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CutPlan for fashion industry
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Dec '09
OptiTex software developers have unveiled the latest module to benefit the fashion industry, CutPlan. CutPlan will allow OptiTex users to control their costs by offering a global solution by dramatically reducing material waste, the amount the remnant pieces and control production costs when handling smaller order sizes.

CutPlan provides production with detailed spreading information for multi-color plies and a superior nesting engine for maximum market efficiency. With the CutPlan software, manufacturers orders are guaranteed to be produced with more accuracy and optimal detail. OptiTex CutPlan software compliments OptiTex's already existing Marker and Nesting modules. Nest++2 drastically increases material efficiency, elevates overall nesting standards and reduces time and labor.

“By broadening our software range to accommodate multi color plies, we make the world more colorful by allowing users to produce accurate cuts for more of their lines", says Ran Machtinger, CEO of OptiTex.

The CutPlan software helps the user define fabric quantities, properties, size, cost and weight. The software then provides accurate cost production calculations in the form of real time Excel and XML file reports file for all the stored data and nested MRK files.

OptiTex develops innovative, user-friendly 2D and 3D CAD solutions for all cut-fabric and fashion-related industries. OptiTex solutions are designed to facilitate collaboration among partners throughout the manufacturing process. OptiTex is also active in e-commerce, providing online sales tools to promote branding and customer loyalty. As the industry standard, OptiTex is a cornerstone of design training with installations in universities and educational centers worldwide. OptiTex products are sold and supported around the world through certified distributors and OEMs.

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