Made-to measure via the web
Internet-enabled order entry systems for made-to-measuregarments have ramifications that extend throughout a clothing manufacturersbusiness. Key CAD (computer-aided design) companies now offer internet-enabled order entrysystems that link directly into automated made-to-measure pattern adaptation, markermaking and single-ply NC cutting. This provides the opportunity for apparel manufacturersto offer an effective made-to-measure service to the market, as shown by trials atCorneliani in Italy, Bernard Zins/Les Galaries LaFayette in France, and Marks &Spencer in the UK.
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