Crafting station

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See also: Crafting 101.

A Crafting Station allows players to craft various items. Entering the inventory screen displays the "Crafting window" in the lower-left, and when the player is standing near one or more Crafting Stations and possesses the right crafting ingredients, the bar is expanded with additional item choices. Nearly all crafting stations are furniture.

Basic[edit | edit source]

Pre-Hardmode[edit | edit source]

Station Description
By Hand Items that appear in the crafting menu even when no crafting station is nearby are considered crafted "by hand".
Work Bench.png Work Bench Crafts basic Furniture and building materials. Also crafts some early Wooden weapons and Armor.
Furnace.png Furnace Crafts Bars from raw mined Ore, as well as some building materials, like Bricks. Also crafts Glass and some Glass items. The Hellforge is an upgraded version that adds the ability to craft Hellstone Bars.
Hellforge.png Hellforge
Iron Anvil.png Iron Anvil Crafts Tools, Weapons, and Armor. Also some furniture and other items. Iron and Lead Anvils are functionally identical.
Lead Anvil.png Lead Anvil
Frozen Anvil.png Frozen Anvil
Bottle (crafting station).png Placed Bottle Crafts Potions. A Bottle, Pink Vase, Mug, or any Cup variant will function as this crafting station, as long as they are placed, which requires a flat Furniture item: a Platform, Table, Workbench, Dresser, Piano, Bookcase, or Tinkerer's Workshop. The Alchemy Table is an upgraded version that offers a 1/3 chance of not consuming a particular crafting ingredient.
Alchemy Table.png Alchemy Table Template:Pc icon
Sawmill.png Sawmill Crafts additional Furniture. Also crafts the Loom crafting station.
Loom.png Loom Crafts Silk from Cobwebs, and some Silk vanity items.
Table and Chair.png Table and Chair Any Table and Chair placed next to each other functions as a station solely for crafting Watches.
Work Bench and Chair.png Work Bench and Chair Any Work Bench and Chair placed next to each other functions as a station for crafting Goggles and Sunglasses.
Cooking Pot.png Cooking Pot Crafts a few Food items. The Cauldron is functionally identical, though visually Halloween-themed.
Cauldron.png Cauldron
Tinkerer's Workshop.png Tinkerer's Workshop Combines Accessory items together into new compact Accessories with combined functionality.
Imbuing Station.png Imbuing Station Crafts Flasks.
Dye Vat.png Dye Vat Crafts Dyes and Paints.
Demon Altar.png Demon Altar Crafts some Boss-summoning items, as well as the Night's Edge weapon. The Demon and Crimson Altars are functionally identical. These stations are unique in that they are not placed by the player, but instead generate on world creation in Corruption/Crimson areas respectively, as well as sporadically around the border between Surface and Underground.
Crimson Altar.png Crimson Altar

Liquids[edit | edit source]

A few items require standing near liquids in order to appear in the crafting menu.
Liquids also produce unique blocks when colliding with each other ( Water.png + Lava.png = Obsidian.png Obsidian, Water.png + Honey.png = Honey Block.png Honey Block, Lava.png + Honey.png = Crispy Honey Block.png Crispy Honey Block ).

Liquid Description
Water.png Water Crafts Bottled Water and Mud Blocks. Also crafts Waterfall Blocks and Rain Clouds when a Crystal Ball and a Sky Mill are nearby, respectively.
Lava.png Lava Crafts Lavafall Blocks when a Crystal Ball is nearby.
Honey.png Honey Crafts Bottled Honey. Also crafts Honeyfall Blocks when a Crystal Ball is nearby.

Other[edit | edit source]

These do not use the crafting menu, but produce items in unique ways.

Station Description
Campfire.png Campfire The player holds a Marshmallow on a Stick near the fire to turn it into a Cooked Marshmallow.
Extractinator.png Extractinator Silt , Slush and Desert Fossil blocks are placed on the Extractinator, which causes it to drop random ores and gems.
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