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IJSTR >> Volume 3- Issue 10, October 2014 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

Website: http://www.ijstr.org

ISSN 2277-8616



Philosophy Of Creating Macros In Accumark CAD System

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AUTHOR(S)

Marie Nejedla

 

KEYWORDS

Keywords: Unified Methodology of Clothing Design (UMCD), philosophy of "macros", macro in CAD system AccuMark, loading of macro, outputs of macro, trousers macro, macros at custom production.

 

ABSTRACT

Abstract: - The article discusses a promising method of creating documentation in design preparation of clothing production using the "Macro" module. Creation of the basic and model design solution of clothing and clothing parts, which is applicable for any design methodology, is concerned. The Unified Methodology by designing, using which preconditions for computer processing were set in the 90th of the past century, is applied for solving. The macros created in AccuMark CAD program can be applied for pre-defined size range and also for making clothes fitting to particular customer's dimensions. All of that can be done if the input bodily dimensions in the table bound to macro are kept. The sense and aim of macro creation is to make lengthy and repeated activities when creating design and technical documentation more effective and to show rational ways of their application in clothing production.

 

REFERENCES

[1] Nejedlá, M. a kol. 1988. Jednotná metodika konstruování oděvů. Výzkumný ústav oděvní, Prostějov, Czech Republic.

[2] Nejedlá, M. a kol. 1989. Systém přídavků v Jednotné metodice konstruování oděvů. Výzkumný ústav oděvní, Prostějov, Czech Republic.

[3] Document available on a web page: Programming and Modification. August 21, 2014: Web site: http://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Makro_(software).

[4] Nejedlá, M. 2013. Transformation of designed pieces to 2D CAD systems using a macro module. Fibres and Textiles, No 4, 12-19, Bratislava, Slovak Republic.