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Transforming 18th-century costumes into a fashionable, modern product

October 19, 2022

Transforming 18th-century costumes into a fashionable, modern product Just three years ago, Wilcom showcased Twan Lentjes’s unique 18th Century costume design to the world. This Habit à la Française is based on an original from @gemeentemuseum worn by Otto van Randwijck in 1790. Read More >> After 12 months of Wilcom Sponsorship and the success […]

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Wilcom Embroidery Web API

Wilcom’s Embroidery Web API – Sheer Custom Interview

August 22, 2022

Sheer Custom Interview Sheer Custom has developed and recently launched its exciting new software using Wilcom’s Embroidery Web API (EWA) technology. “We get lots of inquiries from potential EWA customers who have eCommerce websites hosted on platforms like WooCommerce, Shopify, Etsy, etc., and they need software development help to integrate the EWA into those platform […]

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Cubbies and Wilcom's Embroidery Web API

Cubbies automate its business process with Wilcom’s Embroidery Web API

April 19, 2022

Wilcom takes a first-hand look at a company that uses Wilcom’s Embroidery Web API to run a successful embroidery personalization business. Cubbies specialize in personalized gifts for children, babies, and all occasions.  One of the company’s co-founders, Lee White, discusses the impact of using Wilcom’s technology in their business. Why did you get into this niche […]

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TrueSizer Pro e4.2

TrueSizer Pro e4.2 Announcement

December 15, 2021

TrueSizer Pro e4.2 Announcement TrueSizer Pro has been a great product that you’ve used and loved over the years. However, all good things come to an end, and TrueSizer Pro e4.2 is on Wilcom’s discontinued list. The latest release of e4.2 will be Wilcom’s last version release. Don’t worry! We’re giving you time to adjust. […]

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Locally Made

May 20, 2021

Locally Made – The Global Trend Continues The world has been experiencing massive life changes over the last 12 months, and perspectives on how to run a successful business are changing as well. Unsurprisingly, there has been a strong focus on ‘locally made’,  be that from the manufacturer or consumer.  Manufacturers are looking to reduce […]

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Anzac Bag Digitized

A Gift of Gratitude

April 20, 2021

A Gift of Gratitude There has never been a better time to reflect and remember the many men and women who have served us locally and overseas and those that continue to do so today.  Let us take a moment to express our gratitude for their service. The armed forces are responsible for their nation’s […]

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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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Breaking News $6M at risk

Why Risk $6 Million?

July 21, 2020

Breaking news! A Thailand based sub-contractor working for a well-known international sports company was successfully raided. Pirated Wilcom software was found in use on their premises, and the threat of legal action and subsequent criminal charges would have resulted in very damaging publicity. These illegal actions, trying to avoid the investment in legal software licenses, […]

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Report software piracy

Stop Software Piracy

June 17, 2020

$10,000 bounty awarded to ‘insider’ for reporting enterprise software piracy Wilcom International continues to work hand-in-hand with the Business Software Alliance, tracking down and fining software pirates all across the globe. A highly successful tactic has been the use of a bounty, rewarding informants for taking a moral and ethical stance. It was in our very […]

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A-B Emblem, the Company behind the NASA Patches

May 28, 2020

Their history, philosophy and insights into what makes their business sustainable and a great success. Can you tell me how the business evolved and grew? My grandfather immigrated from East Germany to the US in 1929. His father and grandfather were in the schiffli lace business in Plauen. In a short period of time he […]

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