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The current production chain for nuclear fuel rods in experimental is as follows:

Nuclear power plant takes: 5 supercomputers, 10 Hmod frames,150 concrete, 15 highspeed connector.

Nuclear fuel rod takes: nuclear power cells, enc.ind.beams and control rods

My main issue here is that control rods (in a real-life setting) are an integral part of the reactor itself, and are never found inside fuel rods. while they do eventually wear, it's over quite a long time.

Perhaps the power plant could either:

A. consume control rods at a 1:5-1:30 ratio as opposed to fuel rods

B. Require control rods to build
Perhaps it separates the control rods from the fuel rods inside the building, and it's at the same speed so it's easily maintainable
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