Color Management in HUGO BOSS AG
Speaker: Anja Sick
The presentation shows the development in color management in HUGO BOSS AG over more than 10 years. Beginning with quality control of incoming goods of fabrics and trimmings all the way to eliminating lab dips, switching to self-approval and 3D virtualization of garments.
Color Self Approval from a brand point of view
Speaker: Jochen Adler
Triumph has practiced the visual color assessment for a long period. To reduce lead times and to get faster on market, the color process has been reworked and changed to color self-approval process. In cooperation with Penn TS, Triumph did the first trials with solid knitting fabrics. The basis is the color measurement and the agreed tolerances by color metric.
Step by step, more and more materials and colors would be added up to 90% of all running articles.
Today we can look back on a high level of color continuity and stability. The lead time was reduced massive.
The presentation shows the development process and the current way of working.
How do we get this together – a view on shades – Brief introduction into what is needed to self-approve shade for a better garment
Speakers: Markus Regenstein
Penn Textile Solution offers to customers a self-approval service. We take full responsibility of all components that we produce for a single garment. Between 2-6 fabrics with different textures and appearance need to match the shade.
Brief explanation on how we do this, what is needed and what advantages it offers for the supply chain. Starting point is the obvious “what if it does not match”, how we organize and build up consistent results in matching shades with the help of Datacolor equipment.
AMANN’s Global Colour Competence – enthusiasm for global continuous service improvement
Speakers: Christian Scholz and Erwin Ott
Amann continuously invests & searches for color service improvement to synchronize the processes according to customers and market dynamics. Attend the session to learn how they use data to improve production efficiency and streamline communication between international offices.
Lessons from the field – the evolution of SpectraVision
Speaker: Lisa Beck & Stephanie Picht
Datacolor SpectraVision was initially designed to measure the unmeasurable in the textile world, such as prints, lace, trims and other challenging textile materials. Our customers’ need to reduce development time and cost have driven the expansion of new applications and functionalities within the product. See what Datacolor has learned from brands, suppliers and non-textile providers, discover new applications that may benefit your business.
The reality of today’s color department
Speaker: Andrew Fraser
This presentation will focus on the phenomenon of working with color the wrong way knowing the right way exists. It will focus on the basics that are proven positive process and procedures that we still ignore.
Source confidently and deliver your ideal color
Speaker: Basto Wong & Dustin Bowersox
Brands invest significant cost and resources to ensure a supplier is qualified to deliver on their expectations for color quality. Suppliers must demonstrate this capability for multiple brands that they produce for even though a majority of the requirements are the same. See how Datacolor Certify can add value to the textile supply chain by offering a universal assessment program carried out by experts who ensure suppliers commitment to best processes, people, and technology.
Web-based ColorHub for efficient and timely production
Speaker: Danielle Thome & Ken Butts
Datacolor ColorHub is a web-based software solution, which provides a real-time view of mills’ color performance. This cloud-based depository of lab dip and production color data will help ensure shade consistency and quality by identifying and taking corrective action to color issues in real time.