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0.2mm Diameter Clear Nylon Fish Fishing Line Spool Beading String by Como

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500M Nylon Fishing Line Monofilament Carp Fish Line 2-35LB | Alex NLD

While Mirvakili and Hunter started with ordinary nylon fishing line, they had to change the shape of the fiber and other properties to get the desired responses. They compressed the fiber’s shape to change its cross section from round to rectangular. They also experimented with different heat sources, including heat converted from electricity or chemical reactions, as well as laser beams.

To make this system work effectively as an artificial muscle, the fiber’s cross-section needs to be carefully shaped. The team used ordinary nylon fishing line to start with, and compressed it to change its cross-section from round to rectangular or square. Then, selectively heating one side caused the fiber to bend in that direction. Changing the direction of the heating could also produce more complex motions; in their lab tests, the team used this heating technique to get the fibers to move in circles and figure-eights, and much more complex patterns of movement could easily be achieved, they say.

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"Artificial muscles" that can lift 100 times more weight and generate 100 times more power than human muscle can be made cheaply and easily by anyone using ordinary nylon fishing line, according to a new study.

To make this system work effectively as an artificial muscle, the fiber's cross-section needs to be carefully shaped. The team used ordinary nylon fishing line to start with, and compressed it to change its cross-section from round to rectangular or square. Then, selectively heating one side caused the fiber to bend in that direction. Changing the direction of the heating could also produce more complex motions; in their lab tests, the team used this heating technique to get the fibers to move in circles and figure-eights, and much more complex patterns of movement could easily be achieved, they say.