3DWeave

3DWeave


The Know-How of the Weave – in One Tool

3DWeave is the tool providing the complete know-how on developing and evaluating weaves, for example when you do not know or need assistance.

We are not simply creating a 3D animation. We have developed a true display of the complex functionality found in the interlocking of yarns. 3DWeave gives the user the tools to create complex multi-layer weaves or to analyze existing weaves and complete JC files.

Similar to the EAT simulation module, yarn thickness, color, and warp and weft density may be set and displayed individually. Separate layers can be isolated and edited on its own or the whole fabric can be viewed and manipulated as a whole. All desired warp and weft sequences may be entered individually and are displayed accordingly.

3DWeave – for Technical Textiles

3DWeave Tech is not only a tool for development and evaluation, it also supports your marketing and sales department in presenting new developments in woven technical textiles to your clientele.

For the extremely demanding area of technical fabrics 3D Weave has been developed further – especially for the technical weaving mill. 3DWeave Tech enables the user to develop and display all imaginable fabrics from simple weaves to multi-layer weave constructions.

Moreover, 3DWeave Tech is able to save the systems displayed – completely or in cross sections – via VRML format. Therefore it may support marketing and sales departments in bringing developments to the market. For documentation purposes, an MS Word file may be generated and printed out.

A different View – Weaves in Cross Section

With the experience gathered during the design and creation of the “3DWeave” module, EAT has developed an additional module called “Cross Section”. In this module, the user may analyze and develop simple and complex weaves using a cross-sectional view to assist them. As an option, the user can view the cross section in both the warp and weft directions.

With the experience gathered during the design and creation of the “3DWeave” module, EAT has developed an additional module called “Cross Section”. In this module, the user may analyze and develop simple and complex weaves using a cross-sectional view to assist them. As an option, the user can view the cross section in both the warp and weft directions.