The first commercial method for manufacture of manmade fibre is wet spinning of cellulosic fibre-rayon. This process involves the use of appropriate liquid solution which is pumped through small nozzle called spinneret, into a chemical bath that coagulates the extruded solution of endless strands of filaments. These coagulated continuous fibers are drawn out of bath, purified by washing, dried and then wound onto spools. The construction of spinneret decides if it is a mono-filament, if one hole, Multifilament if many holes are present in the spinneret. The amount of twist given to the processed yarn will affect texture and strength.