Streamline your 2D Pattern Process with ExactFlat

Session presented by Adam Ferrer, Javelin

One of the hardest parts of designing with soft good and textiles is getting your design from concept to cutter, this session will focus on upholstery design, flattening, nesting and manufacturing with the power of SOLIDWORKS and ExactFlat.

Do you design and manufacture soft goods?

It could be upholstery , composites or inflatables. Using the power of 3D modeling with these types of product are a great way of being able to design your parts true to life. But what happens when you have to take manufacturing and cutting into account and turn your 3D designs into 2D patterns?

ExactFlat and SOLIDWORKS

ExactFlat is the first product to integrate 3D design, 3D-to-2D flattening, nesting and costing with SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD software. This means:

  • Integrated Platform: Sewn product features are parametrically defined and fully linked from 3D design, to 2D flat pattern, to nesting, and costing.
  • Team Collaboration: Design, data, and creativity are on one platform, bringing excellence, speed and flexibility to design, prototyping, and production.
  • Quick ROI: Built directly into SOLIDWORKS for fast ramp-up, with an experienced support team with years of experience in related industries.

Applicable Industries

  • Automotive & transportation seating and interiors: seating, steering wheel & shift knob covers, armrests, headliners, carpeting, trunk liners, insulation
  • Marine: seating, canvas bimini tops, covers, boat hulls, sails
  • Furniture: office, commercial and residential
  • Apparel: pants, shirts, hats, shoes, gloves, uniforms, technical, compression clothing Industrial equipment & technical products: industrial wraps and covers, industrial linings, military equipment
  • Composite products: aerospace, automotive parts, boat hulls, turbine blades etc.
  • Inflatables: hot air and weather balloons, industrial balloons, inflatable buildings, inflatable bladders, inflatable marketing products
  • Other: luggage, handbags & accessories, tents, awnings, medical soft goods, film, protective films, graphic wraps, sports equipment, commercial sun shades, signs and banners, displays, body armor, tactical gear, helmets, consumer product and appliance covers, architectural structures, roofing, and more…

Adam Ferrer, Javelin

Adam holds a Bachelor of Technology - Automotive and Vehicle Engineering degree from McMaster University.


For Design, Simulation, Manufacturing, and Lifecycle Management

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