OptiTex Unveils New Technology For Flattening 3D Objects

OptiTex Unveils a New Technology for Flattening Of Three-Dimensional Objects

PETACH TIKVA, Israel, June 26 - OptiTex, a leading provider of software for the fashion and textile industries, today announced that it has developed a new technology, which enables the flattening of three-dimensional objects. The technology is applicable to a broad range of industries and applications, including textile and manufacturing, car seats for the automotive industry, aeronautics, filmmaking, computer gaming and more.
OptiTex's new technology enables on-screen transformation of three-dimensional objects' surface into two-dimensional patterns that make up the upholstered object. Currently, the traditional way of upholstering car seats in the automotive industry is achieved mainly by manual techniques that involve the use of a piece of fabric or paper and a chalk or pen to trace the segments off the actual seat.
The new technology allows the user to delineate the target areas of the object on screen and then perform an accurate and fast calculation of the two-dimensional shapes needed for production.
"The new technology strengthens our competitive edge by providing production-supporting solutions to the textile industry and for other related applications and industries," said Ran Machtinger, CEO of OptiTex. "The development process has been completed and this technology is now being implemented into our future products," he added.

About OptiTex
Founded in 1988, OptiTex specializes in the development of innovative easy-to-operate 2D 3D CAD/CAM solutions for sewn products and other related industries. Our native Microsoft Windows based software packages for digitizing, pattern engineering, grading, marking, advanced automatic nesting and draping, are specifically designed to meet the needs of today's manufacturers of industrial fabrics, apparel, upholstery, transportation, composites, home furnishings, and other sewn products. OptiTex's open architecture system comes amply equipped with a multitude of import/export formats, enabling OptiTex users to interface with a wide range of software and hardware. OptiTex also offers the convenient option of purchasing a completely integrated CAD package, including OptiTex software solutions, digitizer, and pen or ink jet plotter.
Available in 20 languages, OptiTex products are sold and supported around the world through certified distributors and OEMs.

Contacts:
OptiTex International
Mrs. Tania Fuchs
6 Ravnitzy St.
Petach Tikva, 49221, Israel
Tel: +972-3-9049979
Fax: +972-3-9042710
Email Contact
www.optitex.com


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