Tinkers' Construct mod that melts Ore, Gravel Ore, Oreberry, Ingots, Metal and Alloy Blocks, and Obsidian into liquids that can then be poured into casts. 

Use[]

The Smeltery is used to melt down ores and metals to be used in casting or creating Alloys. When smelting raw ore, 2 ingots will be produced from the ore, while a typical furnace would only yield 1.

Steps
  1. Fill the Seared Tank with buckets of lava. Each tank holds up to four.
  2. Put ores/ingots/blocks of the material in the Smeltery Controller (right-click controller to open GUI).
  3. Let the Smeltery melt the material, this will take different lengths of time depending on material.
  4. Empty the liquid metal into a Casting Table or Casting Basin by right-clicking on the faucet. This requires a Seared Faucet to be properly placed on the Smeltery Drain.
  5. Let it cool.

You cannot add material to the Smeltery by manually placing it in the space. All materials must be added using the Smeltery Controller.

Materials[]

These are the materials that can be smelted using a Smeltery. These materials can only be used with the smeltery and cannot be used in a Part Builder.

Automation[]

  • With a Hopper and a Chest, you can also automatically feed in smeltable assets and materials into the Smeltery Controller. Just make sure to place the hopper while shift clicking one side of the smeltery controller. This is extremely useful when smelting vast amounts of Materials
  • A way to automate the smeltery is to have a redstone signal to the faucet constantly pulsing, causing it to pour. Having a hopper under the casting table (which preferably would have an ingot mold), would take the ingots/tool heads, etc. out of the casting table, and could either be feeding into a chest directly or lead to a chain of other hoppers.
  • Another way is to place a Redstone comparator next to a hopper underneath the casting basin or table. so that the two-torch side is against the hopper. It will put out a very small pulse when an item goes through the hopper, which by using a repeater can be wired up to the faucet and perpetuate the process. This does not always seem to work smoothly and may take some work to perfect. The benefit is that it creates much less lag than a redstone clock has the potential to.
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    (This demonstrates how to build an automatic smeltery, but the wireless setup shown uses items from a Tinker's Construct plugin not included in the Hexxit modpack.)

Construction Guide[]

Assembling the smeltery is as easy as following the Mighty Smelting book you are automatically given by the game once you make all of the Smeltery parts. It will tell you the exact quantities of the items needed to complete a working, basic smeltery. The instructions to create the Smeltery parts are located in the copy of Materials and You (volume 1) that you get at the beginning of the game when you spawn. Generally, you want to have several layers for maximum efficiency, as it would be a slow and tedious process of continuously adding nine ore to the smelter, 4 to five is optimum.

Smeltery construction is easy. It's just a floor and four walls. As an analogy, imagine constructing a building.  You must start with a ground level, then you add a first wall layer, and a second wall layer.  The smeltery is no different, except there are four requirements.

Smeltery Requirements[]

  • There must be a 3x3 area of Seared Bricks acting as the base floor. This space must forever remain open for the Smeltery to function properly. Don't place nor break any blocks from this 3x3 area.
  • There must be a Seared Tank in the wall.
  • There must also be a Smeltery Controller in the wall.
  • You must have a Smeltery Drain attached (with a Seared Faucet, and something for it to drain into) if you intend to ever extract the molten ore from the Smeltery.

Other than the few required bricks, you may use any combination of other bricks to fill out the space. Pictured are the bricks used in Smeltery construction.  On the left, the Seared Bricks (which make up the 3x3 floor of the Smeltery).  Immediately after that are the Seared Glass and Seared Window blocks, the Seared Tank  (required for Smeltery construction), the Casting Basin, a Casting Table, and a Smeltery Drain with Seared Faucet sitting atop another Seared Bricks block.

It is important to note that once you add basins and the outer walls, the footprint of the Smeltery can be as much as 7x7. What's important is that the core 3x3 space remain open, and the floor of that space is Seared Brick blocks.

If you need a more descriptive guide, looking up smeltery construction videos in YouTube is a decent alternative. 

