The aspirants in Fashion should focus on learning the 3D fashion technology solutions for virtual product development. The world is moving towards (2D/3D CAD/CAM) for the garment and apparel industry for every stage in the apparel designing as well as manufacturing viz., for pattern making, grading, and marker making.
Learning this technology can help you in securing jobs at Export Houses, Apparel Manufacturers & Designers or even start your own Fashion Label. Demand Manufacturing is the order of the day. Today, there are many eCommerce retailers worldwide using 3D for designing, developing, and uploading their realistic looking digital assets. They do not require a photo shoot, inventory, or warehousing; the best part is no markdowns. This is “Demand Manufacturing”. The best way to be profitable and be ahead of everyone else. This is called the “DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY”.
The industry in California has been transformed by using the 3d Technology for digital pattern-making, grading, and marker-making. India needs to go through the same transformation to increase efficiency in product development and enable effective global communication through innovative and effective digital communication like cloud based services
Ram Sareen, Founder & CEO Tukatech Inc, USA.
About Tukatech, Inc. – Tukatech, ranked # 1 by the Apparel Scorecard globally since 2007, provides affordable fashion design and apparel product development solutions to the apparel and sewn goods industry, offering a total solution for guaranteed results: consulting, engineering, implementation, and unlimited training. It is the first CAD/CAM company to bring digital pattern making to leading apparel manufacturing countries such as India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and many others. Tukatech is the first CAD company to eliminate the use of digitizers, and reduce or eliminate grading and marker making by automating the process. Tukatech is the first and leading company in the world to offer apparel product development outsourcing (APDO) as a service to the industry in 2001 through TUKAweb.