Surface structuring of textile fibers using roll embossing

@inproceedings{Schift2006SurfaceSO,
  title={Surface structuring of textile fibers using roll embossing},
  author={H. Schift and Marcel Halbeisen and Urs Schutz and Benjamin Delahoche and Konrad Vogelsang and Jens Gobrecht},
  year={2006}
}
Patterning textile fibers using thermoplastic molding opens the way for new applications of surface nanostructures. A simple roll embossing setup was developed, where a flexible metal stamp with a pattern on the surface is mounted onto a metal cylinder. By careful adjustment of process parameters, periodic gratings with details of [email protected] dimensions were transferred onto polyester fibers [email protected] in diameter. 

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