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Tukatech unveils TUKA3D fashion suite at India's GT expo
Mar '16
Courtesy: Tukatech
Courtesy: Tukatech
Tukatech, the apparel industry's leading provider of fashion technology solutions, has launched its the latest and most powerful version of its award-winning pattern design software TUKAcad, and its 3D fashion design and development software TUKA3D at the recently held GT Expo in New Delhi, India and Texprocess Americas expo in Atlanta, GA, US.

The new releases include many improvements, developed to reduce the time and cost for the entire product development process.

TUKA3D developed with Autodesk's 3D Studio Max also allows developers to verify fit in hundreds of customised motions, through the built-in motion simulation feature.

TUKAcad is a complete suite of applications, allowing a single person to complete the pattern development processes and share information with all non-CAD users. TUKAcad 2016 continues to dominate software industry, remaining in first place with new features that increase speed, efficiency, and functionality, according to a press release.

Arshad Sattar, managing director for Timex – Avirate said, “We were the first dress company to adopt TUKA3D technology in 2005. Since then we have been heavily involved with the development of many new features, which has helped us out tremendously. TUKA3D 2016 is the most advanced and powerful 3D software.”

Iva Sareen, president of Tukatech and creator of TUKA3D technology said, “Being a technology partner with Autodesk, the largest 3D software company in the world with applications such as 3D Studio Max, Maya, and many others being used for the animation, film, and gaming industry, gives Tukatech a great advantage in providing the apparel industry with an all-in-one package. TUKA3D users have the advantage of designing and developing 3D garments, and even producing high-resolution, true-to-life images and videos, with several different options for output, all in one application. Unlike many other systems, TUKA3D comes with full 3D Studio Max, but it has an extremely simplified interface which is suitable for apparel users.” (GK)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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