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Embroidery Design Editing Techniques

Design Editing Techniques

December 14, 2020

Frequently used tools & techniques in digitizing Whether a newbie or you feel like a refresher, this video walks you through some basic, but frequently used techniques for digitizing or editing. It provides a great overview to anyone looking to learn more about embroidery and digitizing. Set-up the project​ Prior to digitizing know the fabric […]

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start-finish-end

Auto Start End Update

November 20, 2020

In version 4.5 of the software the last stitch of the last object created is identified with a white cross (location of the cursor.) When using the Stitch edit tool or traveling through the design the white cross identifies the stitch the cursor is located on. The start and end point of the design is […]

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FlexiSplits

November 10, 2020

Flexisplit is an effect that can be applied to Satin or Tatami fills created with any tool. There are dozens of preset Flexisplit patterns available to choose from, each of which can be resized and applied as a single row or multiple rows that can be made to fit to the shape of the object. […]

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CorelDRAW Graphics Suite & Maze Fill

November 5, 2020

Design a logo with high impact and low stitch count! As a digitizer, you have intimate knowledge of stitches and embroidery. Learn to design your own logos. Here we demonstrate how to create a modern cityscape logo using the integrated CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite software and EmbroideryStudio e4.5.  The rear jacket design is filled with one […]

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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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