Make-X

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Make-X is a function interface that facilitates the player in creating items.

When a player right-clicks on an item in their inventory, and selects make (if it is an option) or if a player uses an item in their inventory on another item in their inventory, the interface window will appear, displaying a number of controls and details including:

  1. Which item the player will be making
  2. The tooltip of the item, including any equipment stats (on mouseover of name)
  3. The level required to make the item
  4. All required materials and their required quantities
  5. The Grand Exchange value of the item being made
  6. The high level alchemy value of the item being made
  7. On the left, a display of items under the same category (in the image, the category is leather armour).
  8. An adjustable slide bar displaying how many of the item the player will make

Right-clicking the number will allow the player to type in the number of items they wish to make from their inventory. The spacebar can be pressed to begin without clicking the interface.

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The process will stop when the player produces the specified number of items unless they select "cancel" or click on the mini-map/anywhere else in the game window. Production also stops if the player is attacked.

Applicable skills[edit | edit source]

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These are the skills that use the make interface and the respective tabs.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Arc[edit | edit source]

  • Wushanko shell casting
    • Tortle shell bowl
    • Shiny tortle shell bowl

Clay[edit | edit source]

Dungeoneering (cloth)[edit | edit source]

Dungeoneering (leather)[edit | edit source]

Furnace[edit | edit source]

Leatherwork[edit | edit source]

Loom[edit | edit source]

Player-Owned Port[edit | edit source]

Potter's Wheel[edit | edit source]

Pottery Oven[edit | edit source]

Misc.[edit | edit source]

The following are not related to each other, and are all separate.

  • Protean leatherworking (The following scales to level)
    • Protean leather
    • Protean hard leather
    • Protean snakehide
    • Protean dragonhide

Construction[edit | edit source]

Flatpacks[edit | edit source]

Misc.[edit | edit source]

Cooking[edit | edit source]

Churn[edit | edit source]

Drinks[edit | edit source]

Daemonheim (Cooking)[edit | edit source]

Daemonheim (Potatoes)[edit | edit source]

Gnome Cooking[edit | edit source]

Ingredients[edit | edit source]

Meat and others[edit | edit source]

Misc.[edit | edit source]

Divination[edit | edit source]

Daemonheim[edit | edit source]

Outside DG[edit | edit source]

Misc.[edit | edit source]

Farming[edit | edit source]

  • Plant wood seedlings
  • Plant fruit seedlings
  • Scoop Calquat
  • Water wood seedlings
  • Water fruit seedlings

Firemaking[edit | edit source]

Fletching[edit | edit source]

Ammo[edit | edit source]

Dungeoneering (Branches)[edit | edit source]

Dungeoneering (Other)[edit | edit source]

Logs[edit | edit source]

Stringing[edit | edit source]

Player-Owned Port[edit | edit source]

Misc.[edit | edit source]

Herblore[edit | edit source]

  • Dungeoneering
    • Clean Herbs
    • Unfinished Potions
    • Offensive Potions
    • Defensive Potions
    • Skill Potions
  • Potions
    • Clean Herbs
    • Unfinished Potions
    • Potions
    • Barbariand Mixes
    • Clean Juju Herbs
    • Unfinished Juju potions
    • Juju Potions
    • Combination Potions
  • Misc.
    • Herblore Ingredients
    • Salamander tar
    • Other

Invention[edit | edit source]

  • Invention Items
    • Divine charge
    • Divine charge (empty)
    • Augmentor
    • Weapon gizmo shell
    • Armour gizmo shell
    • Tool gizmo shell
    • Junk refiner
    • Equipment dissolver
    • Gizmo dissolver
    • Augmentation dissolver
    • Equipment siphon
    • Fishing rod-o-matic
    • Lab coat top
    • Lab coat legs
    • Mining accumulator
    • Fishing accumulator
    • Woodcutting accumulator
    • Mechanised chinchompa x50
    • Book switcher
    • Lightbulb hat
    • Pogo stick
    • Auto-sancitifier
    • B.A.N.K. Stander
    • Monkey mind-control helmet
    • Sprinkler MK1
    • Kinetic cyclone
    • Oldak coil
    • Dungeoneering part simulator
    • Dungeoneering lock melter
    • Electrified trap
    • Calorie bomb (empty)
    • Crystal tool siphon
    • Gemstone golem outfit piece
    • Rune ethereal outfit piece
    • Pyro-matic
    • Hammer-tron
    • Shark outfit piece
    • Alchemical onyx
    • Camouflage outfit piece
    • Spirit tree re-rooter (inactive)
    • Dinve-o-matic vacuum
    • Energy barrel
    • Herb protector
    • Miraculous treatment
    • Tight spring x20
    • Whetstone
    • Small gizmo bag
    • Medium gizmo bag
    • Mechanised siphon
  • Junk Refiner

Magic[edit | edit source]

These appear to all be separate from each other:


Runecrafting[edit | edit source]

Dungeoneering[edit | edit source]

Player-Owned Port[edit | edit source]

Misc.[edit | edit source]

Smithing[edit | edit source]

Artisans' Workshop[edit | edit source]





Furnace[edit | edit source]

Anvil[edit | edit source]