There are four steps in construction. "Roll up them sleeves" and get started!

Construction Steps[]

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Step 1. Place the 3x3 ground layer of Seared Bricks. This is the first layer. It's easiest to just sink this into the ground so that it's flat with the surface around it. The rest of the Smeltery will be built above this point.

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Step 1:The dirt blocks are shown as reference for the size of the 3x3 base of Seared Bricks


Step 2. Place the second layer. Note that the bricks for the outer wall sit OUTSIDE of the 3x3 Seared Bricks floor. Two pictures provided to show progress of the build. Finish the second layer by placing a Smeltery Controller and a Seared Tank . I does not matter where in the outer wall you place these items; they simply must be present. You will know if you have completed this correctly if the Smeltery Controller begins to show a Furnace-fire particle.

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Step 2 Part 1: Construction of the second layer halfway complete. Note that the 3x3 Seared Bricks floor is still completely open - it must remain this way.

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Step 2 Part 2: The second layer of the Smeltery is completed. Note that the Smeltery Controller is burning and the 3x3 space in the middle remains intact.


Step 3. Build the third layer. You may use any combination of bricks to do this, but you must include a Smeltery Drain (and Seared Faucet and Casting Table or Casting Basin) so you can draw the molten metal out of the Smeltery.

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Step 3: A mostly completed Smeltery design using mostly Seared Windows. The Smeltery Drain is missing a Seared Faucet and Casting Table or Casting Basin.


Step 4. Add lava to the Seared Tank by right-clicking the tank with a Lava Bucket. The tank can hold four buckets worth of lava(4000mb).

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Step 4: Get 'er fueled up with lava!

Done! That's it. Add as many drains as you like, or make the walls entirely out of Seared Window or Seared Glass blocks (making sure that the second layer contains the Seared Tank and the Smeltery Controller!) if it suits your fancy. You can also make the Smeltery as tall as you'd like, and having a taller Smeltery will allow you to smelt more metal at once.  Just don't fill in that 3x3 space in the middle!

Happy Smelting!

Notes[]

  • Make sure to empty your Smeltery after every use completely, because small amounts of previously smelted materials can block your casting tables or casting basins. The small quantities of molten material will pour into containers and leave them partially full, unable to be interacted with. To resolve this, either break the casting table/basin or smelt and pour in more of the material you are stuck to top off the material.
  • Materials that do not combine to make an alloy can be smelted whilst another previously smelted material is still in the smeltery. The materials will be drained off from the bottom of the smeltery first (i.e. in the order in which they were smelted). For example, if there is liquid iron in the smeltery, melting down aluminium will result in two layers of liquid metal.
  • Standing inside the smeltery is not recommended - it will damage 1 point every 5 seconds, and it damages armors, but doing so will cause your tank to fill with blood.
  • Seared tanks can each hold up to 4 buckets of lava
  • If a Villager falls into a smeltery, it will add a layer of Liquified Emerald in the smeltery; this makes villager farms much more useful in Hexxit.
    • Each tick of damage the Villager takes whilst in the smeltery results in 1 nugget of Liquified Emerald
    • Smelteries can naturally spawn in villages increasing the chance of a Villager falling into it.

Gallery[]

Some alternate step images and configurations to show Smeltery options.

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The smeltery controller
Name Smeltery
Source Mod Tinkers' Construct
ID Name Unknown
Type Structure
Stackable Unknown
Solid Yes
Transparent No
Affected by Gravity No
Emits Light No
Flammable No
Required Tool Wooden Pickaxe
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The Smeltery is a Multiblock structure added by Tinkers' Construct used to smelt ores to double ingots and craft metal parts for tools and weapons. It is also used to create Casts (similar to Patterns) for making these parts.

Recipe[edit]

The Smeltery is comprised of 7 types of blocks. For convenience, their recipies are all located here.

