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Optitex is an integrated pack of collaborative design studios for the trend is driven consumer product enterprises.

Optitex Alternatives

The best Optitex alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    CLO 3D is a garment designing and simulation solution.

  2. 15

    Marvelous Designer / 3D Design & Entertainment Software It is used as a 3D modeling tool to create high-resolution 3D clothes such as intricately pleated dresses and rugged uniforms.

  3. Kimp is an unlimited design company, specializing in graphic design (including print and digital designs, custom illustrations, landing page designs and email designs) and video design.

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    3D virtual sampling software with motion simulation for fit analysis, design development, and photorealistic rendering. Create. Connect. Collaborate.

  5. 15

    Browzwear is the leading provider of 3D fashion design, development and merchandising solutions. Discover a complete solution for 3D fashion.

  6. 14

    Seamly2D is a cross-platform patternmaking program which allows designers to create and model...

    Open Source

  7. 13

    V-Stitcher by Browzwear is one of the most advanced fashion design and communication software.

  8. 13

    Tailornova is online 3D fashion design software that helps you create unlimited designs easier and faster than ever.

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    Blender is the open source, cross platform suite of tools for 3D creation.

  10. Valentina Reports is a reporting engine and set of embeddable applications for the various platforms.

  11. Digital textile pattern design (2D CAD, Fashion technology, Textile engineering)

  12. What you see is what you get.

  13. A software similar to Clo3D and Marvelous Designer allowing virtual fabric creation.

  14. Digital textile pattern making

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