Detail view of a wide-roll crimper chamber used to crimp textile fibers during the early stages of synthetic fiber production and research at DuPont. Typically, fibers entered a crimper machine via drive pulleys and were fed into a compression chamber to facilitate crimping before being extruded into a barrel for storage. The photograph is labeled "Figure 6," indicating that it was used in a report or publication.
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