September 14, 2021

Transforming Fabric Sampling: A Digital Leap Forward for the Denim Industry

Fabric sampling plays a pivotal role in product development for both brands and manufacturers. However, the traditional process is not only costly and time-consuming but also has a significant environmental impact. In this article, we introduce an innovative solution that revolutionises fabric sampling using digital simulation technology.

The Hidden Costs of Physical Sampling

Fabric samples enable brands to visualize designs, evaluate fabric quality, and assess supplier capabilities. For manufacturers, samples help identify potential business opportunities and accurately estimate material consumption. Yet, the environmental cost of producing physical samples is often overlooked.

Addressing Inefficiencies in Sampling

Current design and development processes within mills tend to be highly inefficient. The extensive back-and-forth communication between buyers and producers can prolong the sampling process for weeks. Imagine the possibilities if we could digitize fabrics and provide customers with digital raw materials to expedite the process and reduce waste.

Introducing INDIKON

INDIKON is a groundbreaking, cloud-based fabric digitisation technology that converts physical denim fabrics into 3D-ready materials using proprietary algorithms. This state-of-the-art solution empowers mills to share fabric samples with designers and buyers across the globe, eliminating material waste and logistical pollution.

INDIKON offers denim mills an accessible, cost-effective solution to embrace digital transformation. With just a digital camera with a flash and some basic training, mills can join the digital revolution.

By adopting INDIKON's cutting-edge technology, the denim industry can embrace a more sustainable, efficient, and cost-effective approach to fabric sampling. Don't miss the chance to be part of this transformation. 

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