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A cartography table is a utility block found in villages.
- A cartography table may generate in certain buildings in a Village, but only if the village generated following the release of update 1.14.
- It can be crafted in a Crafting Table.
Cartography tables can be used in cloning, zooming out, and expanding maps. If a village has a cartography table but no cartographer, any nearby Villager without a profession has a chance to become a cartographer.
A cartography table can be used to enlarge, copy, or lock a map. A map can be enlarged by combining an existing map and a piece of Paper in the cartography table; A map can be copied by placing it into the table with an empty map; A map can be locked in its current state by placing it in the table with a Glass Pane.
Crafting a cartography table, is as simple as using four wooden planks of any type with two pieces of paper. It can even be crafted within a 2×2 inventory grid (only in bedrock edition).
|(Java Edition) Cartography Table||(Bedrock Edition) Cartography Table|
|Wood Planks||Wood Planks||None||Crafting Table||Paper||None|
|Wood Planks||Wood Planks||None||None||None||None|
- Snapshot 18w44a - Cartography tables became available, but only through the creative mode inventory, and they did not function.
- Snapshot 18w46a - The cartography table's texture was updated.
- Snapshot 18w48a - Cartography tables now generate in some building within Villages in Plains Biomes.
- Snapshot 19w02a - Cartography tables are now functional and can be made in a Crafting Table. They can now be used to copy, extend, or lock maps.
- 1.9 (beta 22.214.171.124) - Cartography tables were added.
- In Minecraft: Bedrock Edition, a cartography table can be used as fuel in a Furnace, and is able to smelt 2 objects (although this is not its intended purpose).