New element.

  • Fusionftw
    12th October Member 4 Permalink

    RGLS: Reinforced glass 


    • Melts at 2150C.
    • Solids section.
    • Tooltip: Reinforced Glass. Breaks under 125 pressure.
    • Color is like glass, but has a brownish orange tint to it (color: rgb 102, 92, 80 ).
    • Broken at 125 pressure.
    • Can be made by mixing molten metal with molten glass (possibly).
    • Photons passing through it are colored orange.
    • Has a heat conductivity of 60%.
    • Under (exposed to) 125 pressure, it slowly turns to BGLA and a small amount of BRMT.
    Edited 7 times by Fusionftw. Last: 4th November
  • phox
    12th October Member 0 Permalink

    I like the idea of this, but maybe it should just totally resist pressure like a metal? 

  • Fusionftw
    13th October Member 0 Permalink

     It has to be atleast pressure resistant. It lis kind-of like bulletproof glass; it is still breakable and can be broken under pressure.



    EDIT: Revised it so the glass would break at 125 pressure.

    Edited once by Fusionftw. Last: 12th October
  • AngryBlock101
    14th October Member 0 Permalink

    This will be really good for airplanes, good idea Fusion!

    Edited once by AngryBlock101. Last: 14th October
  • docRoboRobert
    14th October Member 0 Permalink

    That's quite good idea.

  • Fusionftw
    16th October Member 0 Permalink


  • Fusionftw
    22nd October Member 0 Permalink

    This element should be added.

  • QuanTech
    22nd October Member 0 Permalink
    This element = GLAS + TTAN. About reflecting a certain percentage of photons: not of much use. Not for official tpt IMO
  • Fusionftw
    4th November Member 0 Permalink

    EDIT: Made it so that it would not reflect any photons.

  • magnetman33
    13th November Member 0 Permalink

    Seems like a very reasonable idea. If we have METL and BMTL, why not the same idea with glass as well right?