Fiber Evolution

Nicole Hoffman

Fiber Evolution by Nicole Hoffman This image was captured using a Huvitz microscope (50X magnification) with reflected light and it shows the cross section of a bicomponent fiber that was produced through melt spinning. These microflower fibers are referred to as Tiger Lilies and they consist of two different polymers. Science is constantly evolving and these innovative fibers mimic nature to enhance their properties and allow for numerous futuristic applications. As nature continues to evolve, so do our fibers and fabrics in the textile industry.
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