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Found 36 results

  1. Mark Bullock

    DG 16 Maestro

    Has anyone else upgraded to DG16 Maestro yet?
  2. Version zip archive

    148 downloads

    Proel Millennium III professional embroidery digitizing software - trial version. Have most popular digitizing tool and embroidery functions; Stitching along an outline, Column, Fill with stitches Motif on Curve and in Area, Stitch Management, Corner management, Pull compensation, Shortenings, Stitching along an outline, Borers management, Sequins deposit on Curve and in Area, Double Sequine, Chenille, 3D Effects, Autopunch, Photo embroidery, Automatic Sequence, Outline from image, Alphabets,True type lettering, True type laser lettering, Sequins deposit on Curve and in Area
  3. Carol1950

    Flower decoration 2

    Version EMB format for Wilcom Tr

    593 downloads

    For convert and resize this embroidery design you can using this free FREE embroidery converter by Wilcom True Sizer: . .
  4. Hi, After having many troubles in starting my old machine (the build is 1992, I changed to electronic card so finally it works. Now the problem, according to me is how to communicate between the PC and machine. Any one has this machine ? If yes, then what to use and which system? I mean (MS-Dos or Windows and which version?) I have tried some which I found over the Net, but I get the "communication error #2" again and again on my machine. Actually I use Win 7 PC...USB to RS232... 9-25 pins ... original Toy cable machine I think the data is well exchanged but it is not enough to do the embroidery job ... Help is appreciated
  5. Original text by: Katya Ebber Your hoop is not one-size-fits-all. You become acutely aware of it when you need to embroider lace ribbons or edgings. This master-class will tell you how to align machine embroidery designs with lace so that the joining places could not be seen. This master-class shows working in the embroidery design software (creation of the alignment crosses), and also the embroidery process. Preparing the design in Embird Load a chosen machine embroidery design into Embird. Add the alignment stitches and half stitches at the top and the bottom of the design. Copy and flip them vertically. Having added the alignments stitches, change the order of steps in the embroidery, dragging the objects in the objects bar, and also change their color. The main objects should be located between the top and the bottom alignment stitches. Click 'Paste' in the toolbar. In the pop-up list choose 'Basting' and define the stitch length. After you click 'OK' the guide stitch will be added to specify the design's position in the hoop. How to align machine embroidery designs properly Load the prepared design into your embroidery machine and embroider the first color, according to the chart you added in the software. Hoop the water soluble stabilizer and embroider the first design (001). Alignment stitches are embroidered with the last color of the design. They will be used as marks for linking this part of the design with the next. Having embroidered the first design, trim away the water soluble stabilizer near the embroidery. Hoop water soluble stabilizer again and embroider first two colors of the design (the guide stitch and the alignment crosses). Remove the hoop from the machine and add a thin layer of spray adhesive. Using a short pin, join the center marks of the alignment crosses on the embroidery parts and on the water soluble stabilizer. Do the alignment stitches without the thread to check if the hooping went right. If all the crosses and stitches match, begin the embroidery. If the alignment crosses do not match, repeat the alignment process as mentioned above. This method is good for many items where you need to embroider a repetitive pattern. We have embroidered lace today, but if you need to do the edging of the table cloth or curtain, this method will work just as good. Use tearaway non-adhesive stabilizer for fabrics.
  6. Version 2.3.6 Trial

