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  The Cutting Room: Cost Control
 
Cut your losses: practical tips to improve fabric yield in the cutting room. Parts I&II. Cole Jr., W.R.; Sanborn, Charles H. OCT 01 1995 v 37 n 2 . Source: Bobbin

Taking into account, managing and controlling cloth waste (Prendre en compte, gerer, maitriser les dechets de la filiere habillement). 1999. Source: Engineering Focus

Automatic Inspection and Optimisation of Fabric Cutting. 1998. Source: Textile Focus

OPTIMIZATION OF FABRIC CUTTING. Source: Engineering Focus

Cost justifying automated cutting in the apparel industry. Davis, J.S. SC, USA. May 1992, 33(9), 44,46,47,48,50 Source: Bobbin

Cutting the cloth. 1997. Source: Engineering Focus

USE OF FABRICS WITH VARIOUS SIZES AND MANUAL LABOR IN THE CUTTING ROOM. 1984. Source: Textile Focus

Cutting your cloth. 1997. Source: Textile Focus

Method for optimal cloth cutting. July-Aug. 1977. Source: Engineering Focus 

Optimization of roll cutting in clothing industry Oct. 1997. Source: Engineering Focus

Effect of various widths of patterned fabrics on the degree of utilization in cutting. 1990. Source: Textile Focus

THIRD SYMPOSIUM OF THE EAST GERMAN APPAREL INDUSTRY. REDUCTION OF FABRIC LOSS BY AVOIDING MISTAKES. 1979. Source: Textile Focus

YIELD FACTOR OF CUTTING LAYOUTS IN PATTERNED FABRICS. Source: Textile Focus

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  The Cutting Room: Cutting Methods
 
High speed cutting of patterned shapes from fabrics. 1995. Source: Textile Focus

Shear slipping of piled fabrics caused by cutting. 1994. Source: Engineering Focus

Laser garment cutting robot system: design and realization. 1999. Source: Engineering Focus

New issues drive cutting technology [in the apparel industry] Cedrone, L. Apr 1994, 35(8), 8pp between 42-55 Source: Bobbin


Method for cutting fabrics especially composite fabrics. 1995. Source: Textile Focus

The cutting of knitted fabrics. 1995. Source: Textile Focus

Computer Aided Cutting Placement for Knit Fabrics. 1996. Source: Textile Focus

The cloth cutting CAD/CAM system for clothing industry. Sept. 1995. Source: Engineering Focus

Integrating the cutting and sewing room of garment manufacture using mechatronic techniques. March-April 1995. Source: Engineering Focus 

Fabric characteristics and garment manufacturing technology. 1995. Source: Engineering Focus

Precision cutting of fabric woven from high-performance fibres. 1998. Source: Textile Focus

Safety device with cutting edge used when cutting fabric and like products. 1998. Source: Textile Focus

Apparatus for cutting piled fabric. 1998. Source: Textile Focus

Influence of mechanical and physical properties of fabrics on cutting process. Blekac, R.; Gersak, J.INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLOTHING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY pg - 293. Source: British Library

HOW TO LAY AND CUT CHECKS OR WEFT-STRIPE FABRICS. 1979. Source: Textile Focus

Optimization of One Dimensional Cutting in Clothing Industry. Author(s) Gradisar, M. Jesenko, J. Informatica. JUN 01 1996 v 20 n 2 211. Source: Ingenta

PRACTICAL GUIDE TO CUTTING AND SEWING OF TEXTURED POLYESTER FABRICS. PART 2. DOUBLE KNITS. Source: Textile Focus

PRACTICAL GUIDE TO CUTTING AND SEWING OF TEXTURED POLYESTER FABRICS. PART 1. WOVENS. Source: Textile Focus

Method for automatically cutting portions of a patterned fabric. 1997. Source: Textile Focus

Cutting of Coated/Laminated Fabrics. 1997. Source: Textile Focus

Fabric, form and flat pattern cutting. Winifred Aldrich. Oxford, UK. Blackwell Science, 1996. Source: British Library

Fabric spreader for fabric cutting machine. 1996. Source: Textile Focus

Cutting a very fine cloth. 1996. Source: Textile Focus

Fabric form and flat pattern cutting. in: Niches in the world of textiles. Proc. TI 77th world conference, Tampere, 1996. Vol. 1. Source: Textile Focus

