SGS, the world’s leading testing, inspection and certification company, has published a Consumer Compact article looking at the benefits of fabric digitization during garment prototyping.
Consumers are becoming more demanding over the clothing they buy. They want access to high quality products that are on-trend, but which are also more sustainable.
Technology has always driven change in the fashion industry. As we move into the digital age, SGS has published an article looking at how digitalization is helping designers, brands and manufacturers to streamline the garment prototyping process – making it quicker and more sustainable.
Read the original Consumer Compact article, ‘Fabric digitization revolutionizes garment design’.
SGS Fabric Digitization combines fabric scanning to capture the appearance and texture of materials with fabric physics to determine the essential physical properties of a textile. This information is then used to create a digital twin that can be instantly shared with stakeholders around the world – speeding up the design process while reducing costs and environmental impact.
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