    303 downloads

    The free trail version of EmbroideryWare lets you use all the features of the program for 30 days. After 30 days DST output is disabled. After your trial period is over you can continue to create embroidery designs and save them. Then when you do purchase you will already have something to stitch out. EmbroideryWare runs on Windows 7, 8, and 10. Windows XP is not supported. This version has the following features Free Updates for one year Running stitches Single Double Triple/Bean Quad Fills Custom fill patterns Definable fill direction and order Combine or subtract graphic objects to create complicated fill areas Gradient fills Automatic fill ordering Satin stitches Fixed width Tapered Variable along its length Linear and curved columns Satin feathering Satin patterning using fill patterns Satin edge shapes Free motion embroidery Fixed stitch length By time straight stitch By time Zig zag Advanced editing Scale, rotate, translate, align curves or points. Offset curves Add or delete curve elements Join or break apart curves Precise dimension based nudging Arrow key nudge Embedded objects within the graphic Underlay Start path End path Embroidery objects Embed an entire embroidery design in a graphic object Link the object to a file on your system and any objects referring to this link will update automatically Resize, rotate, and move the object and all the design elements in the embedded design will update automatically Import SVG PES PNG, BMP, and JPEG bitmaps to use for digitizing Export DST SVG (future release) Decorative stitches Chain stitch Hand stitch User created, can follow any path Text Convert true type fonts to running stitches, fills and satin outlines Digitized keyboard lettering which can be scaled and follow any path Patterning Linear Circular Cut work 2 needle 4 needle Hoop sizes 360×350, 360×200, 260×200, 260×150, 120×120 mm 5×7, 4×4, 2×2 inches Custom Definable jump anchors Thumbnail view of embroidery objects Stitch simulator with 3D rendering mode Drawing aides Rulers Stitch length marker mm, cm, inch units Grid snaps Usability features Keyboard short cuts Status bar step by step instructions
  7. Question: For some reason this will not completely install and I've tried several times. I'm using windows 10 with 4 core processor and 8 GB of ram and over 400 GB of free space. I have No issues downloading other programs so it must be some sort of problem with the program I believe. I hope someone else can confirm this. Support answer: Please try the following: 1. Clean up all temp folders. In an explorer’s address bar type %temp% press enter. Delete all files that are allowed to be deleted. 2. Go to C:\windows\temp Delete all files. 3. Disable you antivirus software and try to make a new installation.
  8. Japanese girl with cats machine embroidery design New embroidery design work. Wilcom software screen shot. Design very big and have many elements (embroidery block) of embroidery.
  9. diver361

    Squirrel embroidery Wilcom screenshot

    Screenschot with softwae for machine embroidery Wilcom. Work moment. The embroidery design is finished. Squirrel with hazelnut machine embroidery design
  10. View File EmbroideryWare Trial The free trail version of EmbroideryWare lets you use all the features of the program for 30 days. After 30 days DST output is disabled. After your trial period is over you can continue to create embroidery designs and save them. Then when you do purchase you will already have something to stitch out. EmbroideryWare runs on Windows 7, 8, and 10. Windows XP is not supported. This version has the following features Free Updates for one year Running stitches Single Double Triple/Bean Quad Fills Custom fill patterns Definable fill direction and order Combine or subtract graphic objects to create complicated fill areas Gradient fills Automatic fill ordering Satin stitches Fixed width Tapered Variable along its length Linear and curved columns Satin feathering Satin patterning using fill patterns Satin edge shapes Free motion embroidery Fixed stitch length By time straight stitch By time Zig zag Advanced editing Scale, rotate, translate, align curves or points. Offset curves Add or delete curve elements Join or break apart curves Precise dimension based nudging Arrow key nudge Embedded objects within the graphic Underlay Start path End path Embroidery objects Embed an entire embroidery design in a graphic object Link the object to a file on your system and any objects referring to this link will update automatically Resize, rotate, and move the object and all the design elements in the embedded design will update automatically Import SVG PES PNG, BMP, and JPEG bitmaps to use for digitizing Export DST SVG (future release) Decorative stitches Chain stitch Hand stitch User created, can follow any path Text Convert true type fonts to running stitches, fills and satin outlines Digitized keyboard lettering which can be scaled and follow any path Patterning Linear Circular Cut work 2 needle 4 needle Hoop sizes 360×350, 360×200, 260×200, 260×150, 120×120 mm 5×7, 4×4, 2×2 inches Custom Definable jump anchors Thumbnail view of embroidery objects Stitch simulator with 3D rendering mode Drawing aides Rulers Stitch length marker mm, cm, inch units Grid snaps Usability features Keyboard short cuts Status bar step by step instructions Submitter jimmysb Submitted 01/31/2017 Category Embroidery software
  11. Hi Everyone, I am writing a free program for machine embroidery. It's totally free. I started the project about three months ago because I wanted to create a program that would do interesting stitching along a path that my commercial software did not do. It has evolved to something much more than that. The satin stitching is pretty complete. I am still refining fills, they work but do more jumps than I would like. Please check it out and let me know what you think of my program. https://sourceforge.net/projects/handstich/
  12. ThreadEs embroidery software - start for 1 usd per day.. Less functions. http://www.threadses.com/
  13. File Name: Flower decoration 2 File Submitter: Carol1950 File Submitted: 26 Jan 2014 File Category: Wilcom embroidery elements For convert and resize this embroidery design you can using this free FREE embroidery converter by Wilcom True Sizer: . . Click here to download this file
  14. I just purchased the PE-DESIGN NEXT embroidery software...now that I created a design to embroider- how do I send the embroidery design to my embroidery machine?
  15. Who uses this function in the program. share experiences. I can not understand the operation. All can be saved in one file? Each design or separately? How to automate this work. What can you change?
  16. New machine embroidery design. Oreview in Wilcom E2 digitizing software