Smeltery Controller


Seared Tank


Seared Bricks

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Smeltery Drain


Seared Faucet

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Casting Table


Casting Basin


Tinker Tank Controller


Starters[edit]

  • Grout - 1 sand + 1 gravel + 1 clay ball = 2 grout; the core material used in the construction of Seared Bricks, which will be used to make all of the parts of the Smeltery.
  • Seared Brick - Cook 1 grout to make 1 seared brick item. This is then used in crafting recipes to make the parts of the smeltery

Minimum materials required for a Tinkers' Construct Smeltery.

2 Grout requires 1 clay ball, 1 sand block and 1 gravel block (or one clay block, 4 sand blocks and 4 gravel blocks for 8 blocks of grout)

1 Grout smelts to 1 Seared brick (Item)

4 Seared bricks (Item) = 1 Seared brick (Block)


Smeltery controller=8 seared bricks (Item)

Seared tank=8 seared bricks (Item) +1 Glass

Casting table=7 seared bricks (Item)

Seared faucet=3 seared bricks (Item)

Smeltery Drain=6 seared bricks (Item)

18 Seared Bricks (Block)=72 seared bricks (Item)


Minimum number of bricks needed for smeltery = 104 Seared Bricks (Item)


Raw Materials needed for number of bricks required for Smeltery-


52 Sand, 13 Clay, 52 Gravel, 1 Glass and 105 units of fuel (14 Coal/Charcoal, 70 Wooden Planks, etc.)

Building Blocks[edit]

  • Smeltery Controller - Interface and control block for the smeltery. Exactly one must exist in a smeltery.
  • Seared Tank - Holds liquid. At least one must exist in a smeltery, preferably with some lava, the fuel for smelting.
  • Seared Bricks - Walls and Floor of the smeltery. At least nine must exist in the smeltery, as the floor.
  • Smeltery Drain - Outputs molten metal into a Casting Table or Casting Basin. This counts as a seared block for the walls of the smeltery, but cannot be used for the floor.
  • Seared Faucet - Attaches to a smeltery Drain. Right-click to pour into the Casting Table or Basin.
  • Casting Table - Insert a cast and pour molten metal to create a tool part. Can also create casts.
  • Casting Basin - Pour nine ingots' worth of THE SAME molten metal into this to create a block of that material.

NOTE: The Seared Faucet, Casting Table, and Casting Basin are not required to build the smeltery. They are added later to be able to use the molten metal inside the Smeltery.

Decoration Blocks[edit]

Glass[edit]

These clear blocks can hold liquids, and can be used in place of the Seared Tank, or for the walls of the smeltery.

  • Seared Glass - Has tick-marks to help determine liquid levels.
  • Seared Window - Blackened corners. No tick-marks. Cheaper on glass in exchange for more seared bricks.

Seared Blocks[edit]

These opaque blocks can be used in place of Seared Bricks blocks for the walls or floor.

Assembly[edit]

Place 9 seared blocks in a 3x3 as the floor/base. Above them, for the next level, leave the 3x3 space clear, but in the 12 spaces around them (corners not necessary), place exactly 1 Smeltery Controller facing outwards, at least 1 Seared Tank (or equivalent), and the rest can be any seared blocks - arrangement doesn't matter. Additional layers of 12 blocks can be added above these for more smelting capacity (9 items per layer, excluding the floor).

Note: The smeltery CAN have a larger (or smaller) base, such as 5x5 (or 1x1) base with 5x5 space above it clear. Same rules as above will apply.

Note: the Smeltery Controller will not activate if placed in a corner. It doesn't have to be at the bottom layer though.

While no other blocks can be used in the construction of the smeltery itself (e.g. you cannot use Glass or Clear Glass in the walls, and cannot use Seared Glass in the floor), the blocks outside of the smeltery (e.g. the corners) can be freely filled in with materials of your choosing, provided the space in the middle of the smeltery is left open.

You will know that the structure has completed successfully when the controller lights up similar to an active furnace. Note that it will remain lit as long as the smeltery is functional, even if it's out of lava or not smelting.

You will also have to fill the tanks with fuel, the most common one is Lava, but Blazing Pyrotheum can burn hotter, and makes it possible to smelt Glowstone, it is also 4 times as fast smelting things compared to Lava.

