Take Control of Material Costs with Automated Nesting Software

Monday, March 18, 2013 Categories: Apparel/Fashion, Blog, Nesting, Software

Automated nesting software helps companies of all sizes create the most efficient markers possible. These systems analyze multiple nesting algorithms to arrive at a marker with the greatest material utilization. They are typically more efficient than manual marker making because they run for hours, without operator intervention, until they arrive at the most efficient result.

PLM – Make the Best Choice.

Implement it Right.

Friday, February 22, 2013 Categories: Apparel/Fashion, Blog, PLM

Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) is a business strategy that is steadily gaining wide acceptance amongst apparel brands and retailers. Companies that have been early adopters of PLM have been able to see significant reductions in new product introduction lead times, and reap more profits. Selecting the best-fit PLM solution and then implementing it in your organization looks to be the obvious choice, but making this decision is not easy.

Improving Cut Part Quality with Cut File Preparation Software

Friday, November 2, 2012 Categories: Apparel/Fashion, Blog, Cutting Room, Nesting, Software

Do you currently use or are you considering purchasing a computer-controlled automatic cutting system to cut single ply or low plies of flexible goods? If so, you may need better control over your electronic cut file (CAD) data and you might realize tremendous improvements in cut part quality using CutWorks® cut file preparation software.

Beyond Points and Lines – Choosing the Right Pattern Design Software

Monday, October 8, 2012 Categories: Apparel/Fashion, Blog, CAD, Software

Pattern design software offered by most companies meets the minimum criteria. It enables the pattern designer to create and modify patterns. However, the best systems are easy to learn, easy to use on a daily basis, contain powerful time-saving functions that drastically improve productivity and are supported by professionals who understand what is required to output a pattern that will succeed in production. Beyond individual features and functionality, what else should you consider before making a pattern design software purchase?

Maximizing Composite Material Utilization

Friday, September 28, 2012 Categories: Blog, Cutting Room, Nesting

Because carbon materials are expensive, sometimes require long lead times and are often difficult to procure, maximizing the number of cut parts from a single piece of carbon material is imperative. While assembly of composite parts remains a largely manual process, advances in automated nesting, cutting and kitting systems help improve product quality, maximize the use of costly materials and minimize errors.