Crafting a Clock in Minecraft: A Step-by-Step Guide

Minecraft offers a world of creativity and exploration, and one useful tool to keep track of time is the clock. In this tutorial, we will walk you through the process of crafting a clock in Minecraft with easy-to-follow instructions and helpful screenshots.

Materials Required:

To craft a clock in Minecraft, you’ll need the following materials:

Crafting a Clock in Survival Mode:

Follow these steps to craft a clock in Minecraft Survival Mode.

1. Open the Crafting Menu:

Start by opening your crafting table to access the 3×3 crafting grid.

Open the Crafting Menu

2. Add Items to Make a Clock:

In the crafting menu, you’ll see a 3×3 crafting grid. Place 4 gold ingots and 1 redstone dust in the grid to craft a clock. Ensure they are arranged as shown in the image below:

  • First row: 1 gold ingot in the middle box.
  • Second row: 1 gold ingot in the first box, 1 redstone dust in the second box, and 1 gold ingot in the third box.
  • Third row: 1 gold ingot in the middle box.

Once the pattern is correct, the crafted clock will appear on the right side of the crafting grid.

Add Items to Make a Clock

3. Move the Clock to Inventory:

Congratulations! You’ve successfully crafted a clock. Now, move the newly crafted clock to your inventory.

Move the Clock to Inventory

Command for Clock:

For those who prefer a quicker method, the /give command can be used. Here are the commands for different Minecraft editions:

  • Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.13 and newer:
  /give @p clock 1
  • Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.8 to 1.12:
  /give @p clock 1 0
  • Pocket Edition (PE), Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Windows 10 Edition, and Education Edition:
  /give @p clock 1 0

Supported Platforms:

Clocks are available in various versions of Minecraft, including:

  • Java Edition (PC/Mac)
  • Pocket Edition (PE)
  • Xbox 360
  • Xbox One
  • PS3
  • Wii U
  • Nintendo Switch
  • Windows 10 Edition
  • Education Edition

Now that you’ve learned how to craft a clock, use this handy tool to keep track of time and navigate your Minecraft world more effectively. Happy crafting!

Brandon is a finance graduate with a passion for the intersection of finance and technology. In his free time, he's a dedicated gamer, exploring various genres and platforms. Brandon loves staying up-to-date with the latest advancements in fintech while also leveling up his gaming skills.

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