Creating Metal Parts[edit]

To create parts from certain materials (metals) you need to craft a Cast, and then pour metal into that cast. Metal parts cannot be formed in a Part Builder. Crafting a metal part is a 4-step process.

  1. Create a Pattern of the desired part in the Stencil Table.
  2. Make that part in the Part Builder.
  3. Place the part in the Casting Table and pour either molten Gold or molten Aluminum Brass on it to create the Cast. 2 Gold Ingots Gold Ingots or 1 Aluminum Brass Ingot Aluminum Brass Ingot are required per Cast.
  4. Remove the non-metal part from the Casting Table and pour molten material of choice into the empty Cast.

Note: once created the cast can be reused indefinitely, just like the patterns.

Automation[edit]

Smelteries are relatively intuitive to automate. Items can be piped directly into the Smeltery controller, whereupon they will immediately begin smelting. The Smeltery Tank accepts Liquid Pipes and can be hooked up to a tank containing lava to keep it full. And Smeltery Drains accept liquid pipes for input and output of liquid metal (used without a faucet; if using liquiducts, the liquiduct will need to be in extract mode).

Casting Basins will accept molten liquid from liquid pipes and turn the molten liquid into blocks, which can then be extracted using hoppers or BuildCraft pipes (or alternate transport systems of your choice).

Note: Placing any type of import bus from Applied Energetics on the underside of the basin/casting Table works as well.


A Redstone clock can be used to extract large amounts of ingots (and blocks) from a Smeltery. To do so place the clock in any of the 6 spaces that are directly 'touching' the Smeltery's Seared Faucet and the usual Casting Table with Ingot Cast below the Faucet. Placing a Hopper below the Casting Table will suck the ingots out. Connect a chest to the hopper for extra Storage space. A Casting Basin can also be used but the set up will pour metal into the Basin even if there isn't enough material in the Smeltery for a whole block. A lever on the clock can be used to deactivate the automatic pouring.

Known Bugs[edit]

  • Pushing items into the Smeltery Controller using an Insertion Transport Pipe results in only the first item being inserted successfully and loss of all other items. (experienced in FTB Unleashed v117) This has also occurred on Agrarian Skies 2.1.4 with the vacuum hopper, however has been fixed as of 2.9.0.

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The Smeltery is a machine made of multi-blocks  in the Tinkers' Construct mod that melts Ore, Gravel Ore, Oreberry, Ingots, Metal and Alloy Blocks, and Obsidian into liquids that can then be poured into casts. 

Use

The benefit of the smeltery is that it doubles the amount of material that can usualy be obtained by smelting ore, including smelting 1 obsidian block (which functions as 1 unit of material on the part builder) into 2 ingots that can each be used as 1 unit of material on the part builder. 

Steps
  1. Fill the Lava Tank with buckets of lava.
  2. Put ores/ingots/blocks of the material in the Smeltery Controller (right-click it).
  3. Let the Smeltery liquify the material.
  4. Empty the liquid metal into a Casting Table or Casting Basin by right-clicking on the faucet. This requires a Seared Faucet to be placed on the Smeltery Drain.
  5. Let it cool.

You cannot add material to the Smeltery by manually placing them in the space. All materials must be added using the Smeltery Controller.

Tool parts can also be made with the Part Builder, but without the Smeltery, you get half as much output.

NOTES:

  • Make sure to empty your Smeltery after every use completely, because small amounts of previously smelted materials can block your casting tables or casting basins. (they just pour them partially full leaving you with a Casting basin/table/cast that cannot be interacted with. To resolve this, either break the casting table/basin or smelt in more of the material you are stuck with and fill it up  into your stuck basin/table/cast.)
  • Materials that do not combine to make an alloy can be smelted whilst another previously smelted material is still in the smeltery. The materials will be dranied off from the bottom of the smeltery first (i.e. in the order in which they were smelted). For example, if there is liquid iron in the smeltery, melting down aluminium will result in two layers of liquid metal.
  • Standing inside the smeltery is not recommended, it will damage 1 point every 5 secound, and it DOES damage armors.

