core spinning

core spinning

[′kȯr ‚spin·iŋ]
(textiles)
A process in which a sheath of nonstretch fibers is applied to fine-denier elastomeric spandex yarns under tension.
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PinterCaipo based on the diverse experience of more than 25 years in core spinning technology has developed the 3Dcore device incorporating the most advanced components to obtain optimum results in spinning, and therefore, taking into account all the unique details which make the difference in the final quality and properties of the yarn.
The wave effect of the blasts should set the core spinning.
In this article, we denote iPP-S and iPP-N as the samples that were made with and without core spinning, respectively.