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Oct '09
OptiTex will host a series of Webinars for current users and other interested parties in the fashion and textile industry.

The Webinars will be the perfect opportunity for anyone who has an interest in the latest technology and the many ways it can streamline your workflow and boost your bottom line.

OptiTex specialists will lead the series of Webinars from October 28, 2009 until March 24, 2010. The Webinars will provide valuable information for those in the fashion and textile industry looking to increase profits during pre and postproduction phases. The Webinars will provide tools to achieve efficiency and decrease time-to- market. Additionally, OptiTex Webinars will provide participants with the knowledge to enhance speed, accuracy and fit when working with CAD software. Participants can review topics such as 3D design and fit, nesting, marking and animation while acquiring tips to maximize the usage of their current software.

“These webinars will provide excellent information and support for participants from the fashion and textile industries.” Says Yoram Burg, President of OptiTex USA. “The OptiTex webinar series is proof once again that OptiTex is always striving to provide its customers with added value.”

OptiTex develops innovative, user-friendly 2D and 3D CAD solutions for all cut-fabric and fashion-related industries. OptiTex solutions are designed to facilitate collaboration among partners throughout the manufacturing process.

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