Hi, my name is White_widow, and for a while I've been working on the web shooter. I decided to create a new forum for those that want to work on it together. There are aspects of it that I'm not a big believer on: 1.) The web fluid wouldn't likely be stronger than kevlar. He's a kid after all. 2.) "Certain embibed esters" will cause the formula to dissolve in two hours. 3.) thousands of miles of fluid can be contained in a single co2 sized cartridge. 4.) The prospect of swinging like tobey Mcguire is stupid and dangerous (though I think that the use of webbing as an aid to free running to increase distance is possible.) Here is what I think is possible: 1.)A kid can develop a polymer extrusion device. 2.) The polymer can be formed in seconds. 3.) The polymer has the capacity to be as strong as nylon. 4.) The web fluid would easily stick to many substrates. 5.) This entire project can be completed under 100$, easily covered by peter's wrestling winnings. Here's a little bit of background info to start the research: - The web fluid is likely a polymer solution that contains a strong plastic, a rubber, a resin, and a solvent. -The tensile strength of nylon (the tensile strength of fishing lines and ropes) is 70 MPa, or 10152.6 psi. That may sound like a lot, but that's just 20 MPa more than styrofoam. We are shooting for 55 MPa or higher. - The polymer must be "Spun" This means forced through a spinneret to create the shape. From there, the solvent must be removed quickly. -The pressure vessel should be made of strong polyethylene or metal, due to most solvents being dangerous in compression. -The adhesive has to be a pressure sensitive adhesive. This is what makes up the rubber and resin. The resin increases tack, while the rubber bonds to the surface. It's the same adhesive in duct tape. So far I have created a shooter that can fire water, and I've created a polymer that bonds very strongly to cement, but it's too brittle. The biggest issue right now is making the plastic flow like honey instead of like putty. Once I can fire the polymer like I can the water, all I'd have to do to accomplish this goal is add either a heating system or something to the spinneret to allow the polymer to dry much more quickly. If you want to join in this project, You might want to become familiar with: -Polymer science -Potato cannons -spinning techniques (there are only four that I know about) -basic circuitry -drills Best of luck guys.