I give you Abyssolator™, for all the tungsten addicts:   yet another way for them to get the fix: pipe melter by @calibayzone tempshift melter by @lusss metal printer ( a little bit exploity i might add ) by infamous @mathmanican Abyssolator™ uses "flaking" mechanic: when block/tile is in contact with gas hotter than it's own melting temp, material flakes* off 5kg of it's mass(in liquid form). No need for space materials, only molten steel and diamond are required, and is ~8-80 times more energy and multiple orders of magnitude more time efficient than insulTation melters. *conditions apply: The targeted block does not need to be near melting temp, hence we can use it to milk the abyssalite. current mass of the targeted block must be higher than 5kg multiple flakes might be created in one instance, given enough mass, working thermal energy ... physics works from top to down, left to right thermal mass of the working gas has to be slightly above 20 DTU/*C ( 63 for rockgas ) per cell thermal energy of the working gas needs to be high enough to melt the flake AND remain in gas form afterwards : some gases need to be heated to higher temperatures than others the flake removes certain amount of energy from the working gas ( 5kg steam ~2.5MJ, 31kg sulfur ~ 2.2MJ, 63.25kg rock gas 1.144MJ ), usually it's around the amount needed to heat the flake from target block's temperature to melting point ~2.2MJ observations: only the top gas cell is used for any meaningful work the gas chamber will never break, IF only abyssalite or diamond is on the perimeter; insulation tiles made from insulation MIGHT survive, needs extensive tests one can use 5kg of steam, 31kg of sulfur, 200kg of iron, 63kg of rockgas, 8kg of hydrogen, 24 kg of nat gas, 2.6kg of super coolant, etc per cell  both cells have to use the same gas tungsten is near melting temp tiles made out of insulation can be flaked albeit inefficiently it takes heat from 100kg of steAl production to make 212kg of tungsten (CB 180kg) abyssalite tile is usually 500kg, hence one working chamber will yield 990kg of flakes crunching the numbers it takes 2.2MJ (CB 2.6MJ) to make 5kg (440MJ to 1T ), 100kg of steel produces 117MJ of heat of which 80% goes into coolant: 500kg of steel ~ 1000kg of tungsten, CB 900kg initial setup takes ~325MJ for diamond tile and working gas to heat up it takes 20 040 MJ to melt 1T of insulation, 4008 MJ if using pipes, if all the tungstens heat is captured back, that's 8.3% saved , hence 3674MJ / tonne for a pipe melter reality check so, if using molten steel as coolant, only heat from iron smelting can be used; with 5kg steam, 1 smelt yields ~86kg tungsten   the liquid using to trick the pump needs to be highly viscous ( e.g. naphtha ) in excess of 500g or more (drips have to be at least 10g  ) to use steel smelting, the coolant needs to be carbon ( diamond melted using tungsten ), working chamber needs additional buffer consisting of 1.2t of steel and 2nd diamond tile and 100kg tungsten next to working liquid; with 5kg steam, 1 smelt yields ~180kg tungsten, 160kg if operating continuously insulation insulated tiles might be used as parts of the working chamber, but avoid working gas hitting insulation melting temps if the location is chosen smartly, 3-5t can be obtained before needing to rebuild this monstrosity it was established, that under the right conditions(rock gas), this might be BUG worthy; looking forward for further improvements from BUG squad, yes i'm looking at ya @mathmanican and @Saturnus to turn up the efficiency up to 1000%