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Lectra to partner with X-Rite/Pantone at Intermoda

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Jul '10
Lectra, the world leader in integrated technology solutions dedicated to industries using soft materials textiles, leather, industrial fabrics, and composite materials announced its plans to illustrate its partnership with X-Rite/Pantone at Intermoda July 20 - 23 in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Together, the companies will demonstrate how the direct integration of X-Rite/Pantone's technologies into Lectra's fashion solutions will create a seamless workflow and consistent color communication across in-house team members, subcontractors and professional partners around the world. The four day International Fashion Exhibition (Intermoda) will bring together over 19,000 people in the fashion industry from Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Spain, Peru, Chile, USA, and India.

"Color is critical in design. But, without specific instruction or reference, color evaluation and validation can be an expensive process," according to Roy Shurling, President of Lectra North America. "The integration of Lectra and X-Rite/Pantone technologies provides companies a seamless solution to enhance the accuracy and speed of color communication, while staying true to an original design concept. Mexico has many leading fashion companies and with a move towards building strong brand identity, we are pleased to demonstrate our global partnership with X-Rite/Pantone during Intermoda and offer a seamless color management and communication solution to those fashion companies."

Featuring Kaledo V2R2, the latest version of Lectra's leading professional textile and fashion design software, Lectra will demonstrate how design and development teams can benefit from the partnership via a direct connection with X-Rite's ColorMunki, which reads colors from physical samples directly into Kaledo modules and allows access to the full range of PANTONE FASHION + HOME color references, ultimately creating a seamless workflow for capturing, managing and communicating color.

At Lectra Stand (4102-4104-4106-5102-5105-5107), the company will also present its industry-standard and leading-edge pattern and marker-making solutions, Modaris and Diamino, which allow for the creation, development, verification, industrialization and grading of patterns faster, at lower costs and with flawless quality, while automatically generating markers that respect all fabric and garment constraints from the simplest to the most complex shapes.

Completing the CAD development process, Lectra will demonstrate its high performance range of Alys inkjet plotters that print patterns and markers quickly and accurately.

Additionally, Lectra will showcase its ProSpin Fashion, a perfect solution for cutting prototypes and samples. Modular and user-friendly, the ProSpin Fashion ensures a high cutting speed and guaranteed cut quality via an oscillating blade to meet demands regardless of fabric type or pattern pieces to be cut.

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