New Solutions for Narrow Textile Fabric Cutting by Ultrasonic Means. 1996. Source: Textile Focus

Balanced Knife: Advances in Fabric Cutting Technology. 1996. Source: Textile Focus

Computer Aided Cutting Placement for Knit Fabric Apparel. Source: Textile Focus

Cutting Their Cloth. 1994. Source: Textile Focus

From Cloth To Cut Apparel Component. 1994. Source: Textile Focus

Optimizing the cutting process by CAD cutting pattern production with fabric inspection and length cutting machines. 1994. Source: Textile Focus

Tool for measuring marking and cutting fabric materials. 1994. Source: Textile Focus

METHOD OF CUTTING FABRICS WITH HAND-GUIDED CUTTER. February 17, 1982. Source: Textile Focus

Optimizing the Cutting Process by Computer Aided Design (CAD) Cutting Pattern Production with Fabric Inspection and Length Cutting Machines. 1993. Source: Textile Focus

Method of arranging cut pieces and device for spreading cloth. 1992. Source: Textile Focus

PROFESSIONAL CLOTH CUTTING ELECTRIC SCISSORS. 1992. Source: Textile Focus

DEVELOPMENT OF DESIGN MODELS AND CUTTING OF KNITTED FABRICS. 1991. Source: Textile Focus

Contribution on the cutting behaviour of vertical knives in cutting plies of fabrics. VI. Measuring station to determine the cutting force when a vertical knife is used, with a demonstration of some selected test results. 1990. Source: Textile Focus

Contribution on the cutting behaviour of vertical knives in cutting plies of fabric. V. Interaction between vertical knife and fabric pile. 1990. Source: Textile Focus

Optimization of the path of cutting instruments as a partial problem in obtaining a solution to optimal laying and cutting of fabrics. 1990. Source: Textile Focus

Title A Tale of Two Cutters. Author(s) DesMarteau, Kathleen. Journal Info Bobbin. OCT 01 1997 v 39 n 2 56 Summary Griffin Manufacturing Co. and R.B. Apparel Inc. both decided just more than a year ago that they'd had enough of the problems related with manually spreading and cutting difficult materials. Yet today, they're cutting more of these fabrics than ever. Here's how. Source: Bobbin

Cutting Room Advances. Apparel International : The Journal of the Clothing and Footwear Institute. OCT 01 1997 v 28 n 9 21. Source : Ingenta

New technology enhances cutting room equipment. Lonsinger, K. Knitting Times. Jan 1993, 62(1), 37,38,40. Source: British Library

CUTTING BEHAVIOR OF STRAIGHT KNIVES WHEN CUTTING PILES OF TEXTILE FABRICS. PART 7. TEST RESULTS OF THE EFFECT OF DESIGN PARAMETERS ON THE CUTTING FORCE. 1990. Source: Textile Focus

GENERAL BASICS IN FABRIC LAYING TECHNQIUES DURING CUTTING. PART 1. 1978. Source: Textile Focus

Controlling the position of a tubular fabric during cutting - Advances in Textiles Technology - Page: -/MAY (5-7) - 2001 - World Textiles™. Source : Ingenta

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  The Cutting Room: Spreading Techniques
 

Spreading cloth. 1998. Source: Textile Focus

Tension-Free Fabric Laying Techniques. 1997. Source: Textile Focus

Tension control of cloth spreading machine using estimation method of curved cloth shape based on catenary function (Accuracy of estimated shape and controlled performance on steady cloth spreading speed). 1997. Source: Textile Focus

Machines for spreading fabric. 1996. Source: Textile Focus

Fabric spreader for fabric cutting machine. 1996. Source: Textile Focus

Cloth spreading system. 1995. Source: Textile Focus

Evolution and advances in cloth spreading. Fairley, Mike. 1993. Source: Textile Focus

Analysis Of The Form Of Catenary Cloth And A Tension Control For A Cloth Spread Machine. 1999. Source: Engineering Focus

