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25th April 2018, Tolland, CT

Gerber introduces new AccuMark Platform version

Transformation in the fashion industry from physical to digital processes is happening quicker as consumers’ demands continue to increase. Gerber Technology, a leading specialist in software and automation solutions, has announced a new AccuMark Platform version 11, supporting a fully integrated design to product workflow.

“This is an exciting time for fashion — and a demanding one,” said Mary McFadden, executive Director of CAD for Gerber Technology. “With faster fashion cycles, brands and manufacturers need to digitize their processes to stay competitive and the new version of the AccuMark Platform allows a fully integrated design workflow that translates to the manufacturing equipment.”

AccuMark 2D features more than 259 new features. © Gerber Technology

The AccuMark 11 Platform is designed to allow companies to embrace their digital reality – giving them tools from design, grading, marker making, 3D simulation to production – allowing efficiency throughout the entire workflow.

Software advancements

AccuMark 2D features more than 259 new features, including digital print file creation that is automated with batch processing. Enhancements in Version 11 allow AccuMark users to customise and scale image placement and save patterns in full scale PDF formats. Version 11 also supports increased image sizes, notch types in digital print files and longer marker lengths.

AccuMark 3D version 11 includes the integration of the Avametric fabric simulation engine, which not only enhances the realism of fabric thickness and draping, but also connects 3D for design with e-Commerce for virtual try on, leading to higher shopper conversion rates. A new library of avatars has also been added that includes extended sizes for women up to US size 24 and men up to US size 58.

AccuMark 3D version 11 includes the integration of the Avametric fabric simulation engine. © Gerber Technology

AccuPlan V11 continues to expand on integrating the manufacturing workflow from ERP order to finished product. With AccuPlan V11, users can now customise a work order containing the elements that are needed to import work orders from their ERP system. AccuMark, AccuNest and AccuPlan, together with equipment from Gerber, are designed to allow for end-to-end management of production orders via integrated cut tickets, and customers can view production efficiency data via GERBERconnect.

Staying on trend

“Whether you are upgrading your existing AccuMark or purchasing a completely new system, Version 11 of the AccuMark Platform will enhance design throughput,” continued Ms McFadden. “Capabilities in digital printing and 3D for fast fashion cycles will help companies stay on trend by delivering new lines to consumers rapidly.”

AccuPlan V11 continues to expand on integrating the manufacturing workflow from ERP order to finished product. © Gerber Technology

The AccuMark Platform includes a family of products designed to help companies unleash creative vision and embrace their digital reality. The software offers intelligent pattern design, grading, marker making and production planning, helping increase productivity and accelerate time to market.

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