Tukatech – the American pioneer of cutting room CAD-CAM solutions, will be exhibiting at the upcoming TexprocessShow, scheduled to be held from May 3-5, 2016 at the Georgia World Congress Centre, Atlanta. The company will be exhibiting at the show its line-up of inkjet plotters, fabric spreading machine, fabric cutting machine, CAD systems and 3D/Cloud systems.
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Tukatech’s inkjet plotters quickly and correctly print patterns for garment production. These plotters are capable of functioning 24 hours non-stop printing, without the presence of the operator. The classes of paper compatible with the printer include normal, recycled and thermal adhesive paper. Also on display will be the TUKAspreader which is compatible with woven as well as knitted fabrics. The spreader is equipped with a PLC controlled, easy-to-use LCD touchscreen that gives the user the ability to enter all the parameters with LCD touchscreen including marker length and ply count. The spreader has an ‘automatic slow down at both ends’ feature. The threading and rewinding of fabric is automated. The TUKAspreader will be complemented with Tukatech’s CNC Automatic Cutting Machines which are capable of cutting up to 8 cm compressed under a vacuum. On board computer with high capacity hard disk and monitor can independently memorize the cutting graphics.
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Tukatech will also exhibit its latest versions of TUKAcloud, the cloud-based digital sample room and assets library. Tukatech has developed the latest technology to the ever-changing needs of the apparel industry based on feedback from the customers. The latest features in the 2016 version of Tukatech systems are focussed on streamlining product development operations and facilitating collaboration in a global environment. Vendors can now upload their 3D garments to their buyer’s profiles on TUKAcloud, where they have the option to include the TUKAcad pattern file, TUKA3D e-fit file, videos and images for fit analysis and of all the colourways, measurement charts, and even tech packs. The respective designer, buyer, or merchandiser can then log on to the TUKAcloud website and view all of the 3D garments made for their brand.