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Leading software exhibitors to be seen at Texprocess
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Mar '15
In this era of fast fashion, a visit to Texprocess 2015 will enable companies to reduce time to markets 3D as the fair will have many exhibitors from the CAD/CAM and PLM segments.

Leading exhibitors of 3D CAD/CAM and PLM solutions include Gerber Technology, Human Solutions, Koppermann, Setlog, texdata and W+P Solutions.

According to the organiser, Messe Frankfurt, visitors will be able to discuss various issues with these suppliers under one roof and see how their requirements and shortfall areas can best be addressed.

The production of apparel has changed dramatically. In the past, the entire process took an average of six weeks and contained a high percentage of rejected designs until the process was completed.

In today’s world of fashion collections, global production and reduced time to market, 3D CAD, PLM and Cloud solutions have created completely new ways of computer-integrated garment manufacturing.

“Software companies have developed virtual CAD systems, beginning with textile design, and then being able to change fabrics on a garment design,” Messe Frankfurt said in a press release.

One can build up a virtual weave, change colourways or count sizes and continually being able to see the changes on a design on screen, which was also later extended to knits.

These technologies have evolved to such an extent that not only can one design a garment on a static avatar of one’s exact choice, one can even see how the design will look, fit and drape.

The compression wear and swimwear industries have also learned how to make skin-tight pieces quickly by simply drafting shapes around a 3D model and reducing these into flat patterns.

This is done by using the virtual avatar performing the virtual sport, to see the actual stresses and strains on that garment.

The sizes and shapes of avatars can be changed on screen enabling a user to create a virtually unlimited number of body types by adjusting body shape, height, circumference and muscle mass.

Mike Elia, CEO of Gerber Technology said, “3D will be a disruptive technology as its applications are broad and will have an impact from the creative and garment development process to merchandising and e-commerce.”

Kurt Salmon from a leading consulting firm informs, “The key advantages are speed and innovation as 3D technology allows prototypes to be produced more quickly than ever before.”

Tukatech, exhibitor of Texprocess Americas also said, “3D apparel design software eliminates the need for trial and error in physical sampling.”

“By creating virtual prototypes before physical samples, designs can be modified more easily, significantly shortening the sample approval process,” it added.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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