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Lectra Launches Newest Version Of U4ia Software

Computer Design Inc., Grand Rapids, Mich., a wholly owned subsidiary of Lectra Systems, Marietta, Ga., recently released the newest version of U4ia® (Euphoria) software U4ia 5.0.The new software features LAB color capabilities. LAB color is an international scientific color standard, based on the physical spectral data the human eye can see.Users will be able to communicate real numeric values for specific palette colors that production color kitchens will be able to reproduce, the company says.U4ia 5.0 now houses several new brushes and brush effects. Users may retrieve favorite combined settings to achieve desired effects or choose from popular natural media effects like chalk, pencil, marker, crayon and impressionist.Major enhancements to the yarn functions provide users realistic yarns for use in yarn-dyed woven fabrics, the company says. Also, new rendering enhancements give customers more realistic yarn-dyed fabric images shortening approval times and reducing sample making throughout the fabric development process. Circle 315.

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