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Smelting ores

The following table uses live Grand Exchange Market Watch prices to calculate the profit or loss from smelting ores.

Note that smelting iron ore without a ring of forging will only give a 50% success rate. The table below takes account of this by requiring 2 ores to make an iron bar instead of 1.

For all bars except gold (which makes you lose money while smelting), you can calculate the amount of bars you can NOT sell and not lose any money. The formula is (Amount of bars in a smelting run*Profit per bar/Sale value).

Metal Raw materials Raw cost Sale value Profit Profit per Trip Profit per Experience
Bronze bar Bronze bar

1 × 110
1 × 93

Coins  203 Coins  313 Coins  110 Coins  1,540 Coins  17.74
Iron bar Iron bar

2 × 206

Coins  412 Coins  395 Coins  -17 Coins  -238 Coins  -1.36
Iron bar Iron bar

1 × 206
1/140 × 1914

Coins  219.67 Coins  395 Coins  175.33 Coins  4,909.2 Coins  14.03
Steel bar Steel bar 1 × 206

2 × 269

Coins  744 Coins  958 Coins  214 Coins  1,926 Coins  12.23
Silver bar Silver bar

1 × 286

Coins  286 Coins  319 Coins  33 Coins  924 Coins  2.4
Gold bar Gold bar

1 × 313

Coins  313 Coins  108 Coins  -205 Coins  -5,740 Coins  -3.65 with Goldsmithing gauntlets

Coins  -9.11 without

Mithril bar Mithril bar 1 × 287

4 × 269

Coins  1,363 Coins  1,590 Coins  227 Coins  1,135 Coins  7.57
Adamantite bar Adamantite bar 1 × 1187

6 × 269

Coins  2,801 Coins  2,984 Coins  183 Coins  732 Coins  4.88
Runite bar Runite bar 1 × 17228

8 × 269

Coins  19,380 Coins  19,700 Coins  320 Coins  960 Coins  6.4

Smelting ores with Superheat Item

The following table uses live Grand Exchange Market Watch prices to calculate the profit or loss from smelting ores with the Superheat Item spell.

Metal Raw materials Raw cost Nature rune cost Sale value Profit Profit per Experience
Bronze bar Bronze bar

1 × 110
1 × 93

Coins  203 Coins  232 Coins  313 Coins  -122 Coins  -19.52
Iron bar Iron bar

1 × 206

Coins  206 Coins  232 Coins  395 Coins  -43 Coins  -3.44
Steel bar Steel bar 1 × 206

2 × 269

Coins  744 Coins  232 Coins  958 Coins  -18 Coins  -1.03
Silver bar Silver bar

1 × 286

Coins  286 Coins  232 Coins  319 Coins  -199 Coins  -14.47
Gold bar Gold bar

1 × 313

Coins  313 Coins  232 Coins  108 Coins  -437 Coins  -7.78 with Goldsmithing gauntlets

Coins  -19.42 without

Mithril bar Mithril bar 1 × 287

4 × 269

Coins  1,363 Coins  232 Coins  1,590 Coins  -5 Coins  -0.17
Adamantite bar Adamantite bar 1 × 1187

6 × 269

Coins  2,801 Coins  232 Coins  2,984 Coins  -49 Coins  -1.31
Runite bar Runite bar 1 × 17228

8 × 269

Coins  19,380 Coins  232 Coins  19,700 Coins  88 Coins  1.76

Blast furnace

The following table uses live Grand Exchange Market Watch prices to calculate the profit from smelting ores using the Blast furnace minigame. This minigame reduces the amount of coal required by 50% and, unlike normal furnaces, never fails to make Iron bars from Iron ore. As a result profit per bar is higher, but there are additional requirements to using the furnace and it takes more effort to manufacture each bar.

Metal Raw materials Raw cost Sale value Profit Profit per Trip (28 bars)
Bronze bar Bronze bar

1 × 110
1 × 93

Coins  203 Coins  313 Coins  110 Coins  1,540
Iron bar Iron bar

1 × 206

Coins  206 Coins  395 Coins  189 Coins  5,292
Steel bar Steel bar 1 × 206

1 × 269

Coins  475 Coins  958 Coins  483 Coins  13,524
Mithril bar Mithril bar 1 × 287

2 × 269

Coins  825 Coins  1,590 Coins  765 Coins  21,420
Adamantite bar Adamantite bar 1 × 1187

3 × 269

Coins  1,994 Coins  2,984 Coins  990 Coins  27,720
Runite bar Runite bar 1 × 17228

4 × 269

Coins  18,304 Coins  19,700 Coins  1,396 Coins  39,088
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