How to Build and Use Blast Furnaces | Valheim

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This is a guide on building the Blast Furnace structure from the Valheim game. Read more to find out what you need to build the Blast Furnace and how to use it!

How to Build a Blast Furnace

Blast Furnace
Crafting Station Artisan Table
Materials Fine Wood x20
Iron x10
Stone x20
Surtling Core x5

How to Get Required Materials

Item Name How to Get
Chop Birch trees.
Obtained by smelting Scrap Iron.
Picked up from the ground or mined from rocks using a pickaxe.
Obtained from Dungeons and Surtlings.

How to Use a Blast Furnace

Place this on the ground to use it. Functions like the smelter, but is used for Black Metal.

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Craftable Materials

Item Name Crafting Station Type Materials Needed
Black Metal Blast Furnace Black Metal Scrap x1
Coal x2

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