Data specification needled for apparel production using computers

Marilyn R DeLong, S. Ashdown, L. Butterfield, K. F. Turnbladh

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Garment fit and ease preferences are studied to determine the feasibility of individually-fitted, computer-generated slacks produced for each of 38 female subjects using a computer-aided design program. This took into consideration the following: body size, configuration, alignment, proportions and preferred ease amounts of the wearer. A level of prediction for ease was achieved and 27 out of 28 of the final subjects rated their slacks as satisfactory or very satisfactory after a seven-hour wear trial.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1-7 (7 pages).
JournalClothing and Textiles Research Journal
Issue number11(3), Spring
StatePublished - 1993


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