The Browzwear team has been working hard to improve your user experience and we’re pleased to announce the release of VStitcher 7.8 and Lotta 3.8. We added several new features and improvements that we know you will enjoy.
Some of the most exciting new additions include:
For all-over prints, melanges and complex stitches
With this release, VStitcher introduces the very first 3D solution for complex multi-layer materials. Simply define a group of fabric or seam layers and from then on, you can manipulate the group just like a single material or edit each layer separately. You can create complex textures that are even more true-to-life, like a melange fabric or the inseam on a pair of jeans. With multi-layer materials, designing in 3D is faster and more flexible than ever before.
3D Folded Garment View (Labs)
Vstitcher and Lotta now include a flexible template for displaying your designed garment, folded. The Labs template includes a folded, button-down shirt with several display options including collars, buttons and more.
The latest versions of VStitcher and Lotta feature simulation improvements to performance, pleats and folds, and complex, layered garments.
Expanded API for Costing
The Open Platform API now integrates with costing engines and proprietary costing calculators. After the integration is enabled, you can display the price of a garment in real time, as it’s being developed.
Export Measurement Charts
Quickly export points of measurement CSV charts for manufacturing and production for all garment sizes.
Our new alignment guides help you align shapes in relation to each other in real time transformation.
Dynamic pivot points for pattern pieces and shapes
Move the pivot point on shapes and pattern pieces for more control over rotation, positioning and resizing.
We have made a bunch of improvements to the interface including fabric physics search, print keyboard shortcut, 3D view camera rotation and editing and sharing camera parameters.
More Fluent CAD Changes
Changes include converting internal lines to edges, making slices to symmetrical pieces, “folding” of pattern pieces and glueing internal lines to edges.
Improved DXF Import
We’ve made it easier to read even more varieties of CAD files in DXF, AAMA and ASTM formats, including grading information and more.
Ready to get started? Get in touch with us for a demo or the downloads.