A great paper regarding baggy web defects by R. Swanson followed. Baggy webs have different cross-web lengths. Baggy webs are the "super" problem. The paper discussed methods of quantify baggy webs.
Other papers improved on models for how wrinkles form. Various materials and roller surfaces were discussed.
A great discussion period followed with a lot of questions about web defects. The discussion was monopolized with discussions on web camber and baggy webs. Bagginess was described as a very difficult problem.
We then had a tour of the web handling lines in the lab showing experiments being performed as part of the ongoing research.
The day concluded with a bus trip to the Tulsa Gilcrease Museum for a tour and dinner.