melt spinning


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melt spinning

[′melt‚spin·iŋ]
(textiles)
A process by which nylon, polyester, or glass is melted to allow it to be extruded into fibers through a spinneret.
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Some attempts have been carried out in the preparation of blending fiber of UPE with other components [13-17], such as high density polyethylene (HDPE), low density polyethylene (LDPE), and linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE), using melt spinning method [13-15], but phase separation of some extent was occurred in the melt state of those blends, which was a disadvantage for melt spinning process and the strength of the resultant blending fibers.
This method includes spinning of bicomponent fibers via conventional melt spinning processes such as spun bonding.
Tenders are invited for Amc For Vacuum Planer Flow Melt Spinning And Vacuum Melt Spinning Equipments
6,7) The melt spinning and electrospinning of lignins have been studied to produce precursor fibers for carbonization.
Melt spinning was applied to actual production of the material.
Transmet Corporation will use our one of a kind Melt Spinning and Centrifugal Atomization Technologies to manufacture high quality and unique materials.
The mixture is fabricated as continuous strips via a melt spinning process (Figure 1).
The suture must be produced with a consistent denier, using the melt spinning process developed for the manufacture of polypropylene, and the inherent accuracy of the vector control of the FC302, combined with its facility to connect to an ethernet network, thus allowing the machine set-up to be monitored remotely, makes it particularly suitable for this application.
Typical applications include compounding, polymer blending, fiber melt spinning, and pelletizing.
The Yellow Jacket monofilament fiber melt spinning extrusion system is said to be ideal for monofilament or multifilament, synthetic fibers for medical, textile and aerospace applications, laboratory research and development, and small production.
Poon says aerospace companies already are capable of synthesizing aluminum-rich glasses using melt spinning, the technique both teams used to produce their alloys.