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Pattern Making Courses

2D CAD Garment Pattern Making Courses

We have just launched our online live CAD garments pattern making, grading, marker making and 3D courses on Gerber, Optitex & Astor Cad! The courses are taught by professional instructors who themselves have first-hand working as senior pattern master in the garment industry and have deep knowledge of every aspect of the garment industry and how it works. CLO 3D and garment industry training and to produce the best pattern masters for the garment industry who are very versatile and at the same time highly efficient. While working as a senior pattern master himself, he researched a lot about the garment manufacturing industry and together with his research and his own first-hand working experience of the industry,
In these difficult times to help you learn pattern making from the comfort of your home, we are offering our best pattern making courses live online. The classes will be provided to you LIVE by our expert & experienced instructors online as per your own convenience of class
Completely practical teaching approach.
Top quality industry standard courses.
Experienced & expert instructors.
Live doubt clearing while in the class.
Assignments and evaluation to enhance your skills
Flexible course schedule & class timings.

Gerber AccuMark CAD Software For Fashion Design.

With Gerber AccuMark, users can visualize designs, create accurate patterns and optimize their markers while seamlessly sharing data throughout the supply chain. Gerber AccuMark empowers fashion brands to accelerate time to market, improve fit, and maximize material utilization.
Gerber pattern making examines every aspect of pattern making and grading using Gerber AccuMark Pattern Design software (V13) and focuses on specific job responsibilities often assigned to apparel pattern makers and graders.
Rather than focus solely on software commands, this class incorporates invaluable insight gained from the professor’s extensive experience as an industry insider. Lessons, exercises, and quizzes focus not only on teaching the software, but also on preparing students to be successful industry professionals.
This module also covers pattern creation, drafting, digitizing, plotting, knock offs, data conversion, technical specification sheets, and costing of markers. Some manual pattern making experience is recommended to take this course.

10.2.3 Technology and garment fit
Body scanning for automated measurement extraction and virtual simulation of avatars for garment design and fit and pattern technology is fast developing (D’Apuzzo, 2007; Kirstein et al., 1999; Stylios, 1999; Chittaro and Corvaglia, 2003; Fontana et al., 2005; Krzywinski and Rodel, 2005; Volino et al., 2005; Paquet and Viktor, 2007; Decaudin, 2006; Petrac and Rogale, 2006; Petrac et al., 2006; Wang et al, 2007; Daanen and Hong, 2008; Wang and Tang, 2008, 2010; Wang et al., 2010). Industry leaders majoring on virtual prototyping and fit, and 2D CAD made to measure (MTM) pattern design systems (PDS) include Lectra, Gerber Technologies, Browzwear, Optitex, Dressingsim, Ffitme and Assyst Bullmer. Virtual garment prototyping is highly valuable in reducing time/cost constraints and also has ecological benefits. This technology is intended to increase customer confidence in purchasing a garment appropriate for their body shape and fit preferences but Apeagyei and Otieno (2007) suggest it has some way to go before it can become an accurate fitting tool.
Although virtual avatars allow the consumer to visualise the suggested fit, fabric drape and simulated movement, it is difficult to successfully apply this technology for MTM custom fit garment design. Custom fit PDS are predominantly based on computerised hand pattern production methods. A style pattern, nearest in size to the client’s own, is adjusted by substituting the client’s measurements at just a few cardinal (primary) points on the pattern profile. 2D pattern pieces that have been adapted using just a few of the customer’s length measurements and one-dimensional circumferential measurements (for example bust, waist and hips) are wrapped and seamed together onto a virtual parametric mannequin for fit evaluation. The resulting 3D pattern fitting process does not automatically transpose parametric variations in body shape to the 2D pattern pieces without some considerable behind-the-scenes manipulation. Without this physical intervention, garment fit will not be a true custom fit but a coincidental fit.

Astor Apparel CAD/Costing Software Solution.
Astor Technologies

Astor Technologies is based in Chennai, India. For the first time in India we have developed a comprehensive CAD/Costing tool software for the Apparel industry. How would it be to just input order data, pattern data and fabric roll data and the program automatically comes up with a cutting plan, generates markers, allocates fabric rolls, prepares lay slips, assigns spreading and cutting jobs, and tracks & reports all activities real-time?

25% of our customers are companies who have already worked with Gerber, Lectra etc for many years before they bought multiple licences of our software.
Our customers work for major labels in USA and Europe such as GAP, A&F, Diesel, H&M and the like. They manufacture a wide range of styles including, kids wear, Lingerie, Jackets and of course regular tops and bottoms styles for men and women.
25% of our customers have come back to us with repeat orders. This is not only because we have superior product offerings but we back it up with great support. We place tremendous importance on after sales support and our customers will readily vouch for this.
We have developed a unique model of generating patterns instantly for a range of styles by just entering measurements. This can be useful to the management because this is the first step to arrive at “fabric consumption estimates” very quickly. Our Nesting program (Very advanced automatic marker making program) is one of the most powerful in the world and will almost ALWAYS IMPROVE OVER THE AVERAGE THAT YOU NOW GET MANUALLY OR THRU EXISTING CAD- and in under 5 Minutes!
We have been very successful in training even traditional pattern makers (in the context of developing countries like India) to create the first patterns directly on the system itself using our powerful and user-friendly design board. This has enabled customers to graduate from manual pattern making to designing patterns on the computer and reap the benefits of productivity gains. Our system can be used for both production and for costing. Our competitors’ products are merely grading and marking systems. We have no doubt that we can contribute towards FA.
Generate actual patterns for a range of styles instantly by just entering measurements and arrive at accurate fabric costing averages in minutes. Respond to buyer’s same day / hour and stay ahead of competition.


CLO Course content.
The Clo3D for beginners course will teach you everything you need to start creating 3D garments – learn all the necessary basics in the shortest and the most efficient way possible, perfect for a busy professional whose time is valuable. 3D garment creation is quickly becoming a necessary skill for patternmakers and fashion designers.With the growing demand for better productivity and smaller environmental footprint of the fashion industry,

• How to to create realistic 3D models of garments.
• How to develop a design from a block to a complete garment in 3D.
• How to add a pattern to Clo by importing pdf, ai, tracing an image or drawing directly on avatar.
• How to set up Clo and navigate in it.
• How to add avatar, change its appearance, size, pose and create and save your custom avatar.
• How to flat draft a skirt block in Clo.
• How to autograde and manually grade in Clo.
• How to scale, transform and move patterns.
• How to add and remove seam allowances, annotations and symbols.
• How to sew the pattern in Clo and dress avatar.
• How to change fabric appearance and behaviour.
• How to assess fit with the help of maps.
• How to use pins, tacks and steam in Clo.
• How to add elasticated waistband, yoke, zip, buttons, patch pockets, topstitching, puckering, fullness and pleats.
• You will learn about properties of fabric in Clo and how to change the fabric of the garment.
• How to change and manipulate print of the fabric, including transparency.
• How to quickly change the design in modular mode.
• How to work with graphic and textures.
• How to calculate amount of fabric required and its cost.
• How to present the garment in multiple colorways.
• How to prepare your garment for render.
• How to dress avatar in multiple layers.
• How to animate your avatar.
• How to render images, turntable images and animations.