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TruSpin is a developer of nanofiber production technology. Because our production technology can produce nanofibers in unique ways, we're often engaged in the development of uses for nanofibers.
What are nanofibers? Nanofibers are just what they sound like- really small fibers. “Nano” is a unit prefix that means “one billionth.” So a nanometer is one one billionth of a meter. Nanofibers are traditionally defined as having a diameter less than 1000 nm and a length no less than 50 times its width. There aren’t any official qualifications, but if it’s a fiber so small that measuring its diameter necessitates the use of nanometers, it’s probably a nanofiber!
Why do nanofibers matter? Because of their size, nanofibers have special properties that make them useful for solving high-value problems. Many of these problems are related to next-generation technologies, just beyond the horizon of current capabilities. Nanofibers are the enabling factor!
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