NEW YORK CITY — April 19, 2016 — Optitex, a provider of integrated 2-D CAD and 3-D digital product solutions for the textile industry, is pleased to announce its participation at Texprocess Americas 2016 — the largest North American trade show for displaying equipment and technology for the development, sourcing and production of sewn products. This year, the trade show will take place in Atlanta. The Optitex booth will be open to all visitors in Hall B1, booth 623 from May 3-5.
At the Optitex booth, attendees can learn about the latest digital innovations and advances in the textile and apparel industry. Optitex will be showcasing live demos of its latest O/15.5 version including its new 2-D and 3-D capabilities, automatic nesting, new cut plan features, enhanced seams & pleats, and more.
Visitors will have the opportunity to learn how to maximize the power of 3-D to create true-to-life 3-D digital samples with the most realistic detailing possible and leverage them for design and development, and across the board in sales, marketing and even e-commerce using the Optitex Digital Collection App.
A panel on the “Present and Future Trends in Product Development” will be moderated by Yoram Burg, President of Optitex US & Canada. The session will take place on May 3 at 08.30, and will discuss how automation and robotics are evolving the manufacturing process and how it will affect the industry in the coming years.
“The US apparel market is one of the most innovative and we are seeing more of our customer base adopting 3-D technology to save time, reduce costs and create better products. We are excited to be leading the digital apparel revolution to adopt 3-D, and share our latest features and innovations with those at Texprocess Americas,” says Yoram Burg, President of Optitex US & Canada.
With 3-D being one of the most impactful technologies the fashion industry has seen to date, the conference will include a special user panel dedicated to the 3-D technology evolution.Under Armour will share their experiences of using Optitex’s 3-D technology, and how it supported them in the creation of better products and better fit for their athletes.
Posted April 22, 2016