1. Creating a Monomer
The process of creating sublimation Polyester fabric begins with
reacting ethylene glycol with dimethyl terephthalate at
high heat. This reaction results in a monomer.
2. Creating a Polymer
The monomer is then reacted with dimethyl
terephthalate again to create a polymer.
This molten polyester polymer is extruded from the
reaction chamber in long strips, and these strips are
allowed to cool and dry, and then they are broken
apart in to small pieces.
The resulting chips are then melted again to create
a honey-like substance, which is extruded through
a spinneret to create fibers.
The resulting polyester filaments may be cut or reacted
with various chemicals to achieve the correct end
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