    © Denisov Embroidery Studio

  17. Original text by: Lisa Prass So, you have created or downloaded a machine embroidery design that does not fit you hoop. Now, to embroider the design, you should take a series of actions to split it. In this lesson I will show you how to split a design, how to add the alignment stitches and crosses, and how to save it into two different files, using a "Stitch" machine embroidery design in Photostitch technique as an example. The process includes several basic steps... Splitting a design: creating and positioning of the hoop Using the Rectangle tool, create additional objects that will imitate your hoop. Place them in the embroidery area so that your machine embroidery design would be within these virtual hoops. If you don't like what you see, change the position of the hoop until you will achieve the result you want. The hoops for which you split your design must have an intersection (remember what you learned about the intersection of sets at school?), otherwise the alignment with the help of crosses will be impossible. Splitting a design: how and where? The main task of splitting a machine embroidery design is that the separating lines must not be seen when embroidering. Therefore, you should understand where it is better to split an object and whether it is possible to get along without splitting. Learn to split so as to hide the separating lines under the last embroidered objects. After splitting the design in your mind, proceed to do it in reality. Instructions on what splitting tool to use and how, you can find in video tutorials on Youtube. Having split the design, you now come to the next part: adding of the alignment stitches. Splitting a design: adding alignment stitches/crosses Some people prefer alignment stitches, some use alignment crosses. Both are utilities allowing you to quickly and within the accuracy of 1 mm join two designs into one project while rehooping. Recommendations on what tools and with what preferences you should use when creating the utilities for making the joining process easier, you can find on Youtube. Alignment stitches and crosses are always situated in the hoop intersection area and are present in both first and second parts of a design. In the first part of a design they are embroidered last, and in the second they are embroidered in the beginning. They must match together. If they match loosely, you should rehoop the fabric or change the design position in the hoop. If possible, place you alignment stitches and crosses where there will be no embroidery. If there is no such possibility, delete them after aligning. Splitting a design: saving After having completed the splitting you should save the result into two different files, which will be embroidered one after the other, and choose which one of them will come first. In our example, we embroider the body first and then the head. Is it clear, why? Because if there is a minor offset, Stitch's head won't look like it is incorporated into his body. Before saving your design delete the virtual hoops, because they have completed their task and you won't need them anymore. After this lesson you'll have 2 files as a result: Body. PES and Head.PES. Steps in these files go as follows: Body.PES: First, you embroider all the objects of Stitch's body, then the alignment stitches and crosses. Head.PES: First, you embroider all the stitches and crosses, and then all the objects of Stitch's head.
  18. New embroidery design - Wilcom ES 2 screeshot

