Crafting Station is a Minecraft Mod that allows players to build and place down decorations, furnishing and more within the world of Minecraft. Crafting stations come in a wide variety of types, ranging from simple tools used for mining, through to full blown machines used to gather precious resources. Players can build as many Crafting Stations as they have space for, and then place all of these in one large area, for a larger Mining Area. This allows players to generate more metal or other resources quickly, minimising the time wasted waiting for resources to be generated. This also means that the entire map will be filled with crafting stations, making it much easier to enjoy the game.
Crafting stations are crafted by using the Furniture Crafting GUI, which is present on every block within the game. By selecting the block, players will be shown what type of block they need to craft – this means that there are no tedious scrolling through the inventory to find a particular tool or item. There are several types of items which can be placed in a crafting station – for example, a pickax can be placed next to a mining pick. Once placed, a player can operate the pickax by clicking on the button next to it. Once a pickax has been placed, players will have to wait until it is ready to pick up the ore or drop it, before they can pick up the ore.
Each Crafting Station will have a single type of block, which can be changed using the block customization utilities. These blocks can be rotated, flip flops added, raised, lowered and any other combination of these actions. A player can add additional utilities by right-clicking a block in place and dragging the file onto the Crafting Station. The options available to you in this regard are quite vast – it is here where the Minecraft Mod comes into play, providing you with over 100 crafted utilities, each providing a specific action.
Crafting Station also allows players to craft a vanity station. This will add a new furniture style to your game room, and will change the look and feel of the room, as well as increasing your mining speed and earning you some extra money! The vanity station will only need one block, but it will be a standalone block that cannot be configured in any other way. You may add additional decorations to the station, by right-clicking it and dragging the tile to the crafting station to place it there. There are numerous vanity blocks available in the Minecraft Mod, including vanity benches and even a vanity wall that will cause all players to look at, when they enter the game!
Crafting stations can also be used to craft armor. Just like all the blocks in the Minecraft Mod, the crafting station can be customized with an armor stand or by placing armor slots in the block part. To activate the block customization utilities, simply place the block in the designated slot and activate the block by clicking on it. When placed in the inventory, the block will have its inventory icons highlighted, allowing you to select the appropriate block for an armor piece that you have crafted.
Crafting stations are a great addition to any mining setup. With one block and one furnishing slot, you can craft as many crafted items as your inventory will hold. Furniture crafted from a Crafting Station can also be sold for profit in the marketplace, if you so desire. The block part can be configured to place it anywhere that the mining grid will touch, so that you will always be able to find an empty space where you can place the Crafting Station. If you enjoy mining but you don’t want to sit down and construct any buildings or shelves, the Minecraft Mod has just what you need!