The crafting table has a 3X3 grid on its top and, on the sides, various tools are depicted (which are unused except for the sound). Among the tools, there is a saw, a hammer, and a pair of pliers. The underside of a crafting table has a texture that is exactly like that of wooden planks. Crafting tables will also naturally generate in village libraries (Before the 1.14 - Village and Pillage update), witch huts, igloo basements, and on the top of pillager outposts.
A Crafting Table can be harvested with any tool or by hand, but an axe is the fastest.
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- ↑ Times are for unenchanted tools in seconds.
- Crafting tables can be used as fuel in furnaces, smelting for 1.5 operations.
- On console editions, the crafting interface can be changed into "Classic Crafting" by going to the "User Interface" in options and enabling "Classic Crafting."
- A common mistake made by players when attempting to create a crafting table are using logs, which are cut directly from trees, instead of wooden planks.
- Originally, the crafting table was called "workbench".
- As of update 1.5 - Redstone Update, crafting tables and furnaces can be pushed by pistons.
- As of update 1.14 - Village and Pillage, crafting tables naturally generate in the little tents surrounding pillager outposts.
- The Crafting Table's sides textures are the same as wood planks, except with the tools on the sides.