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Percentages for Bismuth Bronze

These are the ratios/percentages for Bismuth Bronze

Bismuth 10% to 20% 

Copper 50% to 70%

Zinc 20% to 30% 

 

Minimums & Maximums by Nugget Count Against Copper

If you want to use the LEAST amount of the two additives to copper, you would use 2 bismuth, 4 zinc, and 14 copper to get 20 nuggets/100 units.

If you want to use the MOST amount of the two additives to copper, you would use 4 bismuth, 6 zinc, and 10 copper to get 20 nuggets/100 units.

So, you can put in anywhere from 2-4 bismuth, 4-6 zinc, and 10-14 copper.

The big thing you must make sure of is that the amount of nuggets you add for each tool head/ingot add up to exactly 20 nuggets or 100 units. Nuggets is easier to keep track off in my opinion, though.

 

Wiki Source

You can find all the ratios/percentages for casting tool heads and ingots near the bottom of this wiki page, in the Alloy Ratios section.

https://wiki.vintagestory.at/index.php?title=Casting

 

Hope this helps.

Edited by Robert Johnson
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  • 1 year later...

FYI, the handbook shows the ingot is made from other ingots. It should show raw ore in the percentages. Plus when searching the pickaxe head, it doesn't show this percentage split, which it should since it is melted in the crucibles. 

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