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Tukatech releases new TUKA3D 2015 virtual design solution
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Tukatech, US-based leading provider of fashion technology solutions, has released TUKA3D 2015, the newest version of Tukatech’s 3D system for digital development from prototyping to ecommerce.

TUKA3D 2015 is a thoroughly tested version with over 14 months of use in 27 different companies with different brands, products, and applications, resulting in a system that has helped eliminate physical sample making. The new version includes many features which allow the user to easily apply the “look” of the garment. With seamless integration to TUKAcad 2D, TUKAstudio for Print Designs, Adobe Photoshop, and Illustrator, the final product can be visualized without the need of making a physical sample, according to a company release.

TUKA3D’s Planar Map feature allows users to utilize Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop to create hundreds of virtual samples without having to make a single physical garment. Many denim companies utilize this feature to virtually develop different types of washes and embellishments, saving time and cost of development. Once the digital look is approved then the garment is replicated as a physical sample.

Ram Sareen, founder and CEO of Tukatech said, “TUKA3D 2015 is the most advanced work that we have ever done in CAD/CAM technology. It should be called the 4D system, the fourth-dimension being the real-time motion simulation and live feedback.”

Ashesh Amin, chief operating officer at Adrianna Papell US said, “We make dresses with many different fabrics, prints, and colourways. With TUKA3D 2015 we are able to take many prints and colourways and with just the click of a button we can see the same garment in dozens of different strike-offs.” (GK)

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