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Title : New York Garment Production Company Uses IDEAL / Contex Scanners in System that Reduces Garment Pattern Makers Man-Hours by 80%
Company : IDEAL
Date : 30-May-2007
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The apparel market is a $172 billion retail market nationwide. Whether you buy designer fashions, or whether you go to your local discount store and purchase off the rack, the garment you buy is part of this $172 billion industry. And, designer fashion, or wholesale off-the-rack, the process of producing the garment is the sameā€¦first the garment is designed and a pattern is made and marked. Then the pattern is used to cut fabric which is sewn into the finished garment. Today's garment production uses an automated CAD process in all aspects. The pattern is digitized into a garment CAD system which directs plotters and cutters. Currently, Hand digitizing one pattern can take many hours of production time.
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