Automation

  • With a Hopper and a Chest you can also automatically feed in smeltable materials into the Smeltery Controller. Just make sure to place the hopper while shift clicking one side of the smeltery controller. This is extremely useful when smelting vast amounts of Materials
  • A way to automate the smeltery is to have a redstone signal to the faucet constantly pulsing, causing it to pour. Having a hopper under the casting table (which preferably would have an ingot mould), would take the ingots/ tool heads ETC... out of the casting table, and could either be feeding into a chest directly or lead to a chain of other hoppers.

An Easy Guide to Smeltery Construction

Assembling the smelter is as easy as following the Mighty Smelting book you are automatically given by the game once you make all of the Smeltery parts.  It will tell you the exact quantities of the items needed to complete a working, basic smeltery. The instructions to create the Smeltery parts are located in the copy of Materials and You (volume 1) that you get at the beginning of the game when you spawn.

Smeltery construction is easy. It's just a floor and four walls. As an analogy, imagine constructing a building.  You must start with a ground level, then you add a first wall layer, and a second wall layer.  The smeltery is no different, except there are four requirements.

Smeltery Requirements

  • There must be a 3x3 area of Seared Bricks acting as the base floor.  This space must forever remain open for the Smeltery to function properly.  Don't place nor break any blocks from this 3x3 area.
  • There must be a Lava Tank in the second layer (which is the first layer of bricks that make up the walls).
  • There must be a Smeltery Controller in the second layer (which is the first layer of bricks that make up the walls).
  • You must have a Smeltery Drain attached (with a Seared Faucet, and something for it to drain into) if you intend to ever extract the molten ore from the Smeltery.
All bricks used in the smeltery. Please note that the Smeltery Drain has its faucet attached, though there's no casting table or casting basin below the faucet.

Other than the few required bricks, you may use any combination of other bricks to fill out the space.  Pictured are the bricks used in Smeltery construction.  On the left, the Seared Bricks (which make up the 3x3 floor of the Smeltery).  Immediately after that are the Seared Glass and Seared Window blocks, the Lava Tank (required for Smeltery construction), the Casting Basin, a Casting Table, and a Smeltery Drain with Seared Faucet sitting atop another Seared Bricks block.

It is important to note that once you add basins and the outer walls, the footprint of the Smeltery can be as much as 7x7. What's important is that the core 3x3 space remain open, and the floor of that space be Seared Brick blocks.

If you don't understand this guide, looking up for smeltery construction videos in YouTube is a good alternative. 

There are four steps in construction. Roll up them sleeves and let's get started!  

Construction Steps

Step 1. Place the 3x3 ground layer of Seared Bricks. This is the first layer. It's easiest to just sink this into the ground so it's flush with the surface around it. The rest of the Smeltery will be built above this point.

  • Step 1:The dirt blocks are shown as reference for the size of the 3x3 base of Seared Bricks


Step 2. Place the second layer. Note that the bricks for the outer wall sit OUTSIDE of the 3x3 Seared Bricks floor. Two pictures provided to show progress of the build. Finish the second layer by placing a Smeltery Controller and a Lava Tank. It does not matter where in the outer wall you place these items; they simply must be present. You will know if you have completed this correctly if the Smeltery Controller begins to show a Furnace-fire particle.

  • Step 2 Part 1: Construction of the second layer halfway complete. Note that the 3x3 Seared Bricks floor is still completely open - it must remain this way.

  • Step 2 Part 2: The second layer of the Smeltery is completed. Note that the Smeltery Controller is burning and the 3x3 space in the middle remains intact.


Step 3. Build the third layer. You may use any combination of bricks to do this, but you must include a Smeltery Drain (and Seared Faucet and Casting Table or Casting Basin) so you can draw the molten metal out of the Smeltery.

  • Step 3: A mostly completed Smeltery design using mostly Seared Windows. The Smeltery Drain is missing a Seared Faucet and Casting Table or Casting Basin.


Step 4. Add lava to the Lava Tank by right-clicking the tank with a Lava Bucket. The tank can hold four buckets worth of lava.

