First, we place the hypercrystal in hydraulic press, and slowly increase the pressure until a fissure forms. Then we fill the fissure with chromatic fluid, and deep freeze the whole thing. Finally, we use sonic dissonance beams to shatter off the exterior crystal. In the end, we have a full chromatic caste of the shape of a hyper-fissure. This technique gives researchers a more intuitive visualization of how hypercrystal structures deconstruct.