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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology (IJARET) (Vol.10, No. 2)

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Page : 830-837

Keywords : Computer-aided design (CAD); 3D; New design; Dimension collection; Graded size pattern; Marker creation; Mass customization; Fashion CAD.;

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The Internet's computer-assisted features are likewise advancing swiftly in tandem with the growth of Internet technology. Clothing businesses have begun using CAD software for things like making prototypes and generating finished garments. Using this strategy significantly minimises the time needed to create a new garment and eases the burden on the employees. The purpose of this piece is to investigate how computer-aided design (CAD) has impacted the fashion industry. The digital application's foundation and the garment formation model are derived from the wearer's actual requirements. In this article, we take a look at how computer-aided techniques like multideformation modelling and NURBS surface modelling can be employed in the modelling development process. Based on the computer-aided dye applicator's functional properties, it is deduced that the model's dyeing effect is similarly varied, leading to the digital three-dimensional garment model's virtual display effect. Digital design allows clothes to not only function as intended, but also to be reliable, stable, and safe in its performance. The experimental data demonstrates that the unfolding area of a two-dimensional film increases monotonically with W, but the amplitude decreases until it stabilises at 0.1263.

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