multifilament


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multifilament

(ˌmʌltɪˈfɪləmənt) or

multifil

n
(Textiles) a thread comprising several filaments
adj
(Textiles) (of a thread)comprising several filaments
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The special design was developed for processing fine multifilament yarn on Twin-Pac DTY machines with converted take-up positions (for twin packages).
Sutures can also be divided into monofilament and multifilament (braided) sutures.
Such options delivered with the machine include: multifilament spinnerets with orifices to produce the following external fiber cross sections--solid round, hollow round and trilobal.
Monofilament wires, multifilament cables, or grip systems can be used in trochanteric fixation.
The Company had started by setting up manufacturing of polypropylene multifilament yarn with a capacity of 2000 tons per annum.
In this study examined variations in CPUE fishing values of mirror carp (Cyprinus carpio) according to different hanging ratios (E=0.5, 0.67), materials (multi-monofilament and multifilament), water temperature, and water depth.
Although polyethylene napthalate monofilament, glass, Kevlar, and liquid crystal polymer multifilament fibers have been tried, none of them has been widely accepted in manufacturing.
Researchers at the Tokyo Institute of Technology are developing multifilament artificial muscles that can power future robots instead of the traditional as well as bulky pneumatic and servo-based systems.
Standard, commercially available tires have multiple textile reinforcements; the cap ply is a multifilament, rubber-coated yarn responsible for steel belt restriction.
The most common types of yarn filter cloths are manufactured out of multifilament or monofilament yarn.