EAT GmbH
 EAT - Fabric Simulation
About the Product
It is real Fabric Simulation Economic and Eco-friendly. From a quality standpoint, DesignScope victor offers the best woven fabric simulation available in the market today. Years ago, EAT [as one of the first CAD/CAM suppliers] had based their simulation program on the full JC file. JC files contain all information for the control of jacquard weaving loom combinations. The simulation module mirrors the entire complex process of weaving.

Product Description
Especially today, where prices are under pressure, it is great to have a tool allowing sending an E-Mail across to your customer instead of a fabric sample. No dyeing, No weaving, no freight.

And that automatically leads to the second advantage. No waste, no emissions. EAT's Fabric simulation is also a grate way to more eco-friendly textiles!

Simulations

Control functions such as active hooks, thread densities, thread sequence, etc. are taken into an account, as well as thread qualities, materials and colors. Respecting all these parameters, in addition to the reed draw-in and up/down information for the shed, the module determinations the dynamic behavior and progression of all thread systems and then corrects them to captures the real product, the image file created by that process is then displayed on the monitor and may be printed out at the user's discretion. Quick Repeat can be used in this module, and Microsoft Word file can be generated and printed out for documentation purposes.

To define the yarns used in a simulation, EAT does not scan the actual yarn itself. Yarns are created within the EAT software itself and are stored in a yarn database as an archive. This database offers the definition of all kinds of yarn, form simple ones all the way to complex novelty yarns with substantially different color mixes. Novelty effects and color mixes may be distributed among the yarn in defined lengths segments (for example 0.5', 1', 20 m, 100 m) or in random mode. All individual threads defined in this way can then be twisted together to create a plied yarns with user defined twists per a certain length unit. The advantage of this process is visible in the actual fabric simulation.

Opposed to scanned yarns, this method does not create any repeat defects that don't happen in the real woven sample. In addition, all defined colors and color ways can be modified individually without recalculation of the simulation. This is extremely important when displaying different color ways or a design. To get a more accurate visual impression of a development yarn, DesignScope victor software offers isolated display of yarns and threads: Single threads, threads wound onto a yarn tab, or a quick simulation of the yarn using a user-defined base weave.

Terry Simulation

The newest development in EAT’s simulation module right now is the terry simulation. With the demand for high-quality standards, EAT actually succeeded to drive the complete loop development from the JC information of terry jacquards looms. This also includes variable pile lengths. Therefore, EAT does not display previously set standards loop effects like other CAD/CAM manufactures may need to.

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