Dungeoneering[edit | edit source]

    • Novite
    • Bathus
    • Marmaros
    • Kratonite
    • Fractite
    • Zephyrium
    • Argonite
    • Katagon
    • Gorgonite
    • Promethium

Misc.[edit | edit source]

  • Protean smithing[sic]

Summoning[edit | edit source]

  • Pouches
    • Gold Charm Pouches
    • Green Charm Pouches
    • Crimson Charm Pouches
    • Blue Charm Pouches
    • Elder Charm Pouches
    • Summoning Scrolls
  • Dungeoneering
    • Bloodrager
    • Deathslinger
    • Stormbringer
    • Hoardstalker
    • Worldbearer
    • Skinweaver

Woodcutting[edit | edit source]

  • Arctic Pine

Water[edit | edit source]

Rewards[edit | edit source]

  • Hunting Bolts
  • Tele. Cooking Urns
  • Tele. Fishing Urns
  • Tele. Mining Urns
  • Tele. Prayer Urns
  • Tele. Smithing Urns
  • Tele. Woodcutting Urns

Misc.[edit | edit source]

The Heart Essence[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

The update history project is a work-in-progress – not all updates to this topic may be covered below. See here for how to help out!
  • patch 5 August 2019 (Update):
    • Crossbow make-x now displays XP values.
  • patch 11 March 2019 (Update):
    • The Make-X interface now correctly shows the amount of XP to be received when Crafting unfired urns
  • patch 14 January 2019 (Update):
    • Make-X while making arrows is back down to 10 per set instead of 60.
  • patch 23 April 2018 (Update):
    • The Make-X interface, Herald Cape, Clan Settings and Clan Keywords have been visually updated
  • patch 20 November 2017 (Update):
    • A redundant 'Pie' category has been removed from the Cooking Make-X interface.
  • hotfix 25 September 2017 (Update):
    • The quantity available to craft in the Make-X system for protean items, corrupted ores and junk refiners has now been fixed.
    • Further amendments have been made to the Make-X system to ensure the quantity being crafted is correct.
  • patch 25 September 2017 (Update):
    • Various items that would formerly drop to the floor when crafting them with the Make-X system will no longer do so.
  • patch 24 July 2017 (Update):
    • An issue with hotkeys at the options given after crafting logs has been fixed, so that they are correctly mapped to 1, 2 and 3 on the keyboard.
  • ninja 8 May 2017 (Update):.
    • The Cooking Make-X interface will now more reliably default to the item the player is attempting to cook.
  • patch 25 January 2016 (Update):
    • The grey boxes around XP gained in the Make-X progress window have been removed.
    • Long names in the Make-X progress window no longer cause the cancel button to be cut off.
    • The icons for recipes in the Make-X windows have been centred correctly.
    • Information on alternate versions of items such as feathers has been added to a tooltip in the Make-X window.
  • patch 13 July 2015 (Update):
    • Legendary pets with the Beast of Burden ability can once again be used for Make-X purposes.
  • patch 8 June 2015 (Update):
    • Correct requirements are now displayed on the Make-X interface for the body gloves and body boots from Elemental Workshop.
  • patch 5 May 2015 (Update):
    • The Make-X interface will now account for items players have in their Legendary pet beast of burden inventory.
  • patch 23 March 2015 (Update):
    • The 'Malevolent' dropdown option in Smithing Make-X windows will now open the correct menu.
  • patch 16 March 2015 (Update):
    • The timer on the Make-X interface for cooking will now show the correct remaining time.
  • patch 9 March 2015 (Update):
    • The Make-X interface will now open correctly if the player has materials to make two different potions, but can only make one.
  • patch 23 February 2015 (Update):
    • The XP amount listed in the production interface for fletching arrow has been corrected.
    • An issue where multi-ingredient or multi-step potions could not be made - or only accepted one ingredient - has been fixed.
  • patch 16 February 2015 (Update):
    • The default recipe selected in the Make-X interface now works correctly for fire and moss titan familiars.
    • Gnome Restaurant recipes are now created using the standard Make-X interface.
  • ninja 9 February 2015 (Update):
    • Dorgeshuun light orbs can now be made via the Make-X interface.
    • Make-X will now remember the last used recipe for an extra two interfaces, to improve the process of making certain multi-staged items such as urns.
  • patch 9 February 2015 (Update):
    • Fixed an issue with drop-down menus not displaying the current selection.
  • patch 12 January 2015 (Update):
    • The superior log-splitting scrimshaw no longer highlights as craftable on the Make-X interface if the player boosts their Fletching level.
  • ninja 15 December 2014 (Update):
    • The Cooking Make-X table will now always default to the first eligible item in the player's inventory.
  • patch 14 January 2013 (Update):
    • Fixed an issue with making sanfew serums with the new Make-X interface.
    • The Make-X interface now updates correctly when Smithing whilst wielding Varrock armour.
  • patch 30 April 2012 (Update):
    • The Make-X interface now shows cutting a red topaz as the cut version instead of the uncut.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Released on 12 September 2005, Cooking was the first skill to use the Make-X interface.
  • The addition of the interface made training slower for click-intensive activities that could otherwise be sped up through the use of mouse keys, such as fletching bolts.