Nonwovens Training

Nonwoven Tools offers pre-built and customized courses to give your employees the training and motivation to produce quality nonwovens in an efficient manner.

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Carding 101

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Carding 101 is designed to give production employees an overview of what a textile card is and what it does. This self-paced course is delivered online in DigitalChalk, including 10 chapters, 10 quizzes, and a certificate of completion. Give your employees the knowledge and confidence they need to be machine operators. Learn More »

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Needlepunch 101

This is a picture of a Dilo Hyperpunch board. We recently needled 12 of these boards for a total of 97,000 needles. Not only did we needle the boards, but the needles all had to have their cranks oriented. What a job!

Needlepunch 101 is a self-paced introductory course about the concepts and operation of a needle loom. It includes nine chapters covering operation, settings, parameters, cleaning, and maintenance, and a certificate of completion. Start using Needlepunch 101 available mid February 2014, because your fabric is only as good as the people who make it. Learn More »

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Custom Courses

Nonwoven Tools can create customized videos, computer courses, manuals, presentations, and other training aids for your plant. We can also conduct classes at your plant or teach through video conferencing. Having a passion for the work you do takes the drudgery out of work and transforms your work into an exciting adventure. If you would like to have someone working with you and your employees to make them the best they can be and to improve your profitability, contact Nonwoven Tools today.

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*Get a discount if you buy more than 10 courses.  Contact us for more information about buying in bulk.

Our Philosophy of Training

In producing our courses, we have several goals in mind that shape the product into its final form.

  • To make the course simple enough for a new employee and yet complete enough that even seasoned employees would like the course and learn from it.
  • To provide a curriculum that would standardize training, so all employees would be trained from the same material.
  • To break the cycle of having "the best operator" train a new employee having no curriculum or road map for training.
  • To provide a flexible means of training that would not require an in-plant trainer or someone to develop curriculum, since not all plants have such a person or can afford one.
  • To make the training very affordable by selling it on a per-person basis rather that charging a large amount to sell a DVD.  This way you only pay for training when you need it rather than having a costly DVD lying on a shelf.
  • To provide video, slides, drawings, and links so the student is engaged.
  • To deliver training over the Internet so it can be watched anywhere by this Internet-savvy generation.
  • To make it upgradable.  Since the program is hosted on the Internet, changes and improvements can be made at any time.  Our desire is that our courses get better as you supply comments and criticisms.

Online training is a valuable and cost-effective method for continuous education and overall productivity enhancement.

Steve Rosenthal
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Non • woven Terms

Typical ExtruderExtruder
Thermoplastic polymers such as polyester and polypropylene have one component in common; they rely on extruders at some stage of the process. Carded polyester and polypropylene fabric use bales of ... read more

Vertical FO with a chute to enable bypassing the FOFine Opener
Fiber systems for staple fibers usually consist of balefeeds, conveyors, a storage and/or mixing bin, an opening device, and fans. The opening device is often a fine opener. There are ... read more

Penetration-01Needle Dwell Time
In a needle loom the fabric is held between plates called the stripper plate and the bed plate. When the needle is starting to move towards the fabric, it first ... read more

IMG_0871-Scray
A scray is a mechanical device designed to accumulate fabric. On some nonwoven lines when a roll of fabric is finished, it is necessary to stop the winder to doff ... read more

Filaments being collected on a Reifenhauser spunbond machine (click for photo credit)Spunbond
There are several methods of making nonwovens under the general term of “spunlaid”. The spunbond process is one of these. For many years, thermoplastic (PP, PET, nylon, etc.) fibers have ... read more

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