AccuMark 3D Enhancements Support the Entire Value Chain
Three-dimensional design has been a buzz phrase in the fashion industry for years but hasn’t shown its impact until now. “The pace of changing consumer trends has completely disrupted the traditional fashion development cycle,”said Mary McFadden, executive director of CAD for Gerber Technology.
Gerber Announces New AccuMark® Platform Version 11 Supporting a Fully Integrated Design to Product Workflow
AccuMark Family of Products Seamlessly Integrates from Design to Manufacturing
Transformation in the fashion industry from physical to digital processes is happening quicker as consumers’ demands continue to increase. “This is an exciting time for fashion — and a demanding one,” said Mary McFadden, executive director of CAD for Gerber Technology.
Vehicle design and manufacturing is a culmination of complex work processes especially when a company serves multiple brands and models. Implementing technology to manage these processes is imperative to manage a global network and succeed in the market place. “Implementing AccuMark across our design centers allows us to more effectively collaborate with our colleagues to design and manufacture goods more efficiently and precise,” said Emmanuel Delfavero, CAD expert for seat covers at Faurecia.
AccuMark® 3D, AccuMark Cloud, AccuMark Creator and YuniquePLM® 8.0 Debut
Digitalization is underway and at the annual ideation fashion technology conference Gerber Technology announced major advancements among their software product lines to help make it easier for their customers to adopt technology and achieve optimization through improvements in their digital workflow. The announcements include several new advancements to the AccuMark family of products and a planned launch of YuniquePLM 8.0 coming in 2018.
Time-Tested AccuMark® to Create a New Dimension in Fashion
Gerber Technology, the world’s leading fashion technology company and Avametric, the industry leader in fabric simulation and 3D consumer applications are combining forces to offer the first end-to-end 3D platform, from consumer-facing virtual try-on applications to design, development and manufacturing. The joint 3D platform will provide highly realistic 3D simulations that can be used from consumer-side visualization all the way through production.