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Tukatech creates virtual 3D garment development solution
Dec '14
Tukatech, US-based leading provider of fashion technology solutions has launched a cloud-based virtual 3D garment development solution, TUKA3D, to improve the digital communication in the field of development and approvals of fabric samples over the internet.

Mr. Arshad Sattar, managing director of Timex Group said, “With TUKA3D, designers can see the 3D sample; zoom, pan, rotate the sample, just like they will in real life on a real person. In addition there is a video showing how garment and fabric drapes, in tension and X-RAY mode enabling the viewer to see if there are any fit issues. Upon analyzing the 3D sample and the video they can make comments, and the system automatically informs the pattern maker who can see and read the comments, make the required corrections and send the new sample almost immediately. The system informs the individuals or the designated group to view and approve the final garment.”

Ram Sareen, the founder and CEO of Tukatech said, “The cloud-based TUKA3D solution is a community based solution where all blocks in 3D samples reside by each division, brand, season and product type. The files are complete with 2D flat pattern, fit model’s body, type of fabric, the measurement chart and all the integrated information, ready to use again to develop new garments.”

“Today, there are many ecommerce retailers using TUKA3D for designing, developing, and uploading their realistic looking digital assets,” he added.

According to reports, TUKA3D comes with digital replicas of over 500 fit models of brands and retailers. These are supplied to vendors approved by brands or retailers. There is a database of 150 pre-set digital fabrics and hundreds of appropriate motions for real time evaluation of fit.

TUKA3D is the only 3D system with built-in motion simulator for FIT Development and verification of FIT with colour tension Mapping, X-Ray vision, and many other features to simulate a real fit session. It compares to an actual fit session without making any physical samples, the company said in a statement.

With over 17,000 systems installed and over 6,000 competitive systems replaced, Tukatech offers award winning 2D and 3D pattern making, design, and manufacturing software designed specifically for garment makers of all sizes and skill levels. (GK)

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