  • Step 4: Get 'er fueled up with lava!

Done! That's it.  Add as many drains as you like, or make the walls entirely out of Seared Window or Seared Glass blocks (making sure that the second layer contains the Lava Tank and the Smeltery Controller!) if it suits your fancy. You can also make the Smeltery as tall as you'd like, and having a taller Smeltery will allow you to smelt more metal at once.  Just don't fill in that 3x3 space in the middle!

Happy Smelting!

Gallery

Some alternate step images and configurations to show Smeltery options.

  • An alternate Smeltery configuration. The Lava Tank is in the back.

  • These ores were added to the Smeltery via the Smeltery Controller. These cannot be removed with a pick or by hand or by any other means except the Controller.

Video Gallery

  • Hexxit Beginner's Guide to Smeltery!

  • Hexxit Smeltery Guide 2 (Intermediate)

Sours: https://www.hexxit-wiki.com/wiki/Smeltery

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Overview

The Smeltery is a multi-block structure used in the creation of higher-tier weapons and tools using metal and alloys. It is used to smelt ores, ingots or blocks of almost any metal as well as Obsidian. Alloys include Manyullyn, Bronze, Alumite, Aluminum Brass, and Pig Iron. But beware, if you or other mobs fall into the smeltery while it has liquid in, it causes damage, leaving a layer of blood in the smeltery. This can be used in creating Pig Iron, as well as some alloys added by ExtraTiC. Blood can also be poured into an empty Casting Table to make Congealed Blood. Blood can also be obtained by smelting Rotten Flesh or pushing mobs into the smeltery while it contains a molten liquid. Other liquids can also be obtained in this manner, Horses will give you glue, while Villagers provide Liquified Emerald which is also needed for Pig Iron, and Iron Golems provide Iron.

Materials

The Smeltery is a multi-block construct requiring you to have at least 84 Seared Bricks, or 19 Seared Brick blocks, a Smeltery Controller (not to be confused with a Smeltery Furnace Controller), a seared Tank, and either a Seared Window, or Seared Glass for a single-tiered Smeltery.

As of the 1.7.0 versions, the Smeltery can be any rectangular shape up to 7 blocks per side (not counting corners, as the smeltery does not recognize them).

If you already have access to a Smeltery or are adding additional layers to your own Smeltery Seared Stone may be made and used in place of Seared Brick blocks.

Building

Begin construction by placing a 3x3 base of Seared Bricks. Typical Smeltery construction has the base laid into the ground rather than on top of the ground. 

Add walls one layer above the Smeltery base in a 5x5 perimeter. The corners are not necessary for the functioning of the smeltery and may be left out. Any blocks placed in these corners will not count as a component of the Smeltery. (E.g. drains will not function)

To complete the Smeltery, replace two of the wall blocks with a Seared Tank and a Smeltery Controller. The Smeltery Controller should begin glowing, indicating successful Smeltery construction. Right-clicking the Smeltery Controller will allow you to access the Smeltery GUI. Note that you can only have one Smeltery Controller in a smeltery.

You can continue to add layers to your Smeltery walls. Every layer that you add will give you an additional 9 processing slots (9 slots for each 3x3 space inside the smeltery). The smeltery walls can be constructed out of any variety of Seared Brick, Seared Glass, or Seared Windows.

You will also need to add Smeltery Drains and Faucets to your Smeltery. When you place a Smeltery Drain, it does not matter which side the hole faces. If your Smeltery is a 5x5 with no corners, you cannot place the drain in the empty corners; it must be placed in one of the walls. You can place the drains at any level up and down the Smeltery; however, keep in mind that they will require a Casting Basin or Casting Table placed directly underneath the faucet to work. These faucets will also pour into Buildcraft-compatible tanks and pipes. Liquid metal can also be sucked out by a wooden pipe from Buildcraft or fluiducts (formerly known as liquiducts) from Thermal Expansion.

