The new Technology Building will be completed in summer 2013. This state-of-the-art new facility will house the Fashion and Textile Technology Department offices as well as our classrooms, labs, and research spaces.
The CAD/CAM system is an integral part of the fashion textile technology curriculum. Students are exposed to the technical processes used in apparel/textile design and production.
CAD/CAM lab facilities:
The textile laboratory is used primarily by students in the textile evaluation course, allowing students to use testing equipment in a manner similar to a commercial testing laboratory. For class projects, the students test textiles products following standards set by AATCC and ASTM.
Three Apparel Design Studioes are primailty used for courses offered in the Apparel Design and Apparel Product Development concentrations. Students will design and create their garments using industrical sewing machines that are normally used in mass garment production including Single Needle Lock Stitch machines, Overlock Sewing machines, Flatlock sewing machines, Multi-needle Chain Stitch machines, and button Hole and Zigzag machines.
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