HOW TO LAY AND CUT CHECKS OR WEFT-STRIPE FABRICS. 1979. Source: Textile Focus

ASPECTS OF A RATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF A PRE-CUTTING PROCESS IN WORKING CHECK FABRICS.1986. Source: Textile Focus

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  The Cutting Room: Defect Management
 

Detection and removal of fabric defects in apparel production. Tincher, W.C.; Daley, W.; Holcomb, W. Atlanta GA, USA. Int Jnl Clothing Science and Technology, 1992, 4(2/3), 54-65. Source:British Library

Basic study on the measurement for gap of pattern. Research on the fabric defects inspection apparatus during spreading/sewing process. 1988. Source: Engineering Focus

DECISION-CHOICE TABLES FOR SELECTING METHODS OF CUTTING FABRIC WITH DEFECTS. 1984. Source: Textile Focus

PROGRAMMING FABRIC DEFECTS OUT OF THE LAY. Source: Textile Focus

EFFECTIVE, EFFICIENT FABRIC EXAMINATION. 1981. Source: Textile Focus

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  The Cutting Room: Clearing Tables
 

POSSIBILITIES FOR OPTIMIZING CLEARING OF CUT FABRIC PARTS FROM AUTOMATIC CUTTING MACHINES. 1987. Source: Textile Focus

METHODS FOR AUTO-SEPARATION OF FABRIC PLIES FROM A CUT STACK. 1987. Source: Textile Focus

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  The Cutting Room: Materials Handling
 

Materials Handling within the cutting room. Tait, Niki. Bassett, UK. Apparel International : The Journal of the Clothing and Footwear Institute JAN 01 1993 v 23 n 1 5. Source: Ingenta

Material handling [in the clothing industry] Anon. World Clothing Manufacturer, Feb 1995, 76(1), 28-29. Source: British Library

Apparatus for automatically selecting and loading cloth pieces on spreading machines. 1997. Source: Textile Focus

Method and apparatus for discharging fabric from cloth spreading machine. 1997. Source: Textile Focus

Intelligent automated limp material handling for clothing manufacture. 1994. Source: Engineering Focus

Methods for the determination of length and width of a roll net mass and mean mass per unit area of a piece, cut, roll or sample and the determination of thickness for coated fabrics. 1994. Source: Textile Focus

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  Spread Planning
 

Automation of cut planning in the apparel industry. Stevens, L. Feb 1993, 34(6), 40-42. Source: Bobbin

Optimum lay planning for garment industry. 1997. Source: Engineering Focus

Fabric Loss During Spreading: A Theoretical Analysis and its Implications. Ng, S.F.; Hui, C.L.;Leaf, G.A.V. Journal of the Textile Institute. 1998 v 89 n 1 p 4. Source: Ingenta

New methods of computer input and calculation of efficiency in garment industry 1997. Source: Engineering Focus

A mathematical model for predicting fabric loss during spreading. 1999. Source: Textile Focus

Understanding of the actual environment by feeling and action. Planning of the fabric spreading process. ( Ministry of Education S ). 1997. Source: Engineering Focus

OPTIMAL FABRIC LAYOUT WITH CONSIDERATION FOR VARIED-WIDTH PIECES. Source: Textile Focus

A SET OF SIZE-HEIGHT COMBINATIONS FOR COMPUTER AIDED FABRIC LAYOUT. Source: Textile Focus

Mathematical method for optimizing the laying-up of fabrics. I. Source: Textile Focus

Fabric loss in garment manufacturing. 1998. Source: Textile Focus

Effect of fabric properties on the amount of waste over the lay length. II. 1991. Source: Textile Focus

Economic/mathematical model for selecting the optimum ways of cutting cloth. 1990. Source: Textile Focus

INFLUENCE OF VARIOUS WIDTHS OF PATTERNED FABRICS ON THE YIELD FACTOR OF CUTTING LAYOUTS. 1990. Source: Textile Focus

Mathematical method for optimizing the laying-up of fabrics. II. Source: Textile Focus

Optimum fold-free spreading of fabric lengths. Source: Textile Focus

Optimal utilization of fabric in clothing manufacture through the use of lay planning. Source: Textile Focus

EFFICIENT FABRIC USAGE CAN ENHANCE BOTTOM LINE. 1990. Source: Textile Focus

Rational exploitation of fabric rolls in apparel cutting technology. 1989. Source: Textile Focus

