Sveučilište u Zagrebu
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Course: Computer Clothing Construction
 
 
Teachers in charge Ph. D. Slavenka Petrak, Assoc. Prof.
Study, Module Textile Technology and Engineering - graduate, Module Clothing Design for Industry
Course summary 3 (1+2+0)
ECTS 7
Knowledge verification preliminary exam, oral exam
Precondition for testing Regularly completed exercises, accepted term-papers and prelminary exam
Lecture type lectures, practice
Exercise type laboratory practice
Subject content Basics of computer graphics. Computer systems for CAD/CAM clothing construction, properties, configurations and input-output units. Preparation for cutting parts for digitizing. Modelling of garments and cutting pattern production by computer. Modelling of cuts using a computer. Construciton of lining and interlining cutting parts using a computer. Methods of special grading types. Methods of grading by matrix transformations, vector modules and vector translations. Integration of cutting part surfaces. Matrix transformations of rotation, symmetry and mirroring. Parameters of computer plotters and systems for automatic cutting. Incremental and automatic methods of computer clothing construction.
Aim of course The student masters the methods of computer clothing design and the operation of the CAD system for computer clothing construction.
Literature necessary for course D. Rogale, S. Polanović: Računalni sustavi konstrukcijske pripreme u odjevnoj industriji, recenzirani udžbenik Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, odobrenje Povjerenstva za znanstveno-nastavnu literaturu Sveučilišta u Zagrebu broj 02/592/1-1996, od 21. ožujka 1997., Tekstilno-tehnološki fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, ISBN 953-96183-9-8, UDK 681.3:687(075.8), 188 str.
S. Polanović, D. Rogale: Grafičke radne stanice za računalni dizajn tekstila i odjeće u tehničkoj pripremi odjevne industrije, Tekstil, 45,(1996.), 6, 312-319
D.Rogale, S.Petrak: Inkrementalna metoda automatske računalne konstrukcije krojeva odjeće,Tekstil, 49 (2000), 8;411-419
S. Bogović, D. Rogale: Symetry of Garment Patterns Using Matrix Transformations, DAAAM, 2000, Opatija, 35-36
S. Bogović, D. Rogale: Matrične transformacije simetrije pri zrcaljenju krojnih dijelova, Tekstil, 50 (2001), 1; 1-7
J. Fan, W. Yu, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong and L. Hunter, CSIR, South Africa: Clothing appearance and fit: Science and technology, 2004.
B. Le Pechoux and T. K. Ghosh: Apparel sizing and fit: Textile Progress Vol. 32 No. 1, 2002.
Supplement literature S. Petrak, D. Rogale: Methods of automatic computerised cutting pattern construction, International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology, 13, (2001), 3/4, 228-239
Rogale D., Petrak S. Mandekić-Botteri V.: Method of Transforming 3D Clothing Patterns into 2D Cutting Parts, 2nd International Textile, Clothing & Design Conference – Magic World of Textiles October 03th to 06th 2004, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 586-593
Bogović S., Rogale D.: Modelling Garment Cutting patterns Using Matrix Transformations, 1st International Textile, Clothing & Design Conference – Magic World of Textiles October 06th to 09th 2002, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 341-346
Rogale D., Petrak S. Mandekić-Botteri V.: Method of Transforming 3D Clothing Patterns into 2D Cutting Parts, 2nd International Textile, Clothing & Design Conference – Magic World of Textiles October 03th to 06th 2004, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 586-593
 
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Textile Science and Economy
 

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