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Colorwheel and Eye Dropper

October 29, 2020

Active Colors Selecting a color by clicking on a color chip in the working palette or using the Eye Dropper tool and selecting an object in the work area, will make that color ACTIVE Once Active use the Bucket tool to drop the color to any object in the design. Color Wheels Easily cycle existing […]

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Batch Convert Machine Files

October 23, 2020

The library feature of EmbroideryStudio provides the means to convert a batch of files to a designated folder. In the following video you will see .emb files converted to .dst and U01 files, or for that matter any machine file type, in the one operation, then copied to respective EmbroideryConnect WiFi devices. Most small to […]

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EmbroideryConnect Webinar

EmbroideryConnect Webinar

October 22, 2020

Wednesday 28th October Join Wilcom’s global product expert, Brenden Prazner, for your chance to see EmbroideryConnect in action. Plus, have the opportunity to ask all your questions from the comfort of your home or office. See what others are talking about and register at your preferred time slot. USA Timezone Date: Wednesday 28th October Time:12 noon US Pacific (EDT) […]

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Editing is for Everyone

October 19, 2020

Do you Outsource your Digitizing? Keeping in mind that many people outsource the design components of their embroidery files and add lettering in house, I wanted to make some comment on the benefits of including editing to your embroidery software even if you outsource your digitizing. We have all seen the variation in a stitch […]

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Powerful Design Library

Powerful Design Library

October 14, 2020

Powerful Integrated Design Library in EmbroideryStudio e4.5 software Wilcom’s EmbroideryStudio Design Library is the heart of our flagship embroidery software product, as it provides access to all your embroidery designs. Design Library is so powerful that many users who install EmbroideryStudio simply for the digitizing capabilities are completely surprised it includes a design database that […]

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New thread chart – Setta Lumina

September 22, 2020

A new thread chart Setta Lumina is available to download for Wilcom’s EmbroideryStudio.   Using the new thread chart For e4.5: Download the Setta Lumina zip file and extra the .TCH file from the zip file. Once extracted, copy the .TCH thread chart file to the RES folder in your Wilcom installation. i.e. C:ProgramDataWilcomEmbroideryStudioRESThreadCharts Restart […]

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Tips and Shortcuts

Tips and Shortcuts

August 26, 2020

We forget that we had to learn! We all have skills that we perform without having to think about it, we become so familiar with procedure we no longer need to think about the next step e.g. riding a bike, driving a car, playing our favourite sport or instrument, everyday things that at one time […]

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EmbroideryStudio Pirate software Important Announcement

Pirate Software Important Announcement

August 13, 2020

Background  Since early 2020, a pirated version of Wilcom’s EmbroideryStudio e4.2 has been made available for download on several social media and e-commerce platforms. Following the initial crack, there have been many pirate software vendors offering updated counterfeit copies of Wilcom EmbroideryStudio for sale. Some vendors have falsely advertised later versions of the same pirated […]

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Sequencing Toolbar

Sequence Toolbar

August 12, 2020

Resequence quickly with drag’n’drop EmbroideryStudio has many time-saving features that can greatly reduce the time to create or edit a design. Today, I will discuss the Sequence Toolbar and illustrate different ways to resequence designs. You may prefer one over the other. I imagine we are all familiar with dragging and dropping in the Color […]

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Font Creator Element

Another case for the Font Creator Element

August 6, 2020

The Font Creator is one of my favorite Elements in EmbroideryStudio. When an unusual font or a special corporate font is required, Font Creator is my go to tool. I know, I can hear the comments now,  “Too involved” or ” I do not have time” etc. I do understand, but did you know you can […]

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