Converting synthetic granule into man-made-fibres such as filament yarns or staple fibre yarns.
produce manmade fibres
treet man-made fibres
process man-made fibres
process synthetic granule for man-made fibre manufacture
process synthetic granule for yarn manufacture
treet man-made fibres
proces synthetic granule for man-made fibre manufacture
Skill reusability level
Relationships with occupations
Process man-made fibres is an essential skill of the following occupations:
Man-made fiber spinner: Man-made fiber spinners perform fibre or filament processing operations.
Process man-made fibres is optional for these occupations. This means knowing this skill may be an asset for career advancement if you are in one of these occupations.
Twisting machine operator: Twisting machine operators tend machines that spin two or more fibres together into a yarn. They handle raw materials, prepare them for processing, and use twisting machines for the purpose. They also perform routine maintenance of the machinery.
Knitting textile technician: Knitting textile technicians perform operations related to setting up knitting processes. They may work in weft or warp knitting factories, using digital information technology (CAD) for patterning. They work in cooperation with the physical laboratory technicians in order to ensure error free knitted fabrics. They are responsible for highest productivity rates.
Yarn spinner: Yarn spinners convert fibres into yarns.
Winding machine operator: Winding machine operators tend machines that wrap strings, cords, yarns, ropes, threads onto reels, bobbins, or spools. They handle materials, prepare them for processing, and use winding machines for the purpose. They also perform routine maintenance of the machinery.
Spinning machine operator: Spinning machine operators produce yarns, twists, and other fibres by tending spinning, twisting, winding, and reeling machines. They handle raw materials, prepare them for spinning processes, and use machinery for the purpose. They also perform routine maintenance of the machinery.
Textile process controller: Textile process controllers perform textile process operations, technical functions in various aspects of design, production and quality control of textile products, and cost control for processes. They use computer aided manufacturing (CAM), and computer integrated manufacturing (CIM) tools in order to ensure conformity of entire production process to specifications. They compare and exchange individual processes with other departments (e.g cost calculation office) and initiate appropriate actions. They analyse the structure and properties of raw materials used in textiles and assist to prepare specifications for their production, analyse and interpret test data.
Textile quality inspector: Textile quality inspectors ensure that the manufactured of textile products is compliant with predetermined specifications.
Sign maker: Sign makers design and develop signs for a variety of uses such as flyers, traffic signs, billboards and business signs. They use different materials and techniques and if necessary they install the sign on site. Furthermore they also perform maintenance and repairs.
Weaving textile technician: Weaving textile technicians perform operations related to setting up weaving processes.
- Process man-made fibres – ESCO