The company will display its latest O/15.5 version including its new 2D and 3D capabilities, new cut plan features, enhanced seams and pleats, automatic nesting, and more. The visitors to its booth will get to see how 3D can help in the sales, marketing and e-commerce functions of a company, according to a press release by Optitex.
Additionally, Yoram Burg, president of Optitex - US and Canada will also moderate a panel on ‘Present and Future Trends in Product Development’, which will discuss automation and robotics in the industry.
Commenting on the participation, Burg said, “The US apparel market is one of the most innovative, and we are seeing more of our customer base adopting 3D technology to save time, reduce costs and create better products.” (MCJ)
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