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					   Computer                                                                                      TEXTILE FUNDAMENTALS provides
                                                                                                 a comprehensive, in-depth study of textile process-
                             Requirements                                                        ing, from fiber to finishing. The series provides the



                                                          Textile
                                                                                                 participant with insight into all areas of textile process-
   The Textiles Fundamentals eLearning system is                                                 ing, and an understanding of how these processes
   a web-based delivery system with the following                                                interact with each other to produce a quality product.
   requirements:
                      Operating Systems
   • Windows 2000 and higher
                                                           Fundamentals      eLearning modules
                                                                                                 AATCC and the TexEd department of the College
                                                                                                 of Textiles at North Carolina State University have
                                                                                                 partnered to offer online “eLearning” instruction to
   • Mac OS X or higher                                                                          individuals involved in all facets of the textile supply
                                                                                                 chain. View and pay for only the modules you need.
   • Linux                                                                                       This state-of-the-art online course series makes learn-
                            Software
   • Internet Browser (IE, Mozilla Firefox, etc.)
                                                          • fibers                               ing immediately accessible, engaging, and afford-
                                                                                                 able. Visit our website, www.aatcc.org, to view an
   • Adobe Flash Player 8.0 or higher                     • texturing                            online demo of the Textile Fundamentals modules.
                    Network Connection                    • spun yarn                            FEATURES                                                      BENEFITS
   • Broadband Internet connection                         manufacturing                         • State-of-the-art visual experience including                • Textile knowledge you can take to the workplace
     (i.e. DSL, Cable, LAN or high speed IP connection)                                            graphic animations and simulation videos                     and beyond
                                                          • warp preparation                     • Comprehensive, in-depth study of the entire textile         • Acquire technical knowledge to make informed
                                                          • warp knitting                          process from fiber formation to coloration and finishing
                                                                                                 • Tests and exercises in each module
                                                                                                                                                                management decisions
                                                                                                                                                               • Develop an understanding of the entire textile
                                                          • weft knitting                        • Text of each module narration                                formation chain
                                                          • weaving                              • Textile glossary                                            • Learn on your own terms—from the comfort of
                                                                                                 • Detailed index of topics covered in each module               your own office, home or anywhere internet access
                                                          • nonwovens                                                                                            is available
                                                                                                 CREDENTIALS                                                   • Learn at your own pace—when the timing is right
                                                          • fabric preparation                   • Curriculum designers with prior textile industry              for you
                                                          • color and                              careers and/or work experience                              • No travel expense; zero nights away from home
                                                                                                 • Curriculum designers have 95 years combined                 • Assessment testing
                                                           color properties                        teaching experience                                         • Certificate of Achievement
                                                          • dyestuffs and
                                                                                                 THE SERIES                                                    AUDIENCE
                                                           applications                          • Fourteen eLearning modules to chose from                    • Newcomers or experienced professionals who
                                                          • printing                             • Price discount for AATCC members                              want to expand their knowledge of the textile
                                                          • chemical finishing                                                                                   process
                                                                                                                                                               • Those who wish to improve their understanding of
                                                          • mechanical finishing                                                                                 the technology of the textile industry

                                                                                                                                                               PRICING
                                                                                                                                                               • US$140 per module for nonmembers
                                                                        sponsored by:                                                                          • US$99 per module for AATCC individual and
                                                                                                                                                                corporate members

                                                                                                                                                                          Inquiries please contact
                                                                                                                                                                                 Kim Nicholson
                                                                                                                                                                                    AATCC
                                                                                                                                                                               +1 919 549 3535
                                                                                                                                                                              nicholk@aatcc.org


