Profession tufting operator

Tufting operators supervise the tufting process of a group of machines, monitoring fabric quality and tufting conditions. They inspect tufting machines after set up, start up, and during production to ensure the product being tufted meets specs and quality standards.

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Personality Type

  • Realistic / Conventional

Knowledge

  • Textile industry machinery products

    The offered textile industry machinery products, their functionalities, properties and legal and regulatory requirements.

  • Tufting technology

    Know how to produce pile fabrics such as carpets using tufting technology.

  • Textile techniques

    Have a thorough understanding of textile processing techniques.

Skills

  • Control textile process

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

  • Evaluate textile characteristics

    Evaluate textiles and their properties in order to manufacture products in conformity with specifications.

  • Manufacture textile floor coverings

    Produce textile floor coverings by tending machines, sewing parts, and applying finishing touches to products such as carpets, rugs, and made up textile floor covering articles.

  • Produce textile samples

    Make up textile samples or have them fabricated by specialised workers or technicians.

Optional knowledge and skills

monitor automated machines textile technologies properties of fabrics nonwoven machine technology