Usage of 3D Anthropometric Data in CAD/CAM Individual Measurement List
Advanced Materials Research 2015
Inga Dāboliņa, Ausma Viļumsone, Jānis Dāboliņš, Dana Beļakova

Computer aided designing software not only the possibility to speed up the process of putting a new model into production and improve the quality of the products, but also reduces material costs and labour intensity, ensuring an elastic change of the assortment. The designing of clothes includes a row of processes and one of the most time and labour consuming is constructing. A construction displays the layout (pattern) of the surface of the body (garment). As it depends on correct anthropometric data, it is very important to get ones right. The use of 3D surface scanning technologies to produce digitized representations of the human anatomy has the potential to help change the way a wide range of products are designed and produced. Every scanning device is equipped with optic (light) appliances to ensure non-contact measuring. Measurements acquired by 3D scanning device should be checked out for compliance with CAD systems for automatized pattern making procedure. The paper introduces the experiment with scanned data usage in CAD pattern making. The project aims to implement scanned data values in the CAD/CAM individual measurement list for acquiring individualized pattern blocks.

Atslēgas vārdi
3D Anthropometry, 3D Body Scanning, CAD Systems, Pattern Making, Shape Analysis

Dāboliņa, I., Viļumsone, A., Dāboliņš, J., Beļakova, D. Usage of 3D Anthropometric Data in CAD/CAM Individual Measurement List. Advanced Materials Research, 2015, Vol. 1117, 283.-286.lpp. ISSN 1662-8985. Pieejams: doi:10.4028/

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