Mylar


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My·lar

 (mī′lär′)
A trademark for a thin, strong polyester film.

mylar

(ˈmaɪlɑː)
n
the trade name for a kind of strong, transparent polyester film

My•lar

(ˈmaɪ lɑr)
Trademark. a brand of strong, thin polyester film used in photography, recording tapes, and insulation.
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Noun1.Mylar - a thin polyester film
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
plastic - generic name for certain synthetic or semisynthetic materials that can be molded or extruded into objects or films or filaments or used for making e.g. coatings and adhesives
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Create an in-the-hoop Mylar ornament cover with simple hand beading to add elegant shimmer and shine to your holiday decor.
[USPRwire, Wed Oct 31 2018] The mylar bags market finds a host range of applications where high barrier packaging is needed to achieve protection against oxygen, moisture and light.
Image my (unhappy) surprise when I opened my door to find the florist delivery person with a bunch of Mylar balloons and streamers!
IMPAK's protective drum liners are manufactured from high-barrier foil Mylar laminate and have a flat, round bottom that allows them to conform to the interior of drums and pails.
The centerpiece is a 100-foot-long curtain of colorful Mylar streamers that shimmies through the cavernous space from an aerial conveyor belt.
Arvind Mylar, vice president - Business Development (MEASA & CIS), Xpress Money, said: "The stabilization of remittances and trends showing signs of resurgence, are great for the Jordanian economy.
Nevertheless, Horowitz's notation for the project led to the development of the "Sonakinatography" series, 1968-2012, of ink, colored pencil, or casein scores on graph paper or Mylar. Twenty-three framed examples of these were included at the gallery, alongside a vitrine of related ephemera, and a single monitor playing documentation of several performances of the artist's work from 2015 and 2016.
If you have the Mylar filter in place, you do not need to be wearing specialized eclipse glasses, but if you don't have a filter, don't look in the viewfinder.
Most are made of sheet Mylar, or size large Mylar tubing in gold or copper, cut to shape, or are made from 5-minute epoxy set inside a wire or mono "frame." I just discovered a unique version--the Orvis Softy Spoon Fly, which is made of a "gummy" material, most likely latex.
Working on both sides of transparent mylar, I combine organic and inorganic structures, articulating chance patterns with drawn lines."
Group-IV: The samples of this group were left as such after restoring under Mylar strip.