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Two courses on technical textiles & nonwovens by TTNA

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Mar '08
Once again the Technical Textiles and Nonwoven Association, in cooperation with CSIRO Textile and Fibre Technology and the International Fibre Centre, will be holding its highly acclaimed Nonwovens Program from Monday 12th May through to Thursday 15th May 2008, at Belmont (VIC).

This program is designed to educate nonwoven industry personnel and supply chain partners on Nonwoven technologies and end-use applications.

The Nonwovens Basics Program – Monday 12th May – is a comprehensive one-day training course covering Nonwovens technologies and markets.

It is aimed at personnel who purchase, use or specify Nonwovens or those who are considering Nonwovens applications.

The Nonwovens Product Development Workshop – Tuesday 13th to Thursday 15th May – is a three-day intensive program with a combination of class work, lectures and hands on practice that covers the entire Nonwoven product development process.

Technical Textiles and Nonwoven Association


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