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== Obtaining ==
 
== Obtaining ==
  
Flux is obtained by crushing [[Borax]] or Fluxstone with a [[Hammer]]
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Flux is obtained by crushing [[Borax]] or Fluxstone with a [[Hammer]].
 
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== Use ==
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== Usage ==
  
 
=== [[Anvil#Welding|Welding]] ===
 
=== [[Anvil#Welding|Welding]] ===
  
Flux is required in the anvil in order to weld [[Ingot]]s into [[Double Ingot]]s, [[Metal Sheet]]s into [[Metal Double Sheet]]s and for moving from Stage 1 to Stage 2 of production in [[Armorsmithing]].
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Flux is required in the anvil in order to weld [[Ingot]]s into [[Double Ingot]]s, [[Metal Sheet]]s into [[Metal Double Sheet]]s and for moving from Stage 1 to Stage 2 in the smithing of [[Armor]].
  
 
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In order to process iron [[ore]], the blast furnace requires an equal amount of flux for each individual ore piece to be thrown in at the same time.
 
In order to process iron [[ore]], the blast furnace requires an equal amount of flux for each individual ore piece to be thrown in at the same time.
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== History ==
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{{History|b}}
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{{History||v1h|Limestone, dolomite, chalk and marble can be turned into flux. Recipe is hammer + cobble}}
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{{History||v2 Build 7|Flux will now be used when welding}}
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{{History||v2 Build 15|Fluxes should again use the correct rock types}}
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{{History||v2 Build 17|Borax can now be used as a flux. It yields 6 flux.}}
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{{History||v2 Build 26|Flux can now be processed from borax using a Stone Hammer, however the hammer will be lost in the process}}
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{{History||77.6|The Blast furnace now properly only accepts ore at a 1:1 ratio with flux. It will no longer suck up any ore unless there is flux present as well.}}
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{{History||77.10|Should be possible to place a stack of flux in an anvil now.}}
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{{History||78.0|Fixed shift clicking of flux into an anvil to do the whole stack instead of just one.}}
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{{History|foot}}
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[[Category:Raw Material]]

Revision as of 05:35, 7 June 2014

Flux
Flux.png
Flux
Stackable

Yes, 64

Size

Tiny

Weight

Light

ItemID

terrafirmacraft:item.16895

Obtaining

Flux is obtained by crushing Borax or Fluxstone with a Hammer.

Borax Fluxstone
Flux6
Grid layout Arrow (small).png
Stone Hammer Borax
Grid layout Shapeless.png
Flux2
Grid layout Arrow (small).png
Stone Hammer Rock (Chalk)
Grid layout Shapeless.png
Fluxstone
Grid Rock (Chalk).png Grid Rock (Dolomite).png Grid Rock (Limestone).png Grid Rock (Marble).png
Chalk Dolomite Limestone Marble

Usage

Welding

Flux is required in the anvil in order to weld Ingots into Double Ingots, Metal Sheets into Metal Double Sheets and for moving from Stage 1 to Stage 2 in the smithing of Armor.

Mortar

Sand Grid layout Arrow (small).png Mortar16
Flux
File:Grid Wooden Bucket (Water).png

Lime Water

Flux File:Grid Wooden Bucket (Lime Water).png
Grid layout Arrow (small).png
File:Grid Wooden Bucket (Water).png
Grid layout Shapeless.png

Blast Furnace

In order to process iron ore, the blast furnace requires an equal amount of flux for each individual ore piece to be thrown in at the same time.

History

Beta
v1hLimestone, dolomite, chalk and marble can be turned into flux. Recipe is hammer + cobble
v2 Build 7Flux will now be used when welding
v2 Build 15Fluxes should again use the correct rock types
v2 Build 17Borax can now be used as a flux. It yields 6 flux.
v2 Build 26Flux can now be processed from borax using a Stone Hammer, however the hammer will be lost in the process
77.6The Blast furnace now properly only accepts ore at a 1:1 ratio with flux. It will no longer suck up any ore unless there is flux present as well.
77.10Should be possible to place a stack of flux in an anvil now.
78.0Fixed shift clicking of flux into an anvil to do the whole stack instead of just one.


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