Texprocess Americas 2014 Exhibitor Preview: Cool Zone Powered By [TC]2
CARY, N.C. — May 2, 2014 — The long-time industry favorite Cool Zone returns with a 2,600 square foot pavilion at Texprocess Americas 2014. Created and developed by [TC]2, the Cool Zone showcases the latest in leading-edge technologies, products and processes in the sewn products industry. Only industry-transforming technologies that evoke the response “That’s Cool!” are invited to participate in this one-of-a-kind exhibit.
Plans for Texprocess Americas
The Cool Zone will include a wide range of new and emerging technologies that are expected to have a positive impact on the sewn products industry. A special robotics section of the pavilion will showcase several leading-edge solutions designed specifically for the sewn products industry. Other CAD, product development and production solutions will also be featured in the pavilion.
Individual Cool Zone exhibits will include an automated stitching unit with robotic vision guidance hosted by Henderson Sewing Machine Co. Also in the robotics section, SoftWear Automation, Inc. will display emerging solutions for automated garment production. Baxter, a very personable and easily programmable robot, will be demonstrating a variety of repetitive production tasks. [TC]2 will demonstrate its TC2-18 3D body scanner partnered with the iStyling System that leverages body scanning, virtual dressing, and facial recognition technologies to provide consumers with personalized styling, color and fit recommendations.
Gerber Technology will show how mobile and cloud-based technologies can be used to exchange, share and synchronize product data and images to simplify fashion and sewn products processes. STYKU will feature MeasureMe, an ultra-portable body scanning technology. AM4U will demonstrate how its technologies can dye, digitally print, and label both sides in a single pass to support demand manufacturing for a safer planet. The Veit Group will demonstrate its award winning shirt finishing system that automatically and quickly controls and removes moisture from finished products.
Why Visit the Cool Zone and Texprocess Americas?
[TC]2 continues to see significant industry shifts to more digital supply chains. As sewn products companies rethink their operations and supply chains, they see resurgence in the use of robotics across the apparel, textile, automotive, and other segments of the industry. The thought leaders at [TC]2 believe that more and improved forms of automation will be used by the industry as they continue to work to shrink cycle times in all aspects of the business. That is why they recommend all industry professionals attend this important industry showcase.
Posted May 6, 2014