ON SOLVING SOME PROBLEMS OF INEFFICIENT USE OF FABRICS IN PRE-SEWING-CUTTING PROCESS AT APPAREL FACTORIES. 1988. Source: Textile Focus

PROVIDING CLOTHING FACTORIES WITH FABRIC PIECES MEETING THE DEMANDS OF RATIONAL CUTTING. PARTS 1&2. 1987. Source: Textile Focus

YIELD FACTOR OF CUTTING LAYOUTS IN PATTERNED FABRICS. 1986. Source: Textile Focus

Loss Control Program for the Apparel Industry. Final rept. Mar 82. Source: Engineering Focus

DETERMINATION AND CLASSIFICATION OF FACTORS INFLUENCING FABRIC LOSSES IN LAYING. 1985. Source: Textile Focus

OPTIMIZATION OF FABRIC CUTTING. 1985. Source: Textile Focus

Manufacturing Efficiency. Monitoring system improves productivity. Journal Info Apparel international : The Journal of the Clothing and Shoes Institute. DEC 01 1994 v 25 n 11 5. Source: Ingenta

Development trends in apparel technology. I. Development of apparel, cutting and fabric economy. II. Marking, spreading and cutting. III. Joining of garment components, pressing. Source: Textile Focus

ARE YOU AWARE OF THE PERCENTAGES OF YOUR FABRIC LOSSES? Source: Textile Focus

FABRIC LAYING IN THE CUTTING ROOM. 1985. Source: Textile Focus

TECHNICAL-ECONOMICAL ANALYSIS OF VARIOUS FORMS OF PRODUCTION ORGANIZATION IN SPREADING FABRICS IN THE SEWING INDUSTRY. PART 1. Source: Textile Focus

STATISTICAL PROBABILITY METHOD OF CHOOSING A RATIONAL VARIANT OF PIECES CALCULATION IN CUTTING FABRICS WITHOUT PRIOR LAYING. PART 1. Source: Textile Focus

TO COMPETE WORLDWIDE, CUT AVOIDABLE LOSSES. Source: Textile Focus

CALCULATION OF FABRIC PIECES OF DIFFERENT WIDTHS IN LAYING. COMMUNICATION 2. Source: Textile Focus

CLOTH SPREADING AND CUTTING IN KNIT PRODUCTON PROCESSES. PART 2. 1985. Source: Textile Focus

Optimizing the cutting of fabric rolls. 1984. Source: Textile Focus

INFLUENCE OF CUTTING-LAYOUTS AND FOUR-SIZE LAYERS ON THE FABRIC CONSUMPTION IN THE PROCESS OF APPAREL MANUFACTURE. 1983. Source: Textile Focus

Fabric loss during spreading: A theoretical analysis and its implications. Hui CL; Leaf GAV W YORKSHIRE, ENGLAND. JOURNAL OF THE TEXTILE INSTITUTE , 1998 , Volume: 89 , Number: 4,1 , Page: 686-695 , 1998. Source: Ingenta

Cut order planning for apparel manufacturing Auth: Jacobs-Blecha, C.; Ammons, J.C.; et al Ref: IIE Trans, Jan 1998, 30(1), 79-90 Source: Ingenta

Optimization of roll cutting in clothing industry. Author(s) Gradisar, Miro Jesenko, Joze Resinovic, Gortan. Computers and Operations Research. 1997 v 24 n 10 945. Source: Ingenta

OPTIMIZATION OF CUTTING IN FABRIC EXAMINATION OF YARDED CLOTH. 1982. Source: Textile Focus

BETTER UTILIZATION OF FABRICS DURING THE CUTTING PROCESS, WITH THE METHODS OF ERROR CONSIDERATION SERVING AS AN EXAMPLE. 1982. Source: Textile Focus

THE ALGORITHM FOR SOLVING THE MULTICRITERION PROBLEM OF CUTTING FABRICS INTO WIDTHS. 1980. Source: Textile Focus

Solving an apparel trim placement problem using a maximum cover problem approach. Aug. 1999. Source: Engineering Focus

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  Production Control
 

Intelligent manufacturing control in clothing industry. 1997. Source: Engineering Focus

