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But plane tires are incredibly strong thanks to cords of nylon, or a synthetic polymer called aramid, that are embedded below the tread.
The Pitaka Minimalist iPhone X Case has a simple pattern on its black exterior, and it’s made of aramid fiber for durability and top-notch protection against drops and scratches.
Carbon aramid epoxy composite in the chassis yields an ultrafast Formula One racer that weighs less than 1,400 pounds.
Riggers have been splicing lines of aramid fibers and rebuilding winches under headlamps in Jersey City while the sailors rest each night.
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