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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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.
"But," he adds, "the techniques for creating the alloys are well established." Poon says aerospace companies already are capable of synthesizing aluminum-rich glasses using melt spinning, the technique both teams used to produce their alloys.
The conventional melt spinning technology has achieved micro- fiber spinning with a diameter of 1-10 micron (20.000 nanometer).
Two quite distinct methods are in commercial use for producing Nd-Fe-B magnets: the rapid-solidification technique of melt spinning and the traditional powder-metallurgy-sintering approach.
In this work, the fluorescent powders and PLA pellets were firstly mixed and pelletized by the twin screw extruder, and then the UV-excitable fluorescent PLA fiber was prepared by using the traditional melt spinning process.
They formed polypropylene fibers by melt spinning, cooling the fibers and drawing them using 50 to 750 takeoff/extrusion speed ratios.
It can then be processed to make useful products by different methods including injection molding, blow molding, melt spinning, and so on.
The Process Development Laboratory has been fully refurbished to showcase the new FET-100 Series melt spinning systems.
Tenders are invited for Amc For Vacuum Planer Flow Melt Spinning And Vacuum Melt Spinning Equipments
Melt spinning is a common process to produce high-tenacity polypropylene (PP) fiber, one of the leading commercial fibers in the field of industrial textiles.
Wastes from collection sites are cut, shredded, and sent without further sorting to a vented extruder, where the material is filtered and sent to a melt spinning line.