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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
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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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