Myself Malavika Byju
The output quantuty of this should be one sheet of Tapioca compound measuring 30cm2 and 0.5cm thickness.
The main ingredient of the compound is tapioca skin. The staple diet of my native place is tapioca hence the waste (tapioca skin) generated from the tapioca is large and eventually ends up in the waste bin. This inspired me to do the experimentation with tapioca skin.
The characteristics of this new material 'Tapatta' formed are high strength equivalent to coconut shell, water-resistant, and has the potency to heat transfer and not so opaque. It can be used as a replacement for wooden photo/paint frame, small trays, pencil,pen stands etc