55. Mono-Phasic Resin Coating
This resin contains millions of crystal molecules that are naturally charged with piezoelectric energy. The resin causes the object or surface it coats (about 5 feet square or a Small object) to repel intangible or phased intrusion into or through the object. It has no appreciable effect when coating creatures, as most creature's bio-electric fields seem to interfere with it, but certain constructs can be coated with it unless electrically charged themselves in some way. It doesn't affect other dimensions or planes, like Ethereal or Astral travel, but otherwise trying to pass through the resin slows the object or creature requiring a full round to pass through and deals 1d6 damage + 6 electricity damage per round of phased contact. On a failed DC 12 Fortitude save, the object or creature is repulsed back.
The brush-on coating takes 5 minutes of work to apply fully to an area or object (less if a smaller area or object is coated) and lasts for 6 hours. The spray on applicator takes only 1 minute to apply (less for smaller areas or objects) but only lasts for 1 hour.
This type of coating can be permanently worked or applied to most objects and surfaces in a lasting manner when created or installed; the durations here are only for the quick-coat versions of the mono-phasic resin applicators.
56. Laser Sharpener
Similar to a whetstone for sharpening blades, this device uses laser technology to both measure cutting surfaces into microns and to shear metal to razor sharpness. It's as effective as an ordinary sharpening stone, but takes half the time. It has no effect on actual laser swords. This version is only calibrated to sharpen blades of iron construction, such as steel or other ferrous alloy, not crystal or other metals. It might be possible to adjust or recalibrate for other metals, such as mithril, adamantine, bronze, or possibly glass, but it would require an hour of work and two DC 15 checks with a suitable skill or Knowledge, made at the start and at the mid-point of the task, with failure indicating a miscalculation. Once recalibrated would then have to be reset again to work on iron implements.