Is­rael: Danit Pe­leg makes his­tory with ready-to-wear 3D printed jack­ets us­ing Gerber Tech­nol­ogy

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Danit Pe­leg, an Is­rael­based fash­ion de­signer, has launched the first- ever 3D ready-to-wear gar­ment col­lec­tion us­ing tech­nol­ogy so­lu­tions pow­ered by Gerber Tech­nol­ogy.

“We are ex­cited to help Danit bring 3D printed gar­ments to the mar­ket and be a part of this in­cred­i­ble jour­ney,” says El­iz­a­beth King, Vice Pres­i­dent ( Dig­i­tal So­lu­tions), Gerber Tech­nol­ogy.

The lim­ited edi­tion col­lec­tion named ‘ The Birth of Venus’ in­cludes bomber style jack­ets and is now avail­able on­line.

The 3D jack­ets have been printed on a flex­i­ble and stretch­able ma­te­rial, which has del­i­cate fab­ric lin­ing un­der­neath, pro­vid­ing max­i­mum com­fort to the wearer. The jack­ets were man­u­fac­tured in Spain and would be shipped from Tel Aviv, Is­rael.

The jack­ets were made us­ing Gerber’s Ac­cuMark 3D and YouniquePLM soft­ware for 3D de­sign mod­el­ling. The tech­nol­ogy so­lu­tions helped Danit to stream­line work­flow in or­der to ac­cel­er­ate the 3D print de­sign process. Both the com­pa­nies have in­vested over two years in de­vel­op­ing this gar­ment in­no­va­tion.

’ The jack­ets were made us­ing Gerber’s Ac­cuMark 3D and YouniquePLM soft­ware for 3D de­sign mod­el­ling.

Danit Pe­leg is also of­fer­ing a ‘cus­tomiza­tion’ op­tion to the to- be wear­ers by al­low­ing them to de­sign their own bomber jack­ets. Cus­tomiza­tion will be done as per the in­di­vid­ual’s choice for colour, lin­ing and other el­e­ments em­bed­ded in the jack­ets. “The users can de­sign it us­ing tools on our web­site, we will print it for them and ship the gar­ment to their home,” claims Danit.

This new tech- driven col­lec­tion has also as­sisted Gerber Tech­nol­ogy in defin­ing the work­flow of their Ac­cuMark 3D so­lu­tion.

Gerber will fur­ther ben­e­fit from the cre­ative col­lab­o­ra­tion as its cus­tomers would bet­ter un­der­stand the ca­pa­bil­i­ties of the so­lu­tions of­fered by the com­pany. This will sub­se­quently re­sult in more ad­vanced de­vel­op­ments in the fash­ion in­dus­try.

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