Quick response in the textile-apparel industry and the support of information technologies. 1997. Source: Engineering Focus

Implementation of a dynamic scheduler for apparel computer integrated manufacturing system. Gracanin, D.; Valvanis, K.P.; et al Lafayette LA, USA. Jnl Intelligent Manufacturing, Apr 1997, 8(3), 67-81 Source: British Library

Scheduling flexible manufacturing systems for apparel production. Oct. 1996. Source: Engineering Focus

The inside story on bridging the QR gap. Rosen, F.K. Mar 1993, 34(7), 50-56. Source: Bobbin

Supply chain management for quick response in the clothing industry. 1996. Source: Engineering Focus

The benefits of computer-aided design and manufacture [of apparel]. Gray, S. London, UK. Design Council, ISBN: 0-85072-307-8, 54 pp. Source: British Library

Logistics in the [apparel] factory. Brecht, C.P. Knitting Technique, Nov 1993, 15(6), 397-400. Source: British Library

Comparison of apparel production systems: a simulation. Oliver, B.A.; Kincade, D.H.; Albrecht, D. Fort Collins CO, USA. Clothing and Textiles Research Jnl, 1994, 12(4), 45-50 . Source: British Library

Computers in clothing. Tait, N. Bassett, UK Apparel International, Jul 1993(July/Aug), 8,9,11,13. Source: British Library

A practical approach to the apparel production-planning and scheduling problem. Chen, C.; Racine, R.; Swift, F. Miami FL, USA. Int Jnl Clothing Science and Technology, 1992, 4(2/3), 9-17. Source: British Library

Quick response management system for the apparel industry: definition through technologies. Kincade, D.H. Blacksburg VA, USA. Clothing and Textiles Research Jnl, 1995, 13(4), 245-251. Source: British Library

Selecting A New Production Control System. Tait, Niki. Apparel international : The Journal of the Clothing and Footwear Institute FEB 01 1994 v 25 n 2 30 Summar: review to help the manufacturer through the complexities of production control decision making. Source: Ingenta

Modular makes a hit in cutting. Peng, T.W. Jul 1993, 34(11), 40,42,44. Source: Bobbin

Interorganizational coordination in a global supply chain: an empirical study of the U.S. apparel industry. 1997. Source: Engineering Focus

Product Line Characteristics as Determinants of Quick Response Implementation for U.S. Apparel Manufacturers. Author(s) Ko, Eunju Kincade, Doris H. Clothing and Textiles Research Journal. 1998 v 16 n 1 11. Source: Ingenta

Scheduling Flexible Manufacturing Systems for Apparel Production. Tomastik, R.N. 10/01/1996 IEEE Transactions on Robotics. Source: Ingenta

Implementation of a dynamic scheduler for apparel computer integrated manufacturing systems. April 1997. Source: Engineering Focus

Supply chain management for quick response in the clothing industry. 1996. Source: Engineering Focus

An intelligent environment for flexible apparel production. 1996. Source: Engineering Focus

A computer-supported methodology for requirements modelling in CIM for small and medium size enterprises: a demonstration in apparel industry. Jan.-Aug. 1997. Source: Engineering Focus

Intelligent task planning and program generation for robots in automated clothing manufacture. 1994. Source: Engineering Focus

Automated stock and production control in the garment industry: a case study. 1988. Source: Engineering Focus

Real time production control. Tait, N. Dunton Bassett, UK. Apparel International, Oct 1993(Oct), 3,5,6,7. Source: British Library

Mathematical programming models for cutting-stock problems in the clothing industry. Jan. 1988. Source: Engineering Focus

Optimization-based scheduling of flexible manufacturing systems for apparel production 1995. Source: Engineering Focus

Study on the integration approaches to CAD/CAPP/FMS in garment CIMS. 1995. Source: Engineering Focus

Design and scheduling of apparel manufacturing systems with both slow and quick production lines. 1994. Source: Engineering Focus

A solution procedure for solving the nonrectangular cutting stock problem of the clothing industry using expert knowledge within an intelligent CAD environment. 1994. Source: Engineering Focus

