Gemini CAD Systems at Texprocess 2019
A new memorable Gemini exhibition, with the first ready-to-be-deployed microfactory
Gemini CAD Systems will attend Texprocess 2019 as an exhibitor and we kindly invite you to visit our stand in Hall 4.0 during the show for presentations, demos, discussions and networking.
After its spectacular presence at the previous edition of the fair, two years ago, Gemini is taking things one step further and challenges the industry to go pragmatic, to embrace the technological progress in an efficient manner, based on their immediate and direct impact on costs, production workflows, resources and outcome.
With this goal, Gemini will not only be an exhibitor at Texprocess 2019 but also an onsite manufacturer, as the team will be using the first fully operational and deployable microfactory installed in its booth to produce ready-to-wear customized garments.
More than just a lecture, a computer demo or a show, the Gemini exhibition will bring a proof of hands-on production as well as a visit into the tangible future of the industry.
From Pixel to Product
If mass customization is the trend, then the challenge is to produce unique garments at the cost of a series of garments. Here is the case: you only have a general design and a set of individual measurements of your customers. You need to produce for them on demand, made-to-measure customized garments, with customized digital printed parts. And you want to work fast and efficiently, to meet short deadlines, to deliver the best quality, to keep prices at a competitive level. How to do this? All these? How to transform such orders into a successful, profitable business?
The CEO of Gemini CAD Systems explains: “The answer is a mix of technologies and features that address each of these needs and create the automation links between them. Gemini offers such a complete solution, which seamlessly integrates our most innovative design and nesting applications, bespoke management tools, 3D simulation, cloud computing, Industry 4.0 communication. This is what our microfactory at Texprocess 2019 will demonstrate in a practical manner. To transform the microfactory from a concept into a business reality, we switched from Enthusiasm to Pragmatism, and we invited in this project several suppliers of technology who share the same approach and vision. Together, we will show the first fully operational and deployable microfactory solution for producing on-demand, made-to-measure digitally printed garments”, Traian Luca says.
“Pixel to Product” is the theme of the Gemini exhibition at Texprocess 2019, indicating a complete solution that automates the entire workflow, from digital input files to ready-to-wear products. In the Gemini stand, the microfactory will be working to demonstrate all the stages of the production process, from the CAD station to sewing the garments and the preparation for delivery. The focus points of the presentations will certainly be the bespoke management applications, used to customize the model as a design, measurements and graphics, as well as the new cloud nesting technology, or the new Industry 4.0 tools for communication between the CAD environment and the sewing or the ironing equipment.
The microfactory is ready-to-be-deployed, a project with various and versatile applicability, able to meet one’s expectations in different apparel sectors, from sportswear to high fashion.
Daily presentations and ongoing demonstrations at the Gemini stand
At Texprocess 2019, the Gemini team will offer complete microfactory demonstrations at its Stand D81 in Hall 4.0, scheduled at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on each day of the event.
In addition, the entire Gemini team will be prepared to welcome visitors and participants for ongoing demonstrations of its X19 generation of technology, with the most innovative CAD suite on the market today and cloud services for digital asset management, for encryption and secured access to models, for automation of bespoke order management.
You are invited to book individual meetings with the Gemini technical or sales teams at Texprocess 2019 by sending appropriate requests at firstname.lastname@example.org.