This advanced 3.5-day course is designed for professionals with an engineering or materials science degree, or a minimum of one year’s experience with engineered fabrics.
It provides a comprehensive understanding of fiber and filament extrusion product and processes, including raw material selection, polymer characterization, fiber and fibrous assemblies, fiber to fabric transitions, testing and characterization. Attendees will gain valuable insights into the importance of fiber and filaments as a basic feed stock for advancing nonwoven fabrics processes and products. Attendees will also benefit from hands-on learning with experiments in The Nonwovens Institute’s state-of-the-art fiber science laboratory.
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