Automatic Pattern Digitization

Gerber Technology (Tolland, Conn.) has introduced AccuScan, an automated, high-speed pattern digitizing system that reportedly eliminates the need to digitize patterns manually. According to the company, the technology digitizes multiple patterns simultaneously, outputs AccuMark pattern pieces, is accurate to within

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Gerber Technology (Tolland, Conn.) has introduced AccuScan, an automated, high-speed pattern digitizing system that reportedly eliminates the need to digitize patterns manually. According to the company, the technology digitizes multiple patterns simultaneously, outputs AccuMark pattern pieces, is accurate to within 1.5 mm/0.06 inches and is said to be 20 to 50 percent faster than manual digitizing, depending on the complexity of the pieces being digitized. It automatically detects notches, drilled holes and the part perimeter. AccuScan can be added to an existing AccuMark workstation or installed on a standalone PC without AccuMark software.