VetiGraph UK has teamed up with Claudette Joseph to collaborate on a TR pattern cutting project. TR pattern cutting means Transformational Reconstruction, this is a form of origami pattern cutting which translates into immediate and intuitive 3D creations, in opposition to the more conventional way of drafting. We have admired Claudette’s work and the fantastic shapes she has been able to […]
ASBCI YEARBOOK 2020 -LEAN MANUFACTURING FOR FASHION SMEs Lean manufacturing is not just for big businesses. Applied correctly, lean principles can help fashion SMEs minimise waste, maximise productivity, and deliver what the customer wants, when they want it, helping to increase growth in a highly competitive market. The world of fashion […]
Make it British member Vetigraph has announced the opening of a fashion training hub in Leicester to help bridge the technical skills gap in the fashion industry. As we’ve mentioned on this site before, there is a massive skills gap in UK fashion manufacturing. It’s not just garment machinists that are in short supply. […]
? VETIGRAPH?was featured in an article published in the Clothing Industry Handbook 2014 by the ASBCI (Association of Suppliers to the British Clothing Industry). This article relates to the implementation of ScanGraph at ladies?and children?s wear designer and manufacturer STUDIO ONE in Leicester.
For nearly a decade now, Clare Kay has been using Vetigraph to cut patterns digitally. In this article, she tells Drapers why she is so passionate about what she does and how Vetigraph has made her day-to-day life much simpler. ?
Vetigraph was approached by Brighton Based Julia Sissons, to collaborate on producing her design in a downloadable format. Julia?s design was digitized and then using VetiExpert printing functions, the pattern was divided into 30 A4 sections, each with matching points printed in the corners. The general public could visit the V&A website to download the […]