GERMANY: Tecmath Unveils New 3D Body Scanning Technology
Tecmath AG is to present its new generation of 3D body scanning technology at the International Fair for Clothing Machinery in Cologne. The Body Scanner was specially developed to meet the needs of the textile industry and it will be at the heart of a new textile chain based on made-to-measure production, which will connect customer, retailer and producer. Using a fast, comfortable process involving no physical contact, the new 3D Body Scanner takes the customer's measurements, produces a digital twin, stores this data and passes it on to the textile value creation chain. The system is already available and can be easily and quickly installed in, for example, changing cubicles.
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