Study on the production planning of apparel products: determining optimal production times and quantities. Ishikura, H. Kyoto Univ, Japan. Computers and Industrial Engineering, Sep 1994, 27(1-4), 19-22. Source: British Library

Production planning. Pogson, D. World Clothing Manufacturer, Mar 1995, 76(2), 28-29. Source: British Library

Modernising the cutting room: synchronised production throughout the floor. Disher, M. Clothing World. Mar 1993(48), 12,13,15,16. Source: British Library

The cost of making to measure (clothing manufacture). Oct. 1994. Source: Engineering Focus

No more Guess? work: product-line system could save apparel company millions. 23 Sept. 1996. Source: Engineering Focus

Flexible production systems for the apparel and metalworking industries: a contrast study on technologies and contributions. Chen, F.F. Ohio, USA. Int Jnl Clothing Science and Technology. 1998, 10(1), 11-20. Source: British Library

Current information technology needs of small to medium sized apparel manufacturers and contractors. 1 Apr 98. Engineering Focus

Hierarchical production planning: scheduling in the apparel industry. Bowers, M.R.; Agarwal, A. Knoxville TN, USA. Int Jnl Clothing Science and Technology, 1993, 5(3/4), 36-43. Source: British Library

Study of the Production Planning and Scheduling Problem in the Apparel Manufacturing Industry. Phase 2. Final technical rept. 23 Jun 92-22 Feb 95. 31 Mar 95. Source: Engineering Focus

Analysis of Garment Production Methods. Part 2: Comparison of Cost and Production between a Traditional Bundle System and Modular Manufacturing. Final technical rept. Jan 90-Jan 92. Feb 92. Source: Engineering Focus

CADCAM in the clothing industry. Knox, A. Nottingham UK. World Clothing Manufacturer. Oct 1994, 75(8), 20-21. Source: British Library

CADCAM in textiles: the management overview. Knox, A. Nottingham UK. Textile Horizons. Feb 1996, 16(1), 24,26,28. Source: British Library

Labor shifting and lot sizing in garment manufacture: a simulation study. 1999. Source: Textile Focus

Computer aided process planning systems for apparel industry: CAT for windows and CIM for tailor-making. 1998. Source: Textile Focus

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  Marker Making
 

There's life in the old marker yet. 1999. Source: Textile Focus

Beat the Computer: A Game for Learning about Apparel Marker Making. 1998. Source: Textile Focus

Communications: marker making in small clothing companies. II. 1997. Source: Textile Focus

Communications: marker making in small clothing companies. I. 1997. Source: Textile Focus

Garment marker system having computer-assisted alignment with symmetric cloth patterns. 1997. Source: Textile Focus

From concept design to marker making. 1997. Source: Textile Focus

Garment marker system having computer-assisted alignment with symmetric cloth patterns. 1997. Source: Textile Focus

Learn to avoid marker mishaps. 1997. Source: Textile Focus

MARKER MAKING PATTERNS ITSELF FOR CIM. 1988. Source: Textile Focus

PATTERN GRADING, MARKER MAKING AND COMPUTERS. Source: Textile Focus

COMPUTER GRADING, MARKER MAKING NO SUBSTITUTE FOR SKILLED PERSONNEL. Source: Textile Focus

Marker-making using automatic placement of irregular shapes for the garment industry. 1989. Source: Engineering Focus

MARKER MAKING AND SPREADING MODES. Source: Textile Focus

[CAD:] handling checks and stripes. Tait, N. Bassett, UK. Apparel International. Feb 1994(Feb), 3-5. Source: British Library

Evaluation of marker making and duplicating systems related to the various aspects of the clothing industry. Source: Textile Focus

An algorithm for nesting pattern in apparel. 1995. Source: Engineering Focus

Expert CAD users (Why maximizing CAD usage maximizes profits.) Weldon, Kristi. Apparel Industry Magazine. OCT 01 1999 v 60. Source: Ingenta

Handling Checks And Stripes. Tait, Niki. Apparel International:The Journal of the Clothing and Footwear Institute. FEB 01 1994 v 25 n 2 3 Summary Survey on how major CAD companies deal with a time consuming and costly operation. Source: Ingenta

Improvements about automatic lay-planning for irregular shapes on plain fabric. 1993. Source: Textile Focus

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