AccuMark 10.1 closes the gap between production systems by streamlining workflows and supporting improved communication. It offers enhanced pattern design and development, marking, nesting, spread and cut planning, according to a press release.
AccuMark supports digital design, production workflows, and collaboration through a comprehensive family of features that include AccuMark 3D offering improved productivity and time to market through enhancements that provide accelerated design development; AccuPlan, a new spread and cut planning solution that uses a Marker Library to plan for and process multiple cut orders, plan marker and ply requirements and generate reports; and YuniquePLM Integration, a collaboration between AccuMark and YuniquePLM.
Mary McFadden, Gerber's executive director, CAD Product Management said, “The expanded AccuMark family of products will increase throughput and reduce physical samples by as much as 50 per cent, and boost productivity by as much as 10 per cent. We've made communication and quality control more collaborative all along the development and production process. In addition, it can cut product development time by two weeks.”
Enhancements can be found throughout the AccuMark family of products. AccuMark users will find new smart patternmaking tools to improve pattern design productivity and colour matching capabilities for fabric printing. Rule-based marker layouts increase marker throughput by using AccuNest on markers previously laid by hand. New DXF output options from AccuScan give customers more options for using photographs for pattern input. (GK)
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