Profession knitting machine supervisor

Knitter supervisors supervise the knitting process of a group of machines, monitoring fabric quality and knitting conditions. They inspect knitting machines after set up, start up and during production to ensure that the product being knit meets specifications and quality standards.

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Personality Type

  • Realistic / Conventional

Knowledge

  • Knitting machine technology

    Manufacturing technologies which use loop forming techniques to convert yarns into fabrics in order to form knitted fabrics.

Skills

  • Manufacture weft knitted fabrics

    Perform the operation, monitoring and maintenance of machines and processes to manufacture weft knitting fabrics.

  • Use warp knitting technologies

    Use warp knitting machine technologies that enable the formation of fabrics. Able to set machines for warp knitting, colour and pattern for monitoring and controlling the warp knitting process on electronic automatic warp knitting machines equipped with multifunction microprocessor and software.

  • Control textile process

    Planning and monitoring textile production to achieve control on behalf of quality, productivity and delivery time.

  • Manufacture knitted textiles

    Perform the operation, monitoring and maintenance of machines and processes to manufacture knitted products keeping efficiency and productivity at high levels.

  • Maintain work standards

    Maintaining standards of work in order to improve and acquire new skills and work methods.

Optional knowledge and skills

use warp preparation technologies manufacture fur products draw sketches to develop textile articles properties of fabrics manufacturing of fur products evaluate textile characteristics manufacture braided products