Uncrafting Table is an extremely convenient mod that gives players access to a feature that hasn’t ever existed in Minecraft. One set-in-stone rule in vanilla Minecraft is that, once items have been crafted, they can’t be reverted to their previous state. So, if someone crafts something by combining together a whole bunch of resources, they can’t hope to ever get those specific resources back because the item has been made already. However, the Uncrafting Table mod makes it so that players can ‘un-craft’ their items in order to regain every single resource that was used to put it together in the first place.
Uncrafting Table was originally designed by jglrxavpok for Minecraft 1.6.1 who continued development on it up until Minecraft 1.7.2. After that, Jordy141 updated the mod to work with Minecraft 1.7.10 and then it was discontinued. However, as of recently, csb987 has taken over the mod and has updated it to be fully functional with the latest version of Minecraft. Using the mod is pretty simple because all you have to do is bring a crafted item to the table, and you’ll be given the resources back. The mod also takes into account whether an item is enchanted and will return the enchantments back to you if it is.
It’s important to keep in mind that using the Uncrafting Table requires a bit of XP to work. The amount of XP required by the table is actually fully configurable and, perhaps the best part about this mod, is the fact that you can even uncraft items that have been damage. When returning a damaged item, you can either give a small amount of XP to receive a portion of its components back, or you can give a large amount to get back all the resources. Overall, whenever you’re short of resources, this is a great mod that’ll help you get them back.
Uncrafting Table Recipe
Uncrafting Table Mod for Minecraft 1.12.2 Changelogs
- Fixed bug with CraftTweaker recipes.
- Added Chinese translation by Teruzuki.
How to install Uncrafting Table Mod?
- Download Minecraft Forge installer, open it and install
- Open the Minecraft launcher and select Forge in the profile list
- Click Edit Profile and then Open Game Dir, this opens the game folder
- Create a new folder called mods
- Download the mod and put it into the mods folder