IPA: dˈækrɑn


  • A polymer, polyethylene terephthalate PET, as used for making thread and cloth.
  • Alternative letter-case form of dacron [A polymer, polyethylene terephthalate PET, as used for making thread and cloth.]

Examples of "dacron" in Sentences

  • Also a Dacron thread must be used in any sewing work.
  • PTFE and Dacron are some of the most commonly used grafts.
  • Whigs, U.S. Whinfield, J. R., developer of terylene (dacron)
  • Dacron strings are easy to maintain and can last several years.
  • A dacron fabric is bonded to the mylar tape by the adhesive layer.
  • The wings are covered by the builder with pre sewn Dacron envelopes.
  • However, it is possible to replace the Dacron patch with autologous tissue.
  • The Dacron mainsail is laced at the bottom and carried by hoops on the mast.
  • DeBakey pioneered the use of Dacron grafts to replace or repair blood vessels.
  • Fly line backing is usually composed of braided dacron or gelspun monofilaments.
  • I needed to get the string braided dacron fishing-line through the hole in the metal rod on the left.
  • Furniture with 8 way hand tied springs, soft down-feather or dacron covered soft foam - is difficult to find.
  • I normally avoid the stuff, but because the dog was so pale I used that instead of the braided dacron which is black that I prefer.
  • The inner strands of paracord will also work, but I still have my sail repair kit from my sailing days and use those heavy dacron threads.
  • He had things I had not only never imagined my grandpa wearing, I had never imagined anybody wearing them, but there they were in their dacron glories.
  • You would probably have to replace your cables and string on the old Whitetail and even then you're dealing with a dacron string that will stretch and change you point of impact just when you less desire it.
  • Subsequent development of polymers included neoprene, arising from work of Father Julius A. Nieuwland beginning in 1906; nylon, developed by Wallace H. Carothers and first manufactured in 1938; acrilan; orlon; dynel; and dacron (called terylene by its British inventors, J.R. Whinfield and J.T. Dickson, 1941).

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