Haven't played Journey to the Core, but the things that power a TiCon smeltery are Lava and Blazing Pyrotheum from Thermal Foundation. Your best bet is to find some lava if possible, either in a surface lake, near bedrock, or the nether. The modpack author says in a post about the pack that lava is found generally around below level 30, but occasionally higher. Dig down and use your map to find some.
If you want to use pyrotheum, you'll have to craft it from components. It's a much later-game fuel, though, providing much faster melting in return for higher cost. By default, you create Blazing Pyrotheum by putting Pyrotheum Dust in a magma crucible. Pyrotheum Dust is crafted with one each of pulverized coal, sulfur, redstone, and blaze powder. However, these recipes might be changed by the modpack.
answered Jul 8 '16 at 18:07
The Tool Dynamism Tablet is a device from Thaumic Tinkerer, which can simulate left and right clicks with tools, items and blocks. It has two modes, in redstone-enabled mode, it left- or right- clicks, depending on how it is set up, and in redstone-disabled mode, it will left- or right- click if it will do somthing by left- or right- clicking the item.
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This tablet can accept an item to animate with mystical energy. Using the left and right buttons in the tablet's interface, you can select to do a left or right click with the item. The button in the bottom controls if the tablet reacts always when it can or just when a redstone signal is applied.
Virually anything can be animated, including blocks. The type of tool in the tablet also defines how fast something breaks, as expected.