The production of pillowcases, as well as other products, has been made easier thanks to new techniques that require less waste, according to a new study.
The study, led by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Southern California, looked at how many times a pillowcase can be manufactured with different types of fiber materials.
The paper, published in the journal Plastics Today, says it takes a few hours to make one sheet of the materials, which are made by separating individual strands of fiber into small beads.
This process creates a single sheet of fiber, or a “layers” of fibers, that can be woven together to make a more complex product.
Researchers used an array of materials from fiber-producing plants, including a commercial firm that manufactures fiber pillowcases.
The researchers found that in general, the number of layers of fiber that can potentially be made in a single factory is limited by the density of the material, the amount of time it takes to separate individual fibers, and the amount and shape of the fiber.
They also found that the production of these types of materials was more efficient in a number of ways, with the best results in making fiber pillow cases.
While the new paper doesn’t provide any specific advice on how to get more fiber into pillowcases and other products like pillowcases or pillows, the authors say it’s possible to reduce the number and density of layers.
They note that a similar study in 2011 found that a single layer of fiber was more than three times as efficient as a separate layer of similar material.
“It is feasible to reduce this cost in ways that will result in higher quality products,” they write.