7th CIR Horizon project 3D CPAM is singed
Designers of innovative future products are increasingly aware that the breadth of 3D manufacturing and materials offers new technological solutions for many types of industries, including clothing. At present, great efforts are being made to develop industrial 3D printing platforms, which will be transformed into 3D manufacturing environments that support Cloud-HPC and represent the new advanced industrial manufacturing technology. Thus 3D Clothing Production by Additive Manufacturing - 3D CPAM is a brand new, optimized, innovative manufacturing process with features: flexibility, adaptability, integration and full programmability, but is limited in time to produce a single product (e.g. Jackets) also reduces the overall efficiency of production processes. Optimization of the accelerated production phase is therefore the largest in the delivery of end products on the market. To overcome throat usage, 3D CPAM will optimize 3D fashion design processes by reducing production time, combining modern industrial 3D printing technologies and enhanced HPC / Cloud services. This will overcome the limitations of product size and production time. Experiment within CloudiFactoring Project - Additive Manufacturing Apparel Manufacturing - 3D CPAM lead by Center for Informatics and Computing (Rudjer Boskovic Institute), will be dealing with Digital Factory Concept (DFC) by using a new production platform - a large industrial 3D digital printing environment, optimizing it for apparel production.