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The Smithy is used for crafting middle-class tools and armor. In order to use the Smithy, you first need to craft and place a Refining Forge and smelt your Metal into Metal Ingot, unless you plan to make a Water Tank or Chitin Armor, the only 2 (6) items that are crafted in the smithy without needing metal.


The Smithy is used to craft a lot of items, including:

Full list of items crafted in Smithy

Everything that can be crafted in a Smithy can also be crafted in Tek Replicator

Items can also be repaired in these creatures/saddles with the exception of Argentavis/Argentavis Saddle.


  • Taking an item out of the Smithy while it's being repaired will consume the resources but will not repair the item.
  • While, for some reason, the Smithy's back cannot be placed right next to a wall, this limitation can be circumvented by placing the Smithy first, and then placing the wall.
  • A very high quality item blueprint, such as a Yutyrannus or Rex saddle, can actually cost more materials than can actually fit in the smithy. The only way to use these blueprints is in a Tek Replicator(This problem is not present on mobile due to much bigger allowed stack size), or a very high weight Argentavis with a saddle.
  • The Smithy is treated as a wooden structure and can not be damaged by hands, stone weapons, or non-explosive ranged attacks.
  • The following aggressive creatures can not damage the Smithy:

Painting and Color Regions[]

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The Smithy is not currently paint-able, however this object may be re-mapped to include paint regions in a future update.

For more information on Paint Regions and how to use them, please view the Blue Coloring.pngDye, Paintbrush, or Spray Painter pages.

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Campfire  •  Cooking Pot  •  Mortar and Pestle  •  Refining Forge  •  Smithy

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Bee Hive  •  Beer Barrel  •  Compost Bin  •  Crop Plot (Small, Medium, Large)  •  Feeding Trough  •  Fish Basket  •  Tree Sap Tap  •  Water Well

Stone Irrigation Pipe - Intersection.png Irrigation

Metal Irrigation Pipe (Flexible, Inclined, Intake, Intersection, Straight, Tap, Vertical)  •  Stone Irrigation Pipe (Flexible, Inclined, Intake, Intersection, Straight, Vertical, Tap)  •  Water Reservoir (Metal)

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Bookshelf  •  Delivery Crate  •  Preserving Bin  •  Storage Box (Large)  •  Vessel  •  Wooden Cage

Wooden Table.png Furniture

Artifact Pedestal  •  Crystal Wyvern Queen Flag  •  Dragon Flag  •  Gorilla Flag  •  Gravestone  •  Hide Sleeping Bag  •  King Titan Flag (Mecha)  •  Manticore Flag  •  Mirror  •  Moeder Flag  •  Multi-Panel Flag  •  Painting Canvas  •  Pressure Plate  •  Rockwell Final Form Flag  •  Rockwell Flag  •  Shag Rug  •  Simple Bed  •  Single Panel Flag  •  Spider Flag  •  Standing Torch  •  Stone Fireplace  •  Taxidermy Base (Small  •  Medium  •  Large)  •  Tent  •  Toilet  •  Training Dummy  •  Trophy Wall-Mount  •  VR Boss Flag  •  Wall Torch  •  War Map  •  Wardrums  •  Wooden Bench  •  Wooden Chair  •  Wooden Table

Ballista Turret.png Weaponry

Ballista Turret  •  Cannon  •  Catapult Turret  •  Plant Species X

Wood Elevator Track (Aberration).png Elevator

Wood Elevator Top Switch  •  Wood Elevator Track  •  Wood Elevator Platform (Small, Medium, Large)

Wooden Raft.png Vehicles

Wooden Raft


Howto Adding new crafteble items to the smithy?

I think that post makes you do a new smithy to add the engram doesnt the additional engrams to structure feature offer this withouth having to create a custom smithy, fabricator, etc. Im trying to work it myself but dont know how to.

To quote Akukiyo’s post:

"What exactly would you like to do?

(You can’t add vanilla items to these, without redoing vanilla items and overriding engrams and loot caches/dino drops)

If you want an anvil to make “new” items all you need to do is;

Duplicate all workbench files (core,engram,inventory,structure)
Link all new files and empty the default inventory items and default engrams
Create new items you want to craft in it, add them to the default inventory, and add an extra default engram (set it to 1 if you want them to need the engram)
On those new items, set their default inventory requirement to your new anvil. (I named mine the Super FABricator cause it was not playing well with others)
^ This makes it so the engram knows where to be made, and the item knows where to be repaired
Add the new Anvil to the structure placement list, add it to the master item list, and additional engrams and spawn one in the editor, place it down, and use giveengrams (so you learn everything) If you put in your custom items in the engrams, then they will appear in the anvil.

*Edit - I have a mod on the workshop with a custom mortar and pestle, custom anvil and custom fabricator for my new items i’ve added in, and don’t want to break the core reality of existence every time they add new crafted items ¬.¬"

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Crafting Using The Smithy

Crafting with the Smithy is as simple as crafting from your inventory, with the added benefit that the Smithy can hold a lot more than your inventory. It does function pretty much the same as crafting from your inventory. It has the added benefit that you can setup the crafting and walk away. You do not need to keep the interface open or remain near it for the crafting to continue. This also allows you to set up multiple Smithies and run crafting jobs in each one, allowing you to bulk craft with ease.

Also keep in mind that items created in the Smithy must be repaired in the Smithy. This applies to items made in the Smithy, but not to structures that are made in the Smithy.

In the screenshots below I show multiple Smithies set up together with one backwards to the other. That one I keep stocked for general crafting and repairs. The other screenshots show the crafting interface with the various Engrams, Engram folders, and Engram Details, as well as the various crafting buttons lit up.

Also keep in mind that if you have some Farming going you could try one of the Rockwell Recipes. The Focal Chili provides a 25% bonus to movement speed and a 100% bonus to crafting speed.

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