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   Textile Fundamentals eLearning Series:
   Fibers                                                             weaving and warp knitting. The types and applications of        Fabric Preparation
   •  The Textile Fibers module presents basic information            warping and slashing equipment are discussed, and the           • The Fabric Preparation module is an overview of major
   and terminology related to fiber identification, classification,   important variables of each are highlighted.                    technical processes used on fiber, yarn, or fabric to
   production, and properties. It introduces the concept of                                                                           prepare them for subsequent processes such as dyeing,
                                                                      Warp Knitting                                                   finishing, printing, and other apparel and non-apparel
   polymerization and explains how the chemical composi-
   tion and physical structure of a fiber influence its physical,
                                                                      • The Warp Knitting Module begins with some key informa-        processes. Chemical and mechanical processes are dis-
                                                                      tion on warp beam formation and its relevance to the warp       cussed as related to function and technical procedures.
   chemical, and comfort properties. You will learn the generic
                                                                      knitting machine. The key elements of tricot and raschel warp
   names for fiber classification as defined by the Federal
                                                                      knitting machines will be presented along with the different    Color and Color Properties
   Trade Commission and be able to differentiate between
   natural and synthetic fibers. Physical, chemical, and thermal
                                                                      types of fabrics that can be produced from these types of       • The Color and Color Properties module covers informa-
                                                                      machines. Two bar fabrics, open-work fabrics, laying-in         tion that will help you gain a better understanding of the
   properties of many of the natural and synthetic fibers in
                                                                      three and four bar fabrics, and two needle bar fabrics will     variables that influence color perception. Current methods
   use today are reported and described, as well as typical
                                                                      be addressed. Examples of knit design notation for differ-      of shade matching and color measurement are presented.
   production procedures for synthetic fibers. The module will                                                                        The relationship between perceived and acceptable color
                                                                      ent warp knit fabrics will also be presented. Actual fabric
   also enable you to be able to relate fiber properties to the                                                                       differences is discussed.
                                                                      swatches are viewed in normal and close-up range for many
   resulting fabric properties in the end-use product.
                                                                      different knit designs. Videos and animations will enhance
                                                                      your understanding and concept of warp knitting.                Dyestuffs and Applications
   Texturing                                                                                                                          • The Dyestuffs and Dyestuff Applications module pres-
   • The Texturing module will give you an insight into the           Weft Knitting                                                   ents the objectives of dyeing and the keys to good quality
   fundamentals of texturing. Content includes descriptions           • The Weft Knitting module begins by introducing weft knit-     dyeing. Dyestuff properties and methods of dyeing blends
   of the technology of the process, historical developments          ting and warp knitting and then proceeds to elaborate on        are discussed. Different types of dyeing equipment are
   in technology, and types of texturing currently used are all       weft knitting. Key machine elements are presented along         reviewed along with advantages and disadvantages of
   discussed in detail. Important yarn property considerations,       with important knitting terms and definitions. Single knit      each type.
   key processing steps and other key parameters for process          machinery and fabrics, double knit machinery and fabrics,
   control are included as well.                                      and flat-bed knitting are discussed. Different types of knit    Printing
                                                                      loops and their influence on the fabric properties are also     • The Printing module presents methods of textile printing
   Spun Yarn Manufacturing                                            covered. Actual fabric swatches are viewed in normal and
                                                                                                                                      and describes the equipment employed with each method.
   •  The Spun Yarn Manufacturing module covers all the               close-up range for many different knit designs.
                                                                                                                                      Advantages and disadvantages of each method are also
   processing steps in the production of a short staple spun                                                                          explained. An overview of digital ink jet printing is given
   yarn, beginning with opening, cleaning, and blending and           Weaving                                                         with the current systems available.
   concluding with spinning and winding. The viewer will learn        • The Weaving module presents the basic motions of weav-
   the key objectives of each process and gain knowledge of           ing, types of shedding, methods of filling insertion, woven     Chemical Finishing
   the many variables affecting yarn quality and production.          fabric production calculations, and basic woven design.         • The Chemical Finishing module is a review of techniques
   All major types of short staple spun yarns are included            Derivatives of the basic weave designs are covered along        used to apply chemical finishes to textile products. The more
   along with their specific properties. Plied yarns and nov-                                                                         frequently used chemical finishes for textiles are discussed
                                                                      with the different types of pile fabrics.
   elty yarns are also presented along with the major yarn                                                                            as related to function and chemistry involved.
   numbering systems.                                                 Nonwovens
                                                                      • The Nonwovens module discusses the major web forming          Mechanical Finishing
   Warp Preparation                                                   technologies with an overview of the processes involved.        • The Mechanical Finishing module is a review of mechani-
   • The Warp Preparation module discusses the importance of          The technologies used for bonding with representative           cal processes applied to fabrics that add special surface
   warp preparation as it relates to efficiency and quality in        product types and advantages are explored.                      effects and appearance value. The machines used for
                                                                                                                                      modifying textile fabric surfaces are explained.




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