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For smaller rocks, a rock hammer/pick or household hammer will work fine. Put the bag of rocks on a firm surface (concrete or asphalt), and knock gently. Slowly apply more pressure, until you feel the rocks start to break. Check your progress, remove rocks that are already small enough, then continue.
For smaller rocks, a rock hammer/pick or household hammer will work fine. Put the bag of rocks on a firm surface (concrete or asphalt), and knock gently. Slowly apply more pressure, until you feel the rocks start to break. Check your progress, remove rocks that are already small enough, then continue.
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Dexpan® is a cement with amazing 18,000 PSI expanding strength when mixed with water. Poured into drilled holes, Dexpan® breaks concrete and cracks, splits rocks safely and quietly, while providing SILENT cracking.
Set the geode on the concrete, place the chisel in the middle, and tap it very gently a few times with the hammer. Turn the geode a quarter turn and do this again. Continue scoring along the circumference of the geode until you see a crack form all the way around, then pull the two halves apart.
Tap a line around the geode with a flat-blade chisel. It will take several passes around the geode to crack it open, so gradually make your taps stronger. Only use a flat-blade chisel for this method. A sharp tool like a screwdriver or ice pick will just punch a hole in the geode without cracking it in half.
To do so, a small rock is placed into a cup of water and placed in a microwave for three minutes. The cup containing the rock is then taken out from the microwave, and is left to sit for a short period of time. After a while, the rock can be seen splitting in half in the cup of water.
Place the geode rock in a carpenter's vise and use a diamond saw to cut in half by sawing down the center. Wrap the chain of an iron pipe cutter around the geode and attach on the correct notch on the tool before pushing down on the handle.
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