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Lectra showcases new Vector Offload & Mosaic at Hickory
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Grouping pieces together by sewing bundles once they have been cut is a key phase in the production process. The slightest error is costly: this is the reason why most manufacturers choose to cut markers containing pieces from a single model.

With Vector Offload, you can now cut markers that nest several models together without running any risk of error. The cutting process flows more smoothly, sorting errors are kept to a minimum, and major fabric savings can be made.

Mosaic is another new system that lets users cut patterned fabrics, making sure pieces match perfectly when assembled, even when materials are distorted.

Fabrics are photographed at high speed by a digital camera, and markers modified in real time to ensure perfect piece positioning and geometry. Upholstery furniture manufacturers frequently use fabrics with stripes or motifs that must be matched when assembled.

With Mosaic, VectorFurnitureFX's indispensable companion, cutting materials with stripes, prints or plaids has never been so fast and easy! As a result, upholstery furniture manufacturers can face fashion trend changes, processing both plain and patterned fabrics with the same hardware, yet remaining completely flexible and reactive.


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