Iron Gear +
Tin Ingot +
Silver Ingot +
Invar Gear +
Invar Ingot +
Electrum Gear +
Electrum Ingot +
Signalum Gear +
Signalum Ingot +
Enderium Gear +
Enderium Ingot +
A basic fluxbore can hold up to 40,000 RF and can be charged at up to 1,000 RF/t. This can be increased by upgrading the fluxbore to a higher tier.
An uncharged fluxbore is still usable and will not break when used, but it is very weak.
A charged fluxbore can be configured to mine multiple blocks at once in a certain area. When mining multiple blocks, a fluxbore works slightly slower. The current mining area of a fluxbore can be set by pressing “Cycle Item Mode” (V by default) while holding it. The following modes are available for mining multiple blocks, in order of how powerful they are:
When sneaking, a fluxbore always breaks only one block at a time.
An uncharged fluxbore has an attack speed of 0.8, and deals 1 damage. A charged fluxbore has an attack speed of 1.8. When charged, a basic fluxbore deals 4 damage. The damage when charged can be increased by upgrading the fluxbore to a higher tier.
A charged fluxbore consumes 400 RF per hit.
A fluxbore can be dyed by combining it with a dye in a crafting grid. The dye can be removed by placing the fluxbore in a crafting grid.
|Unbreaking level||No energy use chance|
A fluxbore can also be enchanted with Holding to increase its energy capacity.
|Holding level||Capacity multiplier|
Fluxbores come in six tiers.
|Tier||Capacity||Max. charge rate||Mining speed||Harvest level||Max. area mining mode||Attack damage||Enchantability||Note|
|Basic||40,000 RF||1,000 RF/t||6||2||Tunnel: 1x2||4||10||Comparable to iron tools.|
|Hardened||120,000 RF||4,000 RF/t||7.5||2||Area: 3x3||4.5||10|
|Reinforced||240,000 RF||9,000 RF/t||9||3||Area: 3x3||5||15||Comparable to diamond tools.|
|Signalum||400,000 RF||16,000 RF/t||10.5||3||Area: 3x3x3||5.5||15|
|Resonant||600,000 RF||25,000 RF/t||12||4||Area: 5x5||6||20|
|Creative||N/A||N/A||12||4||Area: 5x5||6||20||Does not consume energy.|