Portable Craft Bench Mod 1.11.2/1.10.2 for MinecraftBy smod ❘ March 22, 2017 ❘ 1,301 views
Have you ever felt uncomfortable to be going back and forth to the crafting bench to make more items? If not, try to imagine you’re on the roof, rushing to complete it with the last slab blocks, then ran out of wood due to miscalculation, you have to jump down, get into the house, ran to the place to crafting bench for crafting or you would have to build a crafting bench right on the roof and have to destroy it after used, what a bother rights? Portable Craft Bench Mod 1.11/1.10.2 for Minecraft will give you a perfect tool to end that misery.
True to its name, this tool is a crafting bench that can be carried in your inventory, you just need to hold it and right-click to use, very easy and convenient.
As you go on an adventure, you may have had left some crafting benches behind. if you are a hard-worker, you may get rid of it after use. But for some lazy persons, they just left it there, hoping to get a chance to use it while getting back, and then ended up leaving many crafting benches scattered throughout the map! Such a waste!
According to a study, every player will need to make from 7 to 20 crafting benches in one play through (actually I made them all up, but it is not so far from the truth). Now let’s think about one single portable craft bench that you can bring to anywhere. And if you don’t have a use for it, it would still be there, convenient right? With such a useful advantage, there is no need for a regular crafting bench. Follow the recipe below to make a portable crafting bench of your own (but remember to install the mod first):
This mod requires Forge installed and compatible with Minecraft 1.11.2, 1.10.2.
How to Install Portable Craft Bench Mod 1.11.2/1.10.2 with Forge Modloader
- Download Forge Installer, Portable-Craft-Bench.jar file.
- Right click, Run as Administrator and press OK to install Forge.
- Open Start on Desktop.
- Open Run.
- Type %appdata% into Run and press enter.
- Go to Roaming/.minecraft/mods
- Put the mod you want to install into mods folder and then run Minecraft.