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This stuff is hard as concrete,kind of.
You can make this by freezing water and wood dust by weight 14% wood dust the rest water, but i didn't have any. I used tissues, and toilet paper.
This is easy. Take tissues toilet paper ect. roll them into some kind of cylinder or ball, if you want pykrete like the arc don't squeez the water out...
I wacked them with a hammer, a lot. Watch the videos. the first picture is the arc, the second is the ball thing.
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If you squeeze out the water before freezing, you change the proportion of water to fiber, so it's no longer 86% water to 14% fiber. Since these proportions account for the properties of Pykrete, the resulting material obviously won't have the same properties. If you want to make Pykrete, use the right proportions to start with, freeze it and do NOT squeeze out any of the water first.
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