HONG KONG: Epic Group rolls out new CAD system
Hong Kong-based garment manufacturer Epic Group has converted all of its CAD systems to Tukatech's TukaCAD.
The move will mean that the company uses a single system across its facilities located across Asia, which will improve communication and compatibility between the units.
"Tukatech's staff members were very cooperative during the installation process, and provided overall guidance and suggestions for our cutting room," said Epic Group managing director Dinesh Virwani.
"While our installation process is still continuing, we have already seen our pattern makers more than double the number of patterns they can produce in one day."
TukaCAD 2012 is fully integrated with Tuka3D, Tukatech's standard setting three-dimensional garment designer and fit simulator, the software firm said.
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