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Metal Screws can be made out of 11 ingots of any Hard Metal, which include Iron, Nickel, Bronze, Brass, and Tungsten. They can also be made from Antimony and Titanium, listed below. of the eleven ingots, 9 need to be used to create a block (forming the head of the screw) followed by stacking the two additional ingots beneath the head (forming the body of the screw).