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    Ironing Dyneema?

    A question for the TB crew - can the dyneema fabric be ironed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sofapug View Post
    A question for the TB crew - can the dyneema fabric be ironed?
    No -- both the nylon and the Dyneema have relatively low melting points.
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    Speaking of melting points, I was thinking about this the other day. My work laptop is a monster (really a desktop replacement), and can get quite hot. Should I be worried about putting it directly into my bag while it is shutting it down? What are the melting points? I can always let it cool for a minute or so, but just wondering if I need to.

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    Thanks, Darcy! Good to know.


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