Tool Builder Mod 1.14.2. Surely you all know Tinkers ’Construct, right? Tinkers’ Construct is a very popular and widely used mod in many Minecraft modpacks. One of the very interesting things about Tinkers’ Construct is that it takes Minecraft to a new way of making tools. More than just sticking Stick with materials, Tinkers ’Construct has a whole new system for making a tool. A system with many different factors affects the effectiveness of your device!
Tool Builder is a mod that is inspired by this. It adds to Minecraft a new system for making devices that is quite similar to that in Tinkers ’Construct.
First, the Tool Builder will give you a new choice with the manufacture of tool handles. Instead of using Sticks, you can use Wood Handle (made from Sticks), Stone Handle (made from Cobblestone), Gold Handle (made from Gold Ingot) and Bone Handle (Made from Bone). You will then need to use these types of Handle and then combine them with the material on the manufacturing table. You can also combine Handle types with Leather. The types of Handle that are combined with Leather used during fabrication will make your tool faster.
Tool Builder also adds new 3 types of Minecraft tools:
- Hammers: Build from 2 Handle and 5 materials. Hammers have the same uses as Pickaxe but can also be used as weapons.
- Knives: Make from 1 Handle and 1 material. Small, fast weapon.
- Greatswords: Fabricating from 1 Handle and 4 materials. Big, heavy weapon with a deadly slash!
Tool Buidler also supports 3 types of metal of other mods (if you have one): Steel, Copper and Silver!
- Forge Mod Loader.
How to Install Tool Builder Mod 1.14.2 for Minecraft
- Download Forge Installer, Tool-Builder-1.14.2.jar file
- Right click Forge Installer, Run as Administrator and press OK to install Forge. (You can skip this step if you’ve installed Minecraft Forge)
- Open Start on desktop > Open Run (Or you can use the Windows + R keyboard shortcut)
- Type %appdata% into Run and press enter.
- Go to folder /.minecraft/mods
- Put jar file of the Mod into mods folder and then run Minecraft. Done!