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[TC]² to unveil new 'dressing room-size' 3D body scanner

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May '07
At SPESA Expo in Miami, May 8-10, [TC]² will be unveiling its new “dressing room-size” 3D body scanner, a 4'x4.5' enclosure scaled to fit into most retail dressing room areas. The newest generation NX-16 scanner is a fully automatic, white-light technology designed for several applications, including apparel, athletic, health and fitness management, and medical applications.

[TC]² is coordinating a 4,000 sq. ft. pavilion that is the largest exhibit combining multiple suppliers, showcasing leading edge technologies that are in support of a totally digital supply chain. The space will be divided into four areas of concentration: Product development, merchandising/sales, Product Conversion, and Distribution.

In addition to the exhibits by more than ten different companies, there will be live presentations during show hours, describing the various technologies and pavilion activities in depth.

SPESA Expo 2007 is the only exhibition in the Western Hemisphere where attendees can see the full array of machinery and technology for all sectors of the sewn products industry. It serves as a comprehensive resource with seminars and educational events that support and augment attendees' use and knowledge of today's technology.

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