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A Furnace is a machine added by Vanilla Minecraft. It is the most basic way of smelting materials, such as ores. It is used in some recipes in FTB, including more efficient and automated versions of it like the Iron Furnace or Powered Furnace.
The main way to fuel a furnace is to place burnable materials, such as Coal or Wooden Planks, in the bottom slot of the GUI. Each fuel type burns for a different amount of time. While burning, items in the top slot will be smelted and the product will be placed in the right slot. Alternatively a Furnace Heater may be used to heat a Furnace using Factorization energy, or a Rotarycraft Friction Heater using Rotarycraft energy.
Furnaces may be automated using many blocks, such as Hoppers, Chutes, Transport Pipes, Pneumatic Tubes, Routers and many others. Usually items input through the top side of the block will go into the top slot, items from the bottom will go into the bottom slot, and items extracted from any other side will only come from the output slot.
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UsageFurnace can be used to create the following items:
- Air Compressor (PneumaticCraft)
- Alchemical Boiler
- Alchemical Furnace
- Alloy Smelter (EnderIO)
- BioFuel Generator
- Biomass Burner
- Blood Altar
- Boiler (Flaxbeard's Steam Power)
- Brick Furnace
- Circuit Fabricator
- Coal Engine
- Coal Generator (Galacticraft)
- Combustion Generator (Advanced Genetics)
- Composter (MineFactory Reloaded)
- Cooking Oven
- Culinary Generator
- Double Furnace
- Draconic Chest
- Ender Generator (Extra Utilities)
- Engine (Archimedes' Ships)
- Firebox (Magneticraft)
- Furnace (Engineer's Toolbox)
- Furnace Generator
- … full list