Dacron is a manmade fiber used for a variety of purposes including repairing joints and making artificial limbs. Dacron is petroleum-based, polyester or polyethylene fiber, and was first produced by the DuPont Corporatio... More »

Dacron is a trade name held by DuPont for its polyester materials and it is made specifically for sailcloth. Dacron is DuPont's Type 52 high modulus fiber; brand names of similar fibers include Terylene, Tetoron, Trevira... More »

The use of Dacron as a fabric gained wide acceptance in 1954, after more than a decade of development. However, Dacron was used before 1954. More »

The use of Dacron as a fabric gained wide acceptance in 1954, after more than a decade of development. However, Dacron was used before 1954. More »

Computer-aided manufacturing, commonly referred to as CAM, is used to create machined parts for a number of purposes, including orthopedic implants and vehicle powertrain systems. Many manufacturers in a wide variety of ... More »

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Dacron is a trade name held by DuPont for its polyester materials and it is made specifically for sailcloth. Dacron is DuPont's Type 52 high modulus fiber; brand names of similar fibers include Terylene, Tetoron, Trevira... More »

Kleenex tissues are made by mixing wood pulp with water, straining out the cellulose fibers and removing the water to form fiber sheets. These sheets are dried and pressed on a cylinder, then removed from the cylinder an... More »