See how to start designing with 3D in our recent webinar about 3D Design Illustrator, our latest tool that lets you validate and customize 3D garments directly in Adobe Illustrator.
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Learn about our latest 2D & 3D features and updates from version O/17. Get tips and tricks on the newest features to help you boost your product development, design & production workflows.
See what a user needs to know to be able to share patterns throughout the supply chain. The session will cover how to overcome the most common pattern import/export issues. We will also share what we have found to be the best practices for working with vendors, suppliers and internally.
Intended for new and basic 2D users, this webinar will help you sharpen your grading skills. Our presenter Emanuel Sepulveda, Technical Services Specialist, will show around the grading tools available in Optitex, and teach you how to check and perfect your grading and fit.
Get an overview of O/Cloud Collaborate, the first web-based Software as a Service (SaaS) solution offering visual collaboration specifically geared to the fashion industry. Enjoy the photorealistic 3D viewer and go through live scenario and demo!
In this webinar, we are presenting the latest features that were released in Version O/15.6. Version O/15.6 includes many enhanced features such as a seam & stitch manager which makes your 3D content look more realistic and save content creation time, and an improved workflow for creating puffy garments.
See how to make your complete product development workflow more efficient and accurate. The webinar will cover the full workflow using Optitex PDS and 3D Product Creation Suite, including an overview on 2D pattern making, 3D simulation, adding artwork, rendering 3D models in true-to-life quality, presenting samples online, and the latest features in Optitex 15.5.
An overview of all Optitex solutions to help you save time and costs at every step in the textile industry workflow. Learn about our latest updates, insider tips and more!
Learn how to create photo realistic 3D images with Photorealistic 3D and see how you can leverage those true-to-life designs for product development, marketing and sales by sharing them in one, online app, the Optitex Digital Collection.
Watch our Q&A session where we got our users to ask us whatever they wanted – about any topic, process, or features. We also covered additional frequently asked support questions.
Want to be a master in 3D? Watch our advanced webinar on how to work and stitch in 3D in parallel to your 2D development. This master class will focus on advanced techniques including 3D, Rigid Parts, HQR, Best Computers, and Global Collaboration.
Join our guest speakers from The Line Up, Creative Performance Apparel and Eagle Sports as they share their experiences from using Optitex. We will demonstrate some of the favorite and effective tools that made these companies successful through using Optitex solutions.
A special Q&A session where we took requests and demonstrated the features, tools and solutions – they wanted to know more about.
Learn about the concerns of large-business C-level management, dealing with big picture solutions related to cost of implementation, production cost, and speed to market. We’ll discuss how to replace an existing CAD system and train employees in a new one, how to use Optitex export options to tie CAD data directly to their existing hardware and
Dealing with multiple manufacturers around the world, in different languages, with different hardware and software, it’s difficult to maintain continuity of fit and design quality while continuing to decrease time spent on development. We’ll be covering Optitex functions used in larger companies to standardize fit, speed production, and reduce sampling costs all while maintaining global
Get a review of all 3D tools and features and learn how to work in 3D for design, technical design, animation, merchandising, marketing and high end renders.
This Webinar hosts a variety of topics important for companies building non-apparel goods including furniture, costumes, gloves, and bags. Learn how to use 3D with solid objects and forms and get a review of Marker Making and Automated Nesting.
Listen to several guest speakers from different universities on an educational panel and discussion of the history of CAD technology and the latest technological studies in the educational industry.
Getting Started with Optitex?
The Optitex Help Center contains documentation, release notes and links to helpful information to help you learn how to use Optitex products, including: PDS, 3D, Marker, and CutPlan. Click here to access.
Does Optitex run on a MAC?
Currently, Optitex does not support Mac O/S. However, you can use dual-boot utilities, such as Boot-Camp, to run Windows on a Mac computer.
What are the minimum, recommended system requirements?
To run Optitex successfully on your computer, make sure you have the recommended requirements as listed here.
What operating systems can Optitex run on?
To run Optitex successfully, please see the list of various operating systems Optitex supports here.
In what languages is Optitex software available?
Optitex is available in 25 Languages, including Arabic, Bulgarian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Croatian, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese Brazilian, Russian, Romanian, Slovak, Spanish, Thai, Turkish, and Indonesian.
Can I open other CAD system files in Optitex ?
Optitex offers direct converters from Lectra MDL files, Gerber Zip files and Investronica EXP files. These CAD files can be imported into Optitex or converted to Optitex files. Most CAD systems can export their styles to standard CAD format such as DXF or AAMA which can be imported into Optitex.