Pattern maker CAD operator
CAD systems applied to the fabrics and apparel industry provide tools which facilitate and automate the fundamental production phases.
The training course teaches students how to use a high-tech software package for the integrated management of the pattern drawing to the manufacture of the garment.
The LECT program makes it possible to insert basic pattern information into system memory.
The PGS MODEL is a highly automated application which makes it possible to draw, transform, shape and develop the pieces making up a pattern.
The GENMA program performs two important system functions: the creation of placements and consultation of the database for pieces, patterns and placements in a straightforward and flexible way.
MARKA is a layout positioning program. it's function is to create placements or modify their composition. This program offers considerable advantages and makes placements more flexible and efficient.
PLOTWIN is an application created for the configuring and controlling the plotter.
This program manages a work queue for each configured drawing or cutting machine. every work queue performs a series of operations in a priority-based order
This is a course on the computerised design of patterns using a number of specific programs. The use of CAD (Computer Aided Design) has brought about considerable innovations in the working system of the pattern making office. Operators have the impression that they are working with their own patterns and products, with all the advantages afforded by use of PCs: speed, reliability, filing capacity and organisation.
The INDUSTRIAL PATTERN MAKER (FABRICS AND APPAREL) CAD OPERATOR is thus a pattern maker with I.T. skills who carried out the model making process on a computer instead of on paper.
In recent years, a great many clothing manufacturing companies and fashion houses have adopted CAD systems for pattern making; consequently the demand for young people with I.T skills has increased. Therefore, knowledge of CAD for Industrial Pattern Making (Fabrics & Apparel) has become a compulsory requisite