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Lectra Introduces Redesigned Vector® Fabric Cutters

Paris-based Lectra, an integrated technology solutions provider serving the fashion and soft goods industries, has redesigned its Vector® automated fabric cutting solution for the fashion, automotive, furnishings and aeronautics industries. The company last upgraded the line in February 2007.

The new Vector fabric cutters feature anti-error devices including a new ergonomic, intuitive visual interface that allows continuous monitoring and control of each step of the manufacturing process; 120 sensors that monitor the behavior of the cutting head to optimize the cutting in real-time and reduce material consumption; and a predictive maintenance system that secures production by preventing failures.

"The exceptional means implemented by Lectra in the development of its new range of Vector cutters have given birth to a complete, integrated and unique offer, which enables our customers to benefit from better control and optimization of their production, which in turn increases their competitiveness and profitability," said Daniel Harari, CEO, Lectra.

"As the key element of the cutting room, Vector provides access to new levels of productivity and material savings," said Bertrand Crönert, manufacturing marketing director, Lectra. "Embedded technology at the heart of the system, associated with continuous control by Lectra's experts gathered in our five call centers, ensures the highest availability on the market."

July 10, 2012

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