Plastic and nonmetallic article shaping or treating: processes – With twining – plying – braiding – or textile fabric formation
C264S130000, C264S168000, C264S187000, C264S207000, C264S211120, C264S211140, C264S234000
In the manufacture of a fiber tow, particularly cellulose acetate tow, a stuffer box crimper has one roller adapted to induce crimp into the tow. This roller induces crimp by preferentially weakening a portion of the tow. This roller has an axially grooved surface. This roller may be located in the stuffer box crimper or before the stuffer box crimper.
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Sanderson William S.
Scarborough Mark E.
Celanese Acetate LLC
Hammer & Associates, P.C.
Tentoni Leo B
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