Technical textiles are produced from different fiber raw materials. They are divided into 3 categories: natural, organic and inorganic fibers.
Winding and spooling
Winding is the combination of two or more zero-tour yarns with the same tension on a winding coil or a winding package. Spooling is the process of coiling twisted yarn or threads raw or fitted onto packages which may be conical or have a different sleeve diameter than the feed package.
Twisting is part of yarn finishing and represents its own process at MEP. Finishing is primarily intended to increase friction.
Weaving is used to manufacture textile fabrics. Fabrics are created through crossing of several parallel warp threads with the weft threads.
The foundation for functionalizing of technical textiles are refinement processes, such as fitting, fixating or stretching the threads.
Logistics is the control and coordination of all material movements, ranging from incoming raw material shipments to delivery to the customer.