Reach for Perfection.
This is the easiest method of technical designing. All the technical aspects are managed by the system. The only thing that you have to concentrate on is the artistic aspect of your project. Now you can spend time on being a designer, not a technician even if this solution allows you to go through all the steps from the scan or idea to the technical output ready for the loom.
You just have to scan your favorite hand made sketches and then reduce them to the appropriate technical design according to the number of needles and rows. Thanks to the user-friendly tools, the editing of your design is quick and effective. Each color will then correspond to a ground or multibar effect. You can manage your own library of weaves according to your knitting references. Most of the well-known design tools, developed over decades and dedicated to the textile industry, have been in-corporated into the editing sketches module.
To detect any mistake or in any case of doubt about the consequences of a very simple change in your design, you just have to press a button to get a technical and realistic simulation of your project. Your work is then more reliable in terms of production on the machine.
Highlights and features
• Multibar functions.
|Vision card simulation|
Jacquard functions within Vision Raschel
• Assign bindings and structures to the colors in the sketch. They will be automatically calculated in the Jacquard pattern.
Yarn tension of the Jacquard
• The yarn tension is shown graphically. The difference from the average value is shown as a line. By putting in different row sections, it is possible to make an exact analysis of the tensions within the fabric.
Simulation (for Jacquard and Multibar)
|• Simple changes of the yarn types and machine parameters (gauge, rows/cm, etc.).|
• User-friendly, because it is already built into the program. You do not have to start another program.
• Simulation can be placed on a second screen.
• Simulation is refreshed by hot keys.
• Fall plate patterns are taken into account for the simulation.