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Making Gold bars at the Blast Furnace gives the best Smithing XP per hour in the game, and the OSRS gold bars per hour you can get would be up to 5.6K. Making Gold bars is very simple since you just need to bring Gold ore. But instead of a Coal bag, you’ll need to have Goldsmithing gauntlets.What are the benefits of using the blast furnace in OSRS?
The Blast Furnace is a great method to get fast Smithing XP in OSRS, but it is also a great low-requirement RuneScape money maker. The beauty of the Blast Furnace is that it only needs half the normal coal that is required for making bars, but you can still make a lot of bars per hour.How do you use the Blast Furnace?
Smelting a single type of ore into bars is the simplest method of using the Blast Furnace. Each bar has an optimal pattern to minimise the amount of running to the bank. Following these patterns you should never have to run back to the bank with ores, and never have to make a trip just to pick up bars.What are the requirements for the Blast Furnace?
The Blast Furnace requires half the amount of coal normally required for a furnace or Superheat Item spell. Although the Blast Furnace does not involve combat, players may take damage while using the pump if the furnace's heat level rises to an extreme level, as indicated by the red zone on the furnace's temperature gauge.