Press Release: V2004073

2 August 2004

ProLace systems installed in a Japanese factory

AllCAD Technologies Ltd. proudly installed the 1st Systems of ProLace in a Japanese factory in July 2004.
On an trip to Japan Mr. Dieter Muller, Director of AllCAD first visited Mr. Toshio Hashimoto in Kyoto. He is one of the most famous designers in Japan, who is already working with ProLace for more than 2 years. "The new version 2 includes  curved step stitch fillings, which are very important for the floral designs of Mr. Hashimoto." Mr. Muller said.
After Kyoto Mr. Muller went to Tonami, a small city near the west coast of Japan. Tonami is the home town of Chuetsu Lace, a traditional Japanese Lace maker. Mr. Muller installed 2 licenses of ProLace 2 and provided them with 2 weeks of intensive system training. During the training Mr. Muller made some important improvements for their old Hiraoka color change machines. “They were excited on how fast customer wishes could be put in operation.”, Mr. Muller said. "Efficient decision making and fast  development is our strength, which makes the difference to our competitors." Mr. Muller added.

About AllCAD – AllCAD is a developer of CAD applications offering targeted solutions and services for the Embroidery Industry. The company based in Hong Kong, with development in Austria and with Support Centers in Switzerland, Austria, Thailand and Colombia is specialized in development of Embroidery Design and Punching Systems. AllCAD provides various service ranges from system training on our products over punching services to consultation.

About ProLace 2.0 – ProLace 2.0 is a Combined Embroidery Design & Punching System based on CAD Technology. ProLace 2.0 contains the complete command set of the popular ProArt Embroidery Design System. Therefore you can create perfect designs and punch them, but you can also punch directly on scanned images. With ProLace you can work directly on ProArt designs. The puncher only has to punch underlayers and has to define how to connect the embroidery elements, produced by the designer.