The Surprising Result of Crushing Non-Newtonian Fluids and Crayons in a Hydraulic Press

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Warning: strong language. In the Hydraulic Press Channel, the owners of the Finnish factories Lauri and Anni devised an amazing experiment to force a variety of soft objects like cheese, soap and crayons through a perforated plate with holes with the help of their famous hydraulic press.

The result is as much fun as it is incredible, especially the crushed crayons that seem to sprout like sticks. The pressure is set to exert 150 bars of pressure (2,175 pounds per square inch) by sending the different materials to jets in all directions in truly amazing ways. I’ve probably seen some dozens of his videos over the years, and this is an instant favorite.

The Surprising Result of Crushing Non-Newtonian Fluids and Crayons in a Hydraulic Press

The Surprising Result of Crushing Non-Newtonian Fluids and Crayons in a Hydraulic Press

The Surprising Result of Crushing Non-Newtonian Fluids and Crayons in a Hydraulic Press (1)

The Surprising Result of Crushing Non-Newtonian Fluids and Crayons in a Hydraulic Press





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