Our device used to apply the fibers produced by electrospinning to sutures was designed and machined to be variable for an array of testing parameters, including nanofiber brush collector size, material, and rotational speed. To optimize the rotational velocity of steel brush heads for production of samples, a simple PLLA polymer was melted and mixed with DCM for extrusion. This polymer was electrospun into fibers with a flow rate of 1.50 mL/hr using a voltage difference of 7.97 kV between the syringe and grounded rotating collection apparatus. After one hour of extrusion, the fibers were collected with the brush heads of the device and spun into a silk with the brush heads rotating in opposite directions at 150 rpm. Following the spinning, the wrapped fibers were cut from the brush heads. Next, another sample group was prepared the same way, but a 4-0 braided suture was strung through the device and the fibers were wrap around the suture at 150 rpm. The final sample was prepared, and a suture was strung through the device, but a speed of 76 rpm was used to apply the fibers to the suture. To analyze the samples and determine the best speed for the brush heads to coat the sutures, scanning electron microscopy(SEM) was used to compare each samples’ fiber alignment and size (Figures 1 and 2).