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How to use

To use the Smeltery, you must first add some lava to the Seared Tank, Seared Window, or Seared Glass (Either manually by right-clicking with a bucket of Lava or piping it in using Buildcraft compatible pipes). This will heat up the interior of the Smeltery to allow you to process materials. Once your Smeltery has some lava powering it, right-click on the Smeltery Controller to bring up its GUI.

The left side of the GUI shows your processing slots, with 9 slots added for every layer of empty space inside your smeltery.

The middle of the GUI is the storage tank where the liquid metals are stored. This allows you to see how much liquid metal is inside the Smeltery, what kinds of metal, and in what order they will be drained (starting from the bottom). In 1.6+ versions of TiC, you can change the order by clicking on the desired liquid. (unsupported in 1.5 versions)

The bar along the right side of the GUI is how much lava the Smeltery currently has left. Having less lava means the ores heat up slower. No lava prevents any smelting from occurring. 

To use the liquid metal, you must drain the liquid into a Casting Basin or a Casting Table. Place a Seared Faucet onto the small hole on a Smeltery Drain, and place a Casting Basin or Casting Table underneath the drain. To activate the Faucet, right-click on it. A Casting Basin will allow you to create blocks. Metal blocks require 9 ingots, but other smeltable materials, like Obsidian or Glass and Sand, require the same amount of material that was placed into the smeltery. The Casting Table will allow you to create casts out of Aluminum Brass or Gold to create other metal items using the casts you have previously made.

Storing your liquid metals

If you want to keep your metals aside for later, or if you have less than 1 ingot in the Smeltery and would like to save it, place a tank below the Seared Faucet, or hook up a Buildcraft-compatible pipe to the Smeltery drain, and you can pull your molten metals out into a tank for later use.

(However, if you have half an ingot of certain metals, you may find it simpler to either just cast a tool rod of that material and then smelt it down later, or to pour it into a basin and breaking the basin for easy clearing of your smeltery)

To get your metals back into the tank, you must pipe the liquid back into the smeltery. The only methods available with just Tinker's Construct is detailed below:

Satherian Method: Place a Casting Channel on the Smeltery Drain, then the tank you want to drain out of will be placed one block up and one block over. The faucet is then placed on the tank and above the channel. [Note: using this only allows for one ingot to be transferred at a time]

ThermX Method: Remove one of the top ring blocks of the Smeltery, and replace it with a drain facing up. The tank is then placed one block away and the faucet on the tank, over the drain.

Using these, it's possible to create a temporary storage buffer.

  • iron

  • Molten metal to Smeltery: ThermX method

  • A storage buffer using Seared Glass

A method gained by also using Thermal Expansion is by using Fluiducts. Fluids drained from the Smeltery are extracted from the bottom layers. Fluids inserted are added to the top. You can use this feature to cycle small amounts of liquids from the bottom to the top of the Smeltery by draining into a Fluiduct (long enough to contain all of that particular liquid) then reversing the Fluiduct to add it back on top of the other liquids or by pointing the other end of the Fluiduct pipe into another drain, or the same drain if on a corner. Repeat this process until the liquid you need is at the bottom. (If you use a Fluiduct and some sort of tank instead of a single long Fluiduct, you may end up cycling two liquids instead of one—one in the tank and one in the Fluiduct.)

If you have the space and resources, a less complicated method is to use filtered Fluiducts to pipe molten metals into tanks for longer-term storage, or a Casting Basin, allowing the automatic creation of metal blocks. This can be used as an efficient method of ore processing, just beware of alloys!

Notes

Be careful disassembling the Smeltery if you have molten metals in it. Removing the Smeltery Controller will delete all of the liquid stored inside of it. (This feature may be useful, however, if you have odd amounts of metals or unwanted alloys leftover). You can, however, remove every other block, so as long as the controller stays where it originally was, you can completely change the configuration of your smeltery. Moving may be a bit harder...

It is possible to have multiple metals within the Smeltery at once, but make sure they are not alloy metals (e.g. Aluminium and copper to make aluminum brass) unless you mean to mix them. You can store molten metals into a Tinker Tank and they will not alloy.

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