Flux-Infused Hammer

Flux-infused hammer

A flux-infused hammer is a powerful hammer powered by Redstone Flux.





A flux-infused hammer can hold up to 320,000 RF. It can be charged using an energetic infuser, a flux capacitor or similar. It can also be charged by touching a fluxed electrum block or flux crystal block while holding it. It can be charged at rates up to 4,000 RF/t.

An uncharged flux-infused hammer is still usable and will not break when used, but it is much less powerful.


A charged flux-infused hammer can be empowered, increasing its power. This can be toggled by pressing “Cycle Item Mode” (V by default).


An uncharged flux-infused hammer has a very low mining speed (even slower than a wooden pickaxe) and can only break one block at a time. When charged, it has the same mining speed as a diamond hammer, breaks up to 9 blocks at a time in a 3x3 area, and consumes 200 RF per use. When empowered, it is 1.5 times as fast as a diamond hammer, breaks up to 25 blocks at a time in a 5x5 area, and consumes 1,600 RF per use.

When sneaking, a flux-infused hammer breaks only one block at a time.

A flux-infused hammer can harvest the same blocks that a flux-infused pickaxe can harvest.


An uncharged flux-infused hammer has an attack speed of 0.8, and deals 2 damage. When charged, it deals 10 damage as well as 1 flux damage (a special type of damage that bypasses armor). When empowered, its attack speed is raised to 1.2 and its flux damage is raised to 6.


A flux-infused hammer has an enchantability of 25, which is slightly higher than that of a golden hammer. It can receive all the enchantments that other hammers can receive.

When enchanted with Unbreaking, a flux-infused hammer has a chance to not consume Redstone Flux when used.

Unbreaking level No energy use chance
I 33%
II 50%
III 60%

A flux-infused hammer can also be enchanted with Holding to increase its energy capacity.

Holding level Capacity multiplier
I × 1.5
II × 2
III × 2.5
IV × 3

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