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Manufacturing technology startup SoftWear Automation expands | Atlanta Business Chronicle

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08 April 2015



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“Just as a CNC machine uses a coordinate system to cut a piece of metal, SoftWear’s technology allows a sewing machine to cut apparel based on programmed coordinates. SoftWear is also developing a robotic system to transport fabric through the factory.”




Hallie Siegel robotics editor-at-large
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