New TabletKiosk Case Study published which describes TabletKiosk’s partnership with IntelliQuilter to provide them with Tablet PCs used as CNC Controllers.
In 2005, TabletKiosk established a long term strategic partnership with IntelliQuilter, a computerized quilting system which assists professional quilters automate and gain better control of their long-arm or mid-arm industrial sewing machines. The IntelliQuilter is sold as an after-market add-on for all of the major brands of industrial quilting machines including APQS, A-1, Gammil, Nolting and Innova.
The 12.1” Sahara Slate PC All-In-One Tablet PC is used as the private label, embedded controller for the IntelliQuilter to accomplish the following goals put forth by IntelliQuilter company owner and developer, Zoltan Kasa:
1. Efficiently run his software application on a custom configured Linux O/S2. Possess a form factor that is lightweight, portable, and provide for the ability to easily mount and dismount from the sewing machine
3. Run on an x86 compatible microprocessor which is powerful enough to execute complex real-time graphic operations and control the sewing machines’ two actuator motors simultaneously
4. Possess a responsive LCD touch screen at least 12” or larger
Click here to download the full case study of the history between TabletKiosk and IntelliQuilter and how this B2B relationship as grown over the years.