Fashion Tech Webinar Series Session 5 / Accelerating DX in your planning work with fabric simulation! —Simulations for woven fabric, circular knitting, towel, and embroidery | Webinar Information | SHIMA SEIKI | Computerized Flat Knitting Machines, Design Systems, CAD/CAM Systems
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Fashion Tech Webinar SeriesSession 5
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Accelerating DX in your planning work with fabric simulation!
—Simulations for woven fabric, circular knitting, towel, and embroidery

Accelerating DX in your planning work with fabric simulation!
—Simulations for woven fabric, circular knitting, towel, and embroidery

Wednesday, 24 Nov., 2021 | 10am (CET) / 5pm (HKT)
Wednesday, 24 Nov., 2021
10am (CST) / 5pm (HKT)

* Registration deadline is Thursday, 18 Nov., 2021 | 1am (CET) / 8am (HKT)

* Registration deadline is
Thursday, 18 Nov., 2021 | 1am (CET) / 8am (HKT)

Even if you are unable to attend the event, sign up now to view the webcast after the webinar!
The webcast will be available from Thursday, 2 December.

FREE!
Zoom online seminar
Capacity: 500 (first-come, first-served basis)
Click here for an overview of the series.

Greetings from SHIMA SEIKI!

We are pleased to present a series of 6 webinars on the latest fashion tech,
covering a wide range of topics beginning with how to use the SDS-ONE APEX series design system,
as well as how to start a virtual sampling project, how to link with production,
and how to use APEX for applications other than knitwear.

In this fifth session of the series, we will demonstrate virtual sampling for woven fabric, circular knitting,
towel, embroidery, etc., and show how to use them to your advantage in product planning.
Virtual fabrics can also be used as 3D texture map data, so this is a must-see for 3D software users!

* Fill in the questionnaire after watching the webinar,
and receive links for watching past webinar archives and for downloading webinar material (PDF).

Greetings from SHIMA SEIKI!

We are pleased to present a series of 6 webinars on the latest fashion tech, covering a wide range of topics beginning with how to use the SDS-ONE APEX series design system, as well as how to start a virtual sampling project, how to link with production, and how to use APEX for applications other than knitwear.

In this fifth session of the series, we will demonstrate virtual sampling for woven fabric, circular knitting, towel, embroidery, etc., and show how to use them to your advantage in product planning. Virtual fabrics can also be used as 3D texture map data, so this is a must-see for 3D software users!

* Fill in the questionnaire after watching the webinar, and receive links for watching past webinar archives and for downloading webinar material (PDF).

Fashion Tech Webinar Series
Session 5
Accelerating DX in your planning work with fabric simulation!
—Simulations for woven fabric, circular knitting, towel, and embroidery

- Seminar Schedule -

  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • 1
    • Woven plaid and jacquard fabric simulation
  • 2
    • Jacquard towel simulation
  • 3
    • Circular knitting/cut-and-sewn fabric simulation
  • 4
    • Embroidery simulation
  • 5
    • Colorway simulation of scanned fabric
  • 6
    • Q&A session

* Schedule and duration are subject to change.

To participate, please fill out the application form.

This webinar is perfect for you if:

    • you are having trouble preparing fabrics for 3D.
    • you are not yet familiar with APEX.
    • you are interested in using APEX.
    • you are facing technical and workflow issues while using APEX.
* Freelance designers and students are welcome!

What is SDS-ONE APEX?

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The SDS-ONE APEX series allows you to plan and design, evaluate colorways, create realistic fabric simulations, and even create 3D virtual samples.
It eliminates waste from the fashion supply chain and contributes to sustainability.
In addition to the all-in-one design system, we also offer APEXFiz, a subscription-based design software that can be customized according to your needs.

To participate, please fill in the form below.
Participation details will be announced at a later date.


If you are unable to sign up for the first 500 seats, you will be notified about the webcast at a later date.

Participation may not be available for certain applicants, such as those involving competing companies.

If the application form does not display properly
please use the latest version of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, or Internet Explorer 11.

To participate, please fill in the form below.
Participation details will be announced at a later date.


If you are unable to sign up for the first 500 seats, you will be notified about the webcast at a later date.

Participation may not be available for certain applicants, such as those involving competing companies.

If the application form does not display properly, please use the latest version of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, or Internet Explorer 11.

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Fashion Tech Webinar Series
Total 6 sessions

Session 1
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WEBINAR-1
Key Features for 3D Virtual Sampling of Knitwear!
―Dedicated tools for 3D modeling and knitwear design
Session 2
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WEBINAR-2
Seamless linkage with production for more efficient sampling!
―Transferring data after virtual sampling
Session 3
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WEBINAR-3
How to start up a digital design project!
―Case studies on how to start-up virtual sampling operations
Session 4
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WEBINAR-4
Realizing manufacturing without physical samples!
―How to create digital prototypes for knitted goods
Session 5
Wednesday, 24 Nov., 2021
10am (CET) / 5pm (HKT)
WEBINAR-5
Accelerating DX in your planning work with fabric simulation!
―Simulations for woven fabric, circular knitting, towel, and embroidery
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Session 6
Thursday, 13 Jan., 2022
10am (CET) / 5pm (HKT)
WEBINAR-6
Increase your e-commerce profits using virtual samples!
—Techniques for reducing costs and forecasting demand
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