Grounded Workbench Guide – How to Get a Workbench, How to Craft

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This Grounded Workbench Guide will show you how you can get a Workbench in the game. This is an important utility item that allows you to craft all sorts of weapons and armor with advanced materials

Like most things in the game, a Workbench needs to be crafted. This can only happen if you have the crafting recipe for the Workbench. This guide will show you what you need to do to get a Workbench.

Grounded Workbench Guide

Below we have detailed how to get a Workbench in the game.

How to Get A Workbench

The first thing you need to do is to get the crafting recipe for the Workbench. For that, you need to get Sap. Head on out and look for Sap on the stems of plants. You can get two to three Sap droplets near the white baseball, with the twig hanging from it.

Once you have the Sap, you are ready to get the crafting recipe for the Workbench. Analyze the Sap, and you will get the Workbench crafting recipe among other additional recipes.

Workbench requires three different material items to craft a Workbench. The crafting recipe for the Workbench includes the following items:

  • 2 Sap
  • 4 Springs
  • 3 Grass Planks

The first two items are pretty easy to get, especially considering that you may already have the Sap on hand and that Sprigs can be found in abundance. On the other hand, the Grass Planks require you to have an Axe on hand. You can read our Grounded Axe Guide to learn how to craft an Axe, which will allow you to chop down all sorts of plants.

All you are left to do is to locate a large blade of Grass and chop away to get a Grass Plank. With the required material items in hand, you are now ready to craft your Workbench and start crafting armor and weapons.

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An ardent lover for first-person shooter games, Salik has been part of GamesHedge all through its journey. His love for competitive gaming started with Counter-Strike and Call of Duty, and now can be seen lurking in Valorant and Rainbow Six: Siege.

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