Discontinuous filament winding (DFW) is a process used in the manufacturing of composite materials, where fibers are laid down in a specific pattern to create a reinforced structure. A discontinuous filament winding machine is used to automate this process. The machine consists of a rotating mandrel, a fiber delivery system, and a computer-controlled winding head. Discontinuous filament winding machine is used in many industries, including aerospace, automotive, and construction. It is capable of producing high-quality, complex composite structures with consistent quality and minimal waste.