Crushed Gold Ore is created by crushing Gold Ore in one of three different crafting stations. The crafting stations come with different ratios, labor cost and time cost. The two lover crafting stations also have a by product of Crushed Granite. Crushed Gold Ore needs to be further refined to Gold Concentrate before it can be smelted into a Gold Bar.
Finally, once the rock is fully crushed we get to the part about separating out the gold from the crushed rock. Often, this is accomplished simply by very careful panning. Panning is the most suitable method if you only have an amount of rock less than about 15 or 20 pounds.
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Once the ore has been broken up into fine dust, testing for free gold content in hardrock ore can be done using some type of gravity method. A simple gold pan can be used to sample small amounts of crushed ore, or if a decent water supply is available then it can be run through many types of separation devices.
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Gold doré bars commonly come from two sources; mines or reclamation scrap. Mines almost never excavate pure gold ore. Most ores contain a mixture of gold and other useful base and/or precious metals. Silver for example is one of the precious metals most often found with gold ore, so a doré bar will often be made primarily from these two metals.
A Macerator processes ore - iron, gold, copper, tin, lead, and uranium - into 2x crushed ore of the corresponding type. It does not process as of 2.6.130-ex110 ores for coal, lapis, diamond, redstone, emerald, or nether quartz.
That would make the gold in a one pound ore sample worth approximately 75 cents, and this is assuming that the ore is extremely rich. Many mines can run profitably on much lower grade ores, which might easily reduce the average value of ore down to 25 cents or less per pound.