Digital Patterning is not just for professional pattern makers and companies. Here we profile Hung Nguyen, the super dad that used digital patterning to make an Iron Man suit to transform his son into an epic boss at Comic-con. Bye the way - no previous pattern making experience.
The transformation to digital continues. It is not possible to complete eliminate manual process in the production of patterns.
The Dye Sublimation Printer Market is Hot. Adoption is poised to follow in the footsteps of another revolutionary printer - the 3D printer where adoption by industrial product manufacturers grew by more than 50% in each of the last 3 years.
The transition to digital printing on textiles for garments and apparel, household goods, and industrial textiles is poised to change relationships to customers and how products are brought to market.
What is and AutoCAD moment? It is the moment you realize the viability of the old way of doing business is on an irreversible downward trend. That means if we continue to use historical tools and practices we are most certainly going lose business and later be put out of business.
Digital Patterning Flattening Part 2. How The KIller App KIlls Wasteful Effort.
This is part 1 of 3 in our series on Digital Pattern Flattening.
You asked, we listened. This post is the the 3rd in our series on Digital Patterning ROI. It is one of the most requested pieces of content in our polling. We hope you find it informative
In this 2nd of 3 parts, we look at the digital patterning ROI related to cost savings goals and productivity improvement goals.
In this 3 part series on ROI, we look at 3 real examples of how companies framed the ROI Case and we present it in a way to make it easy for you to do it yourself.
Legacy hand patterning practices lose favour with marine fabricators. Searching for better profit and service, digital patterning adoption grows fast. If you have missed the boat on digital patterning, we provided an overview of the big picture.
Legacy process can only offer legacy productivity. Legacy manual pattern making has reached productivity saturation. To improve productivity and profit, it is necessary to switch from legacy practices to modern digital pattern making. The good news is it has never been easier