EDANA - The voice of nonwovens
Carding Advanced Course
The Nonwovens Learning Cycleâ„¢
18 - 19 October 2017 - CETI, France

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   “The nonwovens Learning Cycle™” offers an integrated approach to the different phases of learning about nonwovens from the basics to guided development. The advanced course and guided development are offered in collaboration with CETI. 
TNLC_Introduction Provides you, with an introduction to the world of nonwovens, where basic manufacturing technologies, materials and applications are presented.  It is offered through an efficient and easily accessible virtual classroom.
TNLC_Intermediate Provides you with more in-depth information over three days. For 2 days, the full range of manufacturing technologies and raw materials is presented, with illustrations of both raw material and product samples. The third day features a visit to CETI where a guided tour will show nearly all manufacturing technologies, including a demonstration on one of the lines.  
TNLC_Advanced Go a step further than the intermediate course to focus on understanding the various production parameters in nonwoven manufacturing, and how these can be used to modify product properties in the areas of carding, meltblown and spunbond. Process engineers, product managers are invited to capitalize on CETI’s world-class facilities which features a unique range of combinations of web-forming and bonding machinery; 
TNLC_Development Focuses on innovation and product development, covering the full product development cycle, including market research, market trials, business plans and marketing. Participants work with a software package supporting the innovation process, and can also bring their own questions and challenge for this course. With its range of combinations of web-forming and bonding machinery, CETI offers the ideal premises for this opportunity for advanced support.

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