How to make iron in minecraft?

Build iron blocks in Minecraft using practical and simple techniques. Indeed, it is possible to craft iron blocks on Minecraft by placing nine iron ingots on a crafting table. Then the ingots will be collected by placing the block in a crafting grid. This technique will allow the iron to be more functional, as storage units and construction units. For more details, find out how to make iron on Minecraft.

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Make iron blocks with iron ore

To make iron blocks with ore, here is what you need to do:

  • First, open your oven menu;
  • Next, place the iron ore on top of the oven rack. You can also use the three flames located on the left side of the oven rack;
  • Then, place a fuel source in the bottom slot. For information, charcoal is the most widely used fuel;
  • Finally, move the crafted iron ingots into your inventory;
  • And voila.

Craft iron in Minecraft

Here's how to make iron in Minecraft:

  • To start, place the iron ore in the top cell of the furnace GUI;
  • Then, fill the bottom cell with the fuel of your choice, including: charcoal or even wood;
  • Wait until the middle arrow fills up;
  • Once these steps clear, your iron ingot is ready, to use it, click on it and drag it into your inventory.

Craft 3 Iron Blocks

In another case, you can also make 3 iron blocks, to do so, here is what you have to do:

  • Then place 9 iron ingots in the 3*3 crafting grid;
  • This is because when crafting an iron block, you need to make sure that the iron ingots are placed in the exact pattern;
  • So place 3 iron ingots in the first row;
  • Next, 3 iron ingots in the second row;
  • Finally, 3 iron ingots in the third row so that your 3 iron blocks are ready.

The rarest ore in Minecraft

Once you've crafted your iron blocks, it's time to learn about the rarest ore in Minecraft. Emerald Ore is therefore the rarest block of Minecraft. Indeed, it first appeared in 12w21a. It was added in 1.3.1 update. However, it can be hidden under large veins and usually appears as small isolated ores.


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