3D Product Design Simulation Software
3D Product Design Simulation Software – The software should be compatible with other related input/output devices (3D body scanner, plotter, cutting machine, digitizer, scanner, etc.). Read about Sewing Output Garment Manufacturing Software
Software licensed, lifetime auto renewal which must be capable of Drafting flat patterns. Designing a clothing product by changing colors, prints, fabric type, and features etc. Creating 3D virtual models of desired size(s)…
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Simulating and adjusting the fit of flat patterns on a 3D virtual models of desired measurements. Grading 2D patterns to get different sizes. Making models, orders and markers for good fabric utilization. Complete hardware to run the software. Online data acquisition system (Minimum: core i7, 16 GB RAM, I TB F-IDD) with 32″ LED, wireless keyboard, wireless mouse, 3 shelves stand and chair. Complete set of data cables and power cables. Uninterrupted power supply for smooth data storage with back up of at least 30 minutes. Equipment operational on site. Equipment operational on site. Two years complete warranty of hardware and software
When resources are severely limited, these are valid and difficult questions. But these should be answered in the context of a rapidly changing world. Over the course of the last few centuries, the world has shifted from agricultural to industrial based societies, where efficiency in manufacturing has determined global economic influence. Over the last few decades, the world has been shifting from industrial to knowledge-based societies, where proficiency in creating and disseminating knowledge has been an increasingly predominant factor for national growth.
Before getting into specific issues concerning Digital Bangladesh, it is important to review the basic premises. We have difficult challenges in every sphere of our economic and social lives, and use of technologies will not necessarily make them go away. Technology is not a silver bullet; it is useful in some areas, mandatory in some and overkill in some others. The purpose of Digital Bangladesh policy-making should be to make clear distinctions between those three areas, and sometimes make hard choices if needed.
The phenomenon is well reflected through the shift in national goals of Malaysia, a country widely perceived to be on the forefront of transition countries. In 1991, the then leader Mahathir Mohamed declared that Malaysia would become a fully industrialized country by 2020. However, over the next decade, the national Vision 2020 was updated to reflect Malaysia’s aim to become a “knowledge society” rather than a fully industrialized nation.