A Monofilament line is a single fiber line, which means that it is created in a single fiber, or strand, rather than being formed from multiple fibers. It is distinct from microfilament or fused lines, both of which consist of numerous fibers fused together into a single strand.
The creation of a monofilament line begins with the melting and mixing of polymer pellets, which is followed by the pressing of the molten mixture through increasingly fine apertures.
Following this step, the monofilament line is wound onto spools. The particular combination of polymers that were utilized determines the color of the line, as well as its limpness and flexibility.
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