heavy workbench terraria guide

The Heavy Work Bench in Terraria is a workbench that is used to create stone and sandstone tiles, copper and tin plating, statues of letters and numbers, living creatures, as well as gems and trapped chests. You won’t be able to progress normally in late-game without this type of workbench. That is why in this guide, we will tell you how to make Heavy Work Bench in Terraria.

How to Make a Heavy Work Bench in Terraria

To craft a Heavy Work Bench in Terraria, you will need 12 wood and 8 metal ingots.

There are currently 9 different types of wood in the game. All recipes that require wood do not require a specific wood type to craft items. The appearance of the heavy workbench won’t differ depending on the wood you use. It is recommended to chop ordinary trees that grow all around the forest with an ax.

As for the metal, you will need iron or lead. The Iron Ingot is the second highest quality ingot from the early versions of the game, used primarily for crafting iron items and armor. The lead ingot is an ore analog.

To get an ingot, you will have to find an ore first. Iron Ore is an ore from the early versions of the game that can be generated on the surface, as well as in the underground and cave biomes. You will need a pickaxe to get it.

And to craft the Heavy Work Bench in Terraria, you will need Iron or Lead Anvil. These are the pieces of furniture used to craft tools, weapons, and armor. It can be purchased from a merchant for 50 silver coins. It can also be crafted on a workbench using 5 iron or lead ingots.

This is it, congratulation on crafting your Heavy Work Bench in Terraria! While you are here, make sure to read our guide on how to get mana crystals.

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