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Lectra displays CAD/CAM Solution for Industrial Fabrics at WindPower
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Jun '08
Lectra, the world leader in integrated technology solutions dedicated to the soft goods industries, showcases its complete and integrated suite of solutions dedicated to the manufacturing of industrial fabrics for the wind energy industry at the WindPower 2008 Show.

Held at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas, June 1 - 4, 2008, the Windpower 2008 Conference & Exhibition is expected to have over 9,000 attendees. Lectra (booth no. 3501) will showcase its latest innovations for the wind turbine industry.

The WindPower 2008 Conference & Exhibition is North America's largest wind energy industry event of the year. Gathering in Texas, the nation's number one market for wind power, Lectra's showcased solutions include DesignConcept 3D, its 3D/2D conception and industrialization solution dedicated to industrial fabrics, and the VectorTechTexFX cutting solution for single and multiple ply cutting.

A complete and integrated offer dedicated to the processing of industrial fabrics for Wind Turbines.

Today, all industrial fabrics manufacturers have one thing in common: a need to produce a wide range of products with a very high level of precision. Ever-tighter shipment deadlines and controlling costs are major strategic challenges. These companies are under constant pressure to minimize material waste and reduce errors. Whether they make Formula 1 cars, wind turbine blades, boat hulls or aircraft components, they have their own specific needs and demand totally dedicated solutions.

All these challenges dictate that these businesses use the most innovative tools and secure processes to achieve success. By offering a truly and complete integrated range of solutions from the creation of 3D models all the way through cutting, Lectra is the only integrated technology solutions (software, CAD/CAM equipment and associated services) supplier that can offer the industrial fabrics manufacturers of wind turbine blades flexibility, accuracy, control and success in their global process.

Using a wide scope of proven technologies, Lectra ensures global management of product development through a complete set of applications associated with a value-added service offering.

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