Texion's software ProCad, a range of Computer Aided Design (CAD), and ProFab, a Manufacturing Execution System (MES) for all types and generations of warp knitting machines, can be used to develop new products by automating production, said Karl Mayer in a press release.
ProCad is perfect for the design departments of textile producers. The high-end ProCad software developer enables multibar and jacquard raschel patterns to be developed and processed. The ProCad warpknit can handle warp-knitted spacer textiles, tricot and raschel fabrics. The new 3D fabric simulation system can produce large lace, jacquard and tricot patterns extremely quickly based on two important new innovations – newly developed 3D algorithms and a wide range of new yarn models.
Fully integrated into the machine control systems, ProFab can access all the machine data and all the planning data simultaneously. The guaranteed real-time networking of the machines into the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems provides an accurate view of the status of the machines at all times, the machine utilisation, the status of the job, as well as quality reports and analyses. (HO)
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