Trayton Group

“Since we have started using this equipment, there have been no more mistakes. As a result, our material consumption rate has improved by 2-3 percentage points.”

The Chinese furniture manufacturer’s transition from a manual to an automated, digital cutting process yields lower operational costs, increased flexibility and consistent quality.

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MARKET

Furniture

LOCATION

Shanghai, CHINA

CHALLENGE

Trayton sought a more cost-effective, flexible production process with consistent quality, which was difficult to achieve with their traditional production methods.

SOLUTION

Lectra proposed Versalis for automated leather cutting, Vector for fabric cutting and Diamino software for pattern making. Lectra also collaborated with Trayton on its continuous improvement activities for overall process optimization.

 

Lectra - Trayton Customer Story

“Lectra has been a very good partner for us. Solution implementation, training of our employees, improved material use rates and cutting accuracy, everything has been great.”

Simon Lichtenberg, founder and CEO, Trayton Group.

SOLUTIONS USED

  • pre-production

    Fabric savings, increased productivity.

    Facilitates marker creation for a wide variety of garments and fabrics, delivering consistently high efficiency.

  • Fabric cutting room

    Powerful, intelligent response to the needs of industrial manufacturers

    Ability to improve flexibility, reduce production costs through optimized material consumption and ensure consistent quality.

  • Leather cutting room

    Flaw identification ensures high quality.

    Hides can be marked, scanned, nested, cut and offloaded in parallel, while automatic nesting ensures that they are used as efficiently as possible.

Download the Trayton Customer Story below