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'Art of Men' chooses 3D body scanner by Human Solutions
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Nov '14
German menswear specialist ‘Art of Men’ has chosen VITUS LC3 3D body scanner by Human Solutions GmbH, one of the leading marketers of ergonomic simulations for the apparel industry, for acquiring the body dimensions of its customers.

The 3D body scanner provides customers’ precise body measurements – at a maximum of just one millimetre deviation and in only 12 seconds. This provides more time for customer advice, the selection of the model and the fabric, plus all the details that are required for garments that will last, Human Solutions said in a statement.

Dr. Helga Gäbel of 3D body Scanner Sales at Human Solutions, said, “Taking measurements with the scanner appeals to a lot of tech-savvy men. And when they put on their new tailored suit, its outstanding wearer comfort totally convinces them. The concept of sustainability is becoming increasingly popular in fashion today – many men value high quality and appreciate a tailored suit in a timeless design that can be worn over many years.”

The Human Solutions software, Intailor, for computerized customization production is also now a key player at Art of Men. Intailor is the only complete system for customization, providing apparel manufacturers with an interactive product catalogue, plus body measurement and the calculation of the final price — and a direct link to collection development and production, all in one seamless process. This makes the ordering process and production of batch sizes a lot more interesting from a financial standpoint.

The core business of Art of Men is formal wear and apparel for bridegrooms. The company offers both made-to-measure suits and around 1,500 ready-to-wear suits that are always in stock.

Human Solutions GmbH provides body dimension data and ergonomic simulation in Computer-aided Design (CAD) for ergonomic vehicle design and size & fit optimization in the apparel industry. (GK)

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