All Fallout 76 Copper Deposit Locations in Appalachia

Finally, copper ore so that you can build a radio at C.A.M.P.!

Fallout 76 Billings Homestead Workshop
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Appalachia is home to all manner of useful and unique resources, and plenty of mundane ore, too, like copper. Here is where to find copper deposit locations in Fallout 76!

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Where to Find Copper Deposits in Fallout 76

When it comes to where to find copper deposit locations in Fallout 76, you have plenty of options, such as Dabney Homestead or Spruce Knob. These spots are typically public workshops where you can build an ore extractor to farm mass amounts of resources. But be wary because public workshops also enable PvP, and some curious player may stumble upon your setup and take it for their own.

In any case, you can find more copper deposits at:

  • Billings Homestead
  • Charleston Landfill
  • Dabney Homestead
  • Grafton Steel Yard
  • Spruce Knob
  • Wade Airport

Keep an eye out for additional deposits and scraps as you travel across Appalachia!

Where to Get Copper Scraps

Alongside the high-volume copper deposits, which you will likely want to farm first, you can find copper scraps for small crafting projects by scrapping various items. The following items provide copper scraps:

  • Hot Plates
  • Sensor Modules
  • Cooking Pots
  • Pre-War Lamps
  • Orange Canister
  • Rusty Canister
  • Power Relay Coil
  • Telephone
  • Stew Pot
  • Vacuum Tube
  • High-Powered Magnets

You will find plenty of Hot Plates, Sensor Modules, and Cooking Pots during your everyday adventures in Fallout 76. They add up!

What is Copper Used For in Fallout 76?

You require copper to craft just about all electronics in the game. As such, if you want a radio in your C.A.M.P., then you require copper. The same goes for a jukebox, refrigerator, and many other buildable items in the game.

That said, unless you focus on the C.A.M.P. building mechanic, first and foremost, then you won’t need too much copper stored away. It will simply take up space.

Do you know where you can find useful resources for crafting in Fallout 76? By tracking down Mole Miners!

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