Introduction to Spunbond and Meltblown Technology – This intensive 3.5-day course provides comprehensive and fresh understanding in the spunbond and meltblown processes, including raw material selection, basic science knowledge, testing, and the characterization used to create end use products.
Fiber and Filament Extrusion Fundamentals – This advanced 2.5-day course is designed for professionals with an engineering or materials science degree, or a minimum of one year’s experience with engineered fabrics. The course delivers in-depth insights into the importance of fiber and filaments as a basic feed stock for advancing nonwovens fabrics, processes, and products.
Fabric Property Development and Characterization – Important nonwoven fabric properties are discussed over 3.5-days of training. The focus is measuring and controlling tensile, basis weight, compressibility, softness, fiber orientation, distribution and diameter, moisture and vapor transmission, and flammability.
Nonwoven Product Development & Innovation – The most advanced course investigates the corporate tools and methodologies used in implementing a successful product development process from concept to commercialization. The course defines integrating team dependencies between engineering, manufacturing, purchasing, and marketing disciplines to develop a product.