This training provides an overview of all process steps for a textile product – from the raw material to the textile, from the item of clothing to recycling. In particular, questions such as “What textile methods and processes are there?” and “How do these methods and processes differ?” are addressed. This course therefore provides an excellent basis for all other training courses at the Groz-Beckert Academy.
This course provides an overview of the variety of fibers – from natural and synthetic fibers, through to the end product as a yarn or plied yarn. The particular focus here is on answering questions such as “What fibers are there?” and “What is the difference between the fiber types and how they are made?”. This course provides an excellent basis for all other training courses at the Groz-Beckert Academy.
This training offers a general insight into the technology of knitting. The course focuses in particular on questions such as “What actually is knitting?” or “How is a loop created?” and “What kind of basic patterns are possible?”. In the practical part, the theoretical knowledge of the loop formation is applied on the manual flat knitting machine.
This training provides an overview of the basics of mechanical web bonding. You will learn the principles of web formation and needling and acquire knowledge of different technologies used for web bonding. In addition, you will get a brief glimpse of different finishing methods for nonwovens. This makes this course an excellent foundation for course 230 "Basics of products for the needling and structuring process".
This training outlines basic knowledge on the mechanical web formation process – from bale to web. Special attention will be paid to the roller card carding process, with answers to such questions as "What happens to the fibers in the carding process?", "Which tools are used?" and "Which parameters influence the quality of the nonwoven product?".
This course provides a general overview of the production of floor coverings via tuf ting technology. Questions such as “What types of carpets are there?” or “How are these carpets made?”, “How do I differentiate between them?” and “What should be taken into account when selecting the tools?” are answered here.
This training provides basic knowledge of the individual process steps in weaving operations and the corresponding machines and tools. The entire process chain is covered, starting with weaving preparation, moving on to the actual weaving process and right through to the woven fabric. Questions such as “How is a woven fabric defined?”, “What makes a woven fabric?” and “What properties do woven fabrics have?” are also answered.
This course provides participants with knowledge of the technology of sock knitting. The seminar focuses on questions such as “How do sock knitting machines differ from other circular knitting machines?”, “What are the special requirements in the field of sock knitting?” or “What pattern designs are available for sock knitting?”. The theory segment is followed by a practical section.
This course provides basic knowledge on the technology and application of electronic flat knitting. The extensive theory section focuses on questions such as “What is the structure of a flat knitting machine and how does it work?”, “What are the special features of flat knitting machines?” and “How can knitted fabric be defined with the sample software M1PLUS?”. In the practical phase, samples are created and transferred to the machine.
This course provides a detailed insight into the technology of circular knitting. The seminar focuses on the structure and function of large diameter circular knitting machines. The focus is on answering questions like “What options are available with circular knitting?” or “What different machine types are available?”.
This course focuses on the technology of warp knitting – from the beginnings to the latest state-of-the-art technology. In particular, questions such as “How is warp knitting defined in general?”, “What pattern designs are there?” and “What are the typical applications for warp knitted fabrics?” are answered.
This training provides an overview of the needle technology in general as well as the variety of tool required and their application. We will address questions such as "What types of felting and structuring needles are there?", "How are the needles used?" and "What must be considered when selecting tools?". The theoretical knowledge is supported with many samples and application examples. This course is the ideal supplement to our course K130 Basics of nonwoven technology - needling process.
This training provides a comprehensive insight into the most common fabric structures and into the basics of loop formation. The particular focus is on answering questions such as “How can fabric structures be identified and analyzed?” and “How are fabric structures documented?”. After a short theoretical introduction on the basic principles of loop formation, there is a detailed practical section.
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