The Casting Table is an essential part of the Smeltry. The Table allows the player to make metal tools, as well as Ingots.The table must be placed under the Seared Faucet in order to be used.
In order to make metal tools, A Stencil made in the Stencil Table must be turned into a Cast. In order to create a cast, first create the part which you wish to create a cast of and place it in the casting table, pour aluminium brass onto the objects to create the cast. Casts can be used like any stencil would.
For update 1.5.2; place all blocks in the correct order, follow the instructions in the third book (the black one) for a better description and better understanding. After you have done this, place Brass or Gold in the Smeltery Controller, it will take a few seconds for the items to smelt. When it´s done smelting, you will see a liquid inside the multiblock box, the box of Seared Bricks. When this is done the items will no longer be inside the Smeltery Controller, now press the Seared Faucet, which will be placed outside the box on the Smeltery Drain (if you have trouble placing the Faucet, try placing it from a block out-under the Drain, baisically, look up at the Drain while placing the Faucet.) Make sure that your Casting Table is empty. You should see the liquid flow out from the Faucet and out onto the Casting Table.
Wait a few seconds and let it cool down, then pick it up and you can use it as a normal pattern, exept now you also can create a "ingot pattern".
Making Metal ToolsEdit
After you have created your casts, you can pour any metal into the cast using your Casting Table. Right click on the Seared Faucet above the Casting Table containing your cast, and watch the molten metal pour! After the metal has cooled, you may use your new metal parts in the Tool Station or the Tool Forge.