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vPersonalize unveils cloud based pattern making software
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Mar '18
Courtesy: vPersonalize
Courtesy: vPersonalize
California based vPersonalize Inc., a pioneer in 3D design and automation software for on-demand manufacturing, has announced that the company has launched its cloud based pattern making software to help bring professional CAD tools to designers, enabling them to easily create, share, and collaborate on pattern making online on www.onlinepatternmaker.com.

A new, patent pending, design methodology allows even those without prior experience to quickly and easily create precise CAD patterns and tech-packs. It also provides all the traditional tools for professional pattern making and supports standard formats like AI, DXF and SVG, enabling the user to directly print, plot, or cut.

Lee Hagelshaw, co-founder and CFO for vPersonalize Inc., said, “Being a 100 per cent cloud native SaaS means designers can collaborate online and access their patterns anywhere, using any device. This will significantly relieve some of the competitive pressure the apparel industry is facing to design and deliver products on time and at the right price points.”

Chuck Carothers, partner at brand CanvasMX said, “With traditional desktop software, you need to have the exact same expensive CAD tool as your pattern maker to access the patterns or go through a series of complex file conversions. Now, both our design team and our pattern maker can share patterns, edit and collaborate with a single click, saving on time and cost.”

vPersonalize also offers a one-step upgrade to services like grading, nesting, a comprehensive pattern library, and sample making.

Mark Zhang, a professional pattern maker for over 30 years said, “Not only was the new design methodology surprisingly simple, but also I could switch between the traditional pattern making mode and the new design mode easily. It was much simpler and faster to create patterns than any other tool I have used.” (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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