    © Denisov Embroidery Studio

  19. In the embroidery industry digitizing for caps is unique, you should plan your designs to sew out from the center, a cap embroidery design will also work on left chest with out any issues but not usually the same way around. Here are the standard rules that would apply to the machine embroidery design: Sew from center out. Sew from bottom up. Sew each element completely. Lets take a look at the image and go through the process for digitizing this design for caps. 1. On the artwork draw a reference line in the center 2. In a new document in your embroidery digitizing software go to Image choose your design. 3. Following the rules above you start at the Brim of the hat which would be the Varsity Softball. If possible you should try and find a font that is matches the design letters. From my knowledge of the fonts this appears to look similar to Brush Script New font. So I drew my line the length of the Varsity Softball and it very close to the original, but it needs some tweaking. The V S and f do not see to line up with the embroidery design. I would turn my beads on, and using my select tool grab the kerning bead illustrated in photo below. I would then pull down the letter so it matches up with the design below, Next step I would go to the properties by right clicking and going to properties and go to text tab and choose sew sequence. The default sew sequence for all text is from the left , you will need to choose to sew from center.. Optional you can also go to the text tab , general and change the trim distance to .05" so it will trim between the a V when sewing from center to the left. Now we can digitize the main part of the embroidery design , I would to the black inner area first from the center to the right.. To do this you will need the satin tool, do each letter at a time and simplify it. Once you are done digitizing the right side letters I would do the border stitch around the edge so it does distort when sewing out the other side of the cap. Using the Steil tool if you have it set the width to .06" and on the edge of the satin stitch place your points for the steil.. Remember what you see on screen is NOT what sew up, all stitches shrink usually the direction of the stitches. embroidery_caps_design.bmp Once you have the right side done, then you can start at the reference line and digitize the inner design using a satin stitch and go toward the left side and then repeat adding your steil border. Now that you have a properly stitched machine embroidery design you can either choose a recipe for caps or you can add your own underlay and compensation. Author: Frank Prokator
  20. Introduction to Blending Colors. In this blog we will introduce you to some terminology the you will need to understand to make blends possible. We will also explain the different methods for creating blends in your embroidery software. Terminology Density The density is a value of how close the stitches are to one another, there are few ways to measure it depending on the units you use. The three units are Stitches Per Inch (spi) Points (pts) Millimeters (mm) the standard is listed below. Standard density is 63.5 spi = 4 pts = .4 mm Absolute Density Is similar to WYSIWYG the value is a true value. With this option checked your density would be 63.5 spi , if you lower it , 55 spi it will show that. If you do not have this option checked your starting point will be 0 and if you want to go to 55 spi you would have to put in -8.5.. Traveling lines this is the line that connects part of a fill, often fills will divide at some point and re join you can manipulate this using your start and stop points. These lines often go through the center of the design, their is an option to force the to the outside I recommend using this option when blending fills. Blend Tool Depending on your version you may have an option to blend colors this is called the blend tool. This is standard in the TAJIMA Maestro Level Density Line Tool In version Tajima DGML by Pulse Version 14 and DG15 depending on the level you may have a icon called density line tool. This allows you to control the embroidery density at different increments of the blend. As you may know blending is a technique of layering two or more colors to get an effect of a blend, the digital world has been using blending for years however its not as common in embroidery. There are several different methods of blending that I am aware of. Blending with embroidery threads, or by layering one or more fills over each other. Another way to create an effect of a blend is to use the multimedia approach and add a image or vinyl behind the embroidery., which we covered in past blogs called multimedia designs. Blending with Embroidery Threads This technique is not new, it has been used in the home embroidery field for hundreds of years, and it allows you to create depth to a design. One option is to blend a heavy thread as a fill and covered by a top layer with a smaller thread. Another way to blend thread types is to have the blue fill going horizontal at 35 spit and the red fill going vertical at 25 spi when you sew them out like this it will blend the two colors creating an illusion of a third color, The Irish embroidery design use layers to blend the two colors together to get the effect of a pattern with the leaves, there is a light green background and a dark green layered on top. This technique can be applied to a wide range of designs and works best with similar colors. Samples of Blending Here are some samples, of types of blending that is available .. you can see the layers when zoomed in but remember the machine embroidery design is only a quarter of that size below. Blend Tool ( Maestro Level only ) For some of us we have a tool that allows us to create blends. This is a great tool for making the sunset fade into the water.. However it can be done manually its rather simple with this tool. Below is the Automatic tool for making blends. 1. Start a NEW document 2. With the eclipse tool draw a circle 5 inches You could also add greater depth by using two different weights of thread by doing this it will cause the top stitch to sit on top of the bottom stitch. 3. Convert the circle to a complex fill , right click or CTRL E to bring up the menu to convert too option appears. 4. Right Click on the fill and choose Auto.. and then select color blend and you will see the following . 5. Change the above setting to match the image and then click OK to save the settings 6. Then right click and choose Break up Note I change the colors so its visible to blue and orange, as red and orange will be hard to see on the screen. There are a couple things I would recommend is - High light each segment and goto properties, - Goto complex fill effects and change the travelling route to the edge, this will get rid of the lines going through the middle of the embroidery design. Tips When working with blends they work best on contrasting colors that are closely related to each other, like light blue and dark blue, oranges and reds, orange and yellows, I recommend everyone make a blend and try different densities, angles and colors to experiment with the tools and develop and understanding how it cane be used. Author: Frank Prokator
  21. Thank you for the embroidery design. However, is there a way for me to download the correct thread color. I download in "Art" format as I have a Bernina 830 but the thread colors are not the same as shown on your embroidery software. Should I download in a different format? I would appreciate your advise.
  22. What is the "Paste" button at the button left hand corner of Segment Settings used for?
  23. I am just enquirer if you can help i want to buy a digitizing software and i am torn between Bernina Artista V6 or Janome MBX. i do have a Janome 10001, i have been researching both for awhile, but still don't know which one to choose, so i thought i would get your help, i know they are both made by Wilcom and are both good. but which on is assist to learn and has the most benefits i want to do large embroidery designs once i learn if can. thanks kind regards
  24. I'm trying to embroider a college name and logo on a sweatshirt like the ones you can buy on campus, or whatever. I thought there were instructions on how to use each font in the embroidery software, but can't seem to find it now. I want to use Letter DA font and have it look professional. I'm also interested in using the athletic bean and athletic outline for sweatshirts. I think these fonts involve an applique-type process. Where can I find out how to use these fonts and get the best results? Thanks in advance for any help you can give.
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