365 Days of Innovation: A Recap of Gerber Technology’s 2019

Thursday, January 9, 2020 Categories: Apparel/Fashion, Automated Cutting, Automated Spreading, Blog, CAD, Cutting Room, Nesting, PDM, PLM, Plotting & Digitizing, Software

2019 was a HUGE year for Gerber Technology! Here’s a recap of some of the biggest moments and accomplishments from the last 12 months. 

OnPoint Manufacturing and Gerber Technology Take Another Step Toward Optimizing On-Demand Manufacturing

Monday, September 30, 2019 Categories: Apparel/Fashion, Automated Cutting, CAD, Cutting Room, Nesting, PLM, Software

OnPoint Manufacturing, Inc., an innovative leader in on-demand personalized apparel manufacturing, announced today the arrival and installation of Gerber Technology’s new GERBERcutter® Z1 cutter and the AccuMark® suite of products at OnPoint’s headquarters in Florence, AL.

3 Ways Customers Are Shaping the Fashion Industry

Monday, August 12, 2019 Categories: Apparel/Fashion, Automated Cutting, Blog, CAD, Cutting Room, PLM, Software

In the age of e-commerce, on-demand retail, and virtually endless customization, the way in which products are manufactured, marketed and sold has changed drastically from the “traditional” retail model. There are few industries in which this is more apparent than fashion.

Instant Gratification: Today’s Consumer Needs it and it’s Transforming the Fashion Industry

Monday, August 12, 2019 Categories: Apparel/Fashion, Automated Cutting, Blog, CAD, Cutting Room, PLM, Software

The Internet and e-commerce have forever changed the way people shop for goods and services. In the online environment, consumers have unlimited access to products and retailers – each offering their wares for purchase at the click of a button, and delivery one to two days later.

Made-in-the-USA Apparel Manufacturing: The Journey, the Resurgence and Solutions to Meet a Growing Demand

Tuesday, June 4, 2019 Categories: Apparel/Fashion, Automated Cutting, Automated Spreading, Blog, CAD, Cutting Room, PLM, Software

U.S. manufacturing is rapidly changing, and the apparel industry is no exception. Technological innovations and an evolving marketplace are key factors that contribute to the industries largest shifts. However, the most significant factor that changed the face of manufacturing is foreign outsourcing. This change drastically reduced the number of goods bearing the “Made-in-the-USA” label.