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This article covers the oven. For the process that takes place in the oven and recipes, see heating. For the cart with oven, see drive cart.

The oven has its own menu in which the burn process can be carried out. The menu consists of three fields: the upper one for the raw material to be heated, the lower one for the fuel and the field on the far right for the end product. As a fuel you can z. B. use wooden boards, coal, tan rods or a lava bucket. Ovens can of course be found in villages.

The oven can be used in many ways and is used for melting ores, roasting fish and meat, burning glass and bricks, glazing ceramics, charring trunks, cooking cacti, drying sponges, etc.

Properties [edit]

  • A single burn process always takes 10 seconds.
  • As soon as a suitable fuel and a suitable raw material are in the furnace, heating begins. First, a fuel element is consumed from the fuel stack. At the same time, a flame symbol appears in the oven. An arrow to the right fills as it heats up. As soon as it is full, a raw material element is converted into an end product. The flame becomes smaller and smaller over time until it is completely extinguished. Then a new fuel element is automatically burned and the flame lights up again in full size. Stoves continue to work automatically, even if the menu is closed, as long as there is still fuel, raw materials and space for the end product.
  • When the last fuel has been used up and the flame has gone out, but the burning process has not yet been completed, the heating progress of an individual raw material element is reset at twice the speed of the burning process (indicated by the arrow) as long as no fuel is added.
  • The furnace also generates heat; H. Snow and ice next to the stove (e.g. in igloos) are melted.
  • When all raw materials have been processed, no additional fuel is burned. The flame that is still there will continue to burn until it goes out. The heating is also not started if the finished product field contains a full stack or some other element. If the raw material is removed, the progress is also reset.
  • When ovens are active, they emit a light level of 13.
  • For heating in an oven you get experience points. You get it when you take the final product out of the oven. The number of experience points depends on the raw material.
  • To dismantle an oven, you need a pickaxe. The contained items are dropped, just like when dismantling a chest.
  • Stoves cannot be moved with pistons and are therefore a handy alternative to obsidian in some technical constructions.
  • If you press the Sneak button () outside the oven, you can place a block next to or on top of the oven without opening the inventory.
  • Ovens can be locked with the command. After that, you can only access the furnace inventory if you hold an object in your hand that has been given the corresponding key name on an anvil. When assigning the key name to the furnace and naming the object in the anvil, it is important to ensure that upper and lower case letters are identical. The standard name of an item (e.g. Iron shovel) does not count as a name, it must have been renamed in the anvil. The command is used to unlock the furnace again. The locking is intended for the adventure mode, because in the survival mode you can dismantle a locked furnace and thus access its contents.
  • If you copy a burning furnace and its contents (with scroll key and control), the set furnace no longer lights up, although objects are still being burned.
  • A single empty bucket (but not more) can be placed in the stove's fuel slot, although buckets do not serve as fuel and have a stacking capacity of 16 units. This can be attributed to the fact that when a wet sponge is drying, an empty bucket fills with water and water buckets cannot be stacked.
  • A user-defined name is retained when dismantling and setting. For example, you can stand on the block and assign the name with the command.

Extraction [edit]

Occurrence [edit]

In the forge of a village there are two stacked ovens next to the entrance. Ovens are also naturally found in igloos.

You can also find a stove in the chests of villages.

Manufacture [edit]

New with version 1.17: Broken depth slate can be used to manufacture the furnace.

Use [edit]

Processing [edit]

Rename [edit]

SurnameingredientsAnvil recipe
Renamed furnaceoven
Repair + Rename New Name

Experience costs: 1

Technology [edit]


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All oven ingredients
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