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is a resin that is very resistant to high temperature
and fatigue. This allows it to be folded many
times without breaking.
The propylene is put in the extrusion machine
where the material is melted and thrown in a
recipient with water to form the propylene film.
After the propylene extrusion into films, these
in stripes and go through two greenhouses
to be stretched and relaxed.
These threads are rolled into tube and these
go to a wheelwork
cage where the threads will be connected
to a circular weaving machine where the fabrics
are made and these are rolled into bobbin. The
width of the fabrics is determined by rings
that control the size, make available sacks
of various sizes.
These bobbins go to the printing machine where
they can be printed with up to 4 colors.
joins the propylene fabric to a waterproof film
of the same material, increasing its resistance.
After that, the fabrics go to an automatic cutting
and sewing. machine.