one of a number of tubular appendages that, in spiders and some insects, exudes silk threads. In spiders the silk is used to make webs, and in insects to make cocoons. Spinnerets in insects and spiders are not homologous structures.
In 1903 Usk joined forces with the Llangibby Hunt but the association was short lived and the final meeting took place on April 2, 1906, when the last race, the 3m Llandenny Chase, worth pounds 28, was won by Spinneret.
The conditions for spinning are as follow: spinneret diameter (1mm), take-up roller speed (180-200r/min), the distance between spinneret and take-up roller (150 mm), spinning temperature (110[degrees]C to 120[degrees]C).