[TC]² Enhances High-Tech Demonstration Center

July 2006
Apparel Magazine;Jul2006, Vol. 47 Issue 11, p44
The article reports on the upgrades made to the systems and equipment of [TC]², a not-for-profit organization offering research and value-added coaching services to the sewn products industry, at its headquarters and demonstration center in Cary, North Carolina in 2006. Among the installations and upgrades are the Visuality tool for communication prior to product development, Estmark's fabric estimation tool, Browzwear's three-dimensional (3-D) visualization software, Assyst's full production suite, OptiTex' 3-D visualization and design solutions, Gerber Technology's software suite and Gerber GTXL automated cutter with cradle feeder and digitizer, Lectra's Modaris suite and Stork's Sapphire II digital printer with bulk ink.


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