3D-Visualisierung with VStitcher
Shorten your product development phases and visualise your ideas
We are authorized distributor of Browzwear since 2015.
The production of prototypes, which cost significant time and money, can be reduced to a minimum with VStitcher from Browzwear and the GRAFIS Plugin for VStitcher. The amount of sample pieces can be significantly reduced, communication within your company is simplified and the simulation is perfectly suited for product presentation, marketing purposes or actual sales.
With GRAFIS CAD Clothing Construction and VStitcher from Browzwear you can illustrate and simulate all your styles in 3D, so that you can finally check your fit instantly without expensive and time-consuming samples.
Preparation of your styles including all information required for the simulation ensues directly within GRAFIS CAD . All pattern pieces can be virtually sewn in GRAFIS. The positioning of the pieces, their alignment in 3D and manufacturing elements such as pleats, gathering, creases or folds become part of your production style. The GRAFIS Plugin enables a direct transfer of the style to VStitcher with instant simulation possibility.
You now have the ability to simulate style modifications to fit and design directly without further preparation within seconds. Material and texture properties already assigned to material and seams in VStitcher remain intact during each style update.
Graded or made-to-measure pattern can also be visualised. The avatar is adapted in VStitcher or loaded as a ‘Scanatar’.
Inspire your customers with this great potential for individual fittings.
The realistic simulation enables you to tweak the fit directly. This close interaction between 2D pattern construction and 3D visualisation is unique.
- Early prototype development – long before samples or materials are available
- Realistic 3D pattern visualisation in real-time
- Fast and precise 3D style development
- Improved communication and collaboration between designers and manufacturers
- Reduced development cost