Use 4800 dpi or higher to print a shape on rollers with
frozen water, then imprint a polymer thread with the
ultramicrotextured structure, the water evaporates
the structure, which may be acoustically resonance tuned
to wiggle differently at different areas.
There is a thing they
might call nanomesh that is
5 times lighter than aerogel. I think it can be rapidly
printed with temporary crystals on rollers.
one use of this micropatterned fiber might be carpet
the fibers would move variably at different acoustic
frequencies as a result of customized resonance at fibers
of a particular length. Thus at certain vacuum cleaner
those actually pleasant to hear, the carpet
would wiggle a bunch, shedding dirt. Notably a vacuum
is only 14 PSI, so a wiggle clean carpet could move n
remove dirt at 42 PSI from acoustic effects to say "three
times the cleaning force" or the like
A highly similar use would be to weave small (XXXXXO
shapes that when acoustically massaged would act like
peristaltic pumps at microfluidic constructions.
yet another similar use would be (comically) gold
prospecting as a sluice just uses the drop time of turbid
water to concentrate gold, thus an area of something as
macrosize as plastic grass could wiggle under sound or
such that microparticles were kept at the moving flyuid
while gold still collected. This could be an effective
approach to getting more mineral resource from
microparticle water which might now represent a very
large (math distribution perspective) amount of the
Then of course there is the sex toy or condom, this has a
micropatterned wiggle microvelvet that could possibly
feel better than the real thing, improving the popularity
of condoms. just think, stroking velour one way
compared to the other feels different, what if the
surface of a vibrator or both sides of a condom had little
rotating weathersystems of twirling microvelour matched
to the amount of physical activity. disposable vibrating
cock rings are already highly thought of at yahoo answers
suggesting disposable battery powered twirling
microvelour condoms could do well.
Now the polymer threads could do this EM wiggle thing
carpet or microfluidics as well. I think that Neodyium
Boron magnet powder, as a neutral fieldless version,
sprayed onto the polymer thread would give it extreme
wiggleability, less extreme wiggleability would come
using conductive polymer composite thread then inducing
field with AC to do the wiggling.
Also it is possible ultra vivid bird colors could be
with ice milled polymer thread as the iridescent colors of
some birds is actually from refractive feature spacing.
the EM polymer composite or the vivid color
microfeatureing could then be coated with another
polymer to maintain structural soundness
Now reasonably a person could say, "you just used water
the descriptor as people easily imagine pressing
onto a polymer thread then having the water evaporate"
certainly something like tiny AMU PVDF or even octane
would create greater physical impressability with higher
evaporative rate, Then I would say they were right as
PVDF of tiny molecular weight (like just two or three
PVDF monomers linked) may well be quite strong,
partly fluorinated so has minimized stickiness, even
as a piezoplastic it might swell or shrink under an EM
to give even greater feature resolution or superior mold
release with EM.