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Demo of OptiTex Version 11 at textile processing trade show
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Apr '11
OptiTex, the leading developer of innovative, easy-to-operate 2D and 3D CAD/CAM solutions will be attending Texprocess 2011 at the Messe Frankfurt, May 24-27,2011, Hall 4.0, IT Lounge, Booth E81.

Texprocess is a new international trade fair for processing textile and flexible materials. It will make its debut May 24-27, 2011, parallel to Techtextil, International Trade Fair for Technical Textiles and Nonwovens, in Frankfurt am Main.

At the conference, OptiTex will demonstrate the newest release of their software OptiTex Version 11. The release of OptiTex's Version 11 software provides users with an array of enhancements and new features including improved 2D tools in Slash and Spread functionality, Walking capabilities, Variation Grading, 3D algorithm and GUI, and a new network protection system (SRM).

"As always, OptiTex is committed to keeping our software update for our loyal customers" says Ran Machtinger, CEO of OptiTex. "Our Version 11 software exhibits improved 2D and 3D capabilities among other tools that improve the performance of our signature software".

At Texprocess 2011, OptiTex is slated to present their Real-time physical cloth simulation software to compete for the Texprocess Innovation Award 2011. OptiTex will join key partners and distributors at the Texprocess 2011. Among them will be PLM solution company Insys, and distributor from Poland, Allcomp.

OptiTex USA Inc


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