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  1. Hi there, I am trying out a embroidery digitizing programs called SEW ART and I was wondering if anyone else is using that software? Does anyone else know who to layer colors but not overlap the whole embroidery design and do lighter stitching? thanks
  2. Good Day I'm new to this forum and hoping someone can help me out. I have an older Husqvarna Viking Embroidery Extra software, but I'm sure my question can still apply. I want to be able to decrease the density in designs that I'd like to use thicker (wool) thread to stitch out. I know if I try to stitch out the designs as they are, it won't work. If I can decrease the number of stitches without changing the design itself it would make my day! Thanks in Advance Syndi
  3. Version EMB format

    238 downloads

    EMB format for Wilcom machine mbroidery software
  4. Hello, and thank you for any help you are kind enough to provide. I am adding hats and beanies to a little brand I have created. I am considering getting an affordable beginning embroidery machine in order to put our logo on beanies and caps. I am hoping you can share the realities of what is actually needed to do this, along with where i obtain them. ...an embroidery machine, hat loop? software to turn my design into a stitch able file for the machine? etc? I have no experience and don't know where to start. Thank you again in advance, Jon
  5. Version 5.0.8517

    123 downloads

    My Editor from WingsXP is even more than a machine embroidery format converter. And all because, apart from the standard features for reading and re-saving the file, the developers provided users with a little extra convenience. I believe that it is for these small bonuses that the converter is called My Editor. With standard features (from left to right): 1) Opening, recording, inserting, etc .; 2) Scaling; 3) Tools for selecting and inverting selection; 4) Tools for manipulating the visibility of objects; 5) Navigating the project on objects and stitches; 6) Tools for manipulating the display of puncture points, stitches, contours (for native files); 7) The player to simulate the embroidery process; 8) Project information panel; Toolbar 2 Toolbar with special features (listed from left to right): 1) A tool that opens the color manager (thread and background); 2) Color palette with the ability to control the visibility of each color; 3) Special machine functions for deletion or insertion; Vertically on the left there is a toolbar for design manipulation (selection, scaling, rotation, stitch editing, etc.): Toolbar 3 Each toolbar can be customized in appearance by hiding or opening tools. The File menu is standard. Print settings, send design by e-mail standard. The list of file formats that the program opens: List of file formats to save: It is possible to manage the beginning and end of the project at its discretion (last line). The View menu gives users several options: Preview3D - shows the design in a realistic form. Realistic look my editor Toggle grid - enable or disable grid display. Grid options - setting grid parameters. Guidelines - opens a window for guide manipulations. In My Editor, it is possible to set guides both in the traditional way through a ruler, and through this window. But at the same time put in it the exact coordinates of the guides and close them from random editing. Types of guides in this application: horizontal, vertical, inclined, circles. You can also set the guides by right-clicking on the top ruler. And then you can get something like this: Types of guides in my editor Crosshair - includes a large crosshair at the tip of the mouse pointer. Toolbar - controls the visibility of toolbars. Rollups - allows you to display 1) ImageMap palette satellite window for easy navigation throughout the design satellite window for viewing and navigating the entire design my editor 2) Sequence manager - a window with a display of a sequence of embroidery on objects. Reorder panel of my editor objects The Layout menu allows you to duplicate the embroidery design by specifying the number of copies and the distance between the designs: Design duplication in my editor The Stitches menu looks like this: It gives users the ability to remove all short stitches smaller than a given length in the design through the window.: removing short stitches in design And make a recalculation of the density of the embroidery design (even stitch) when resizing it with the AutoDensity Apply tool. This application adjusts the density to the new size on its own, according to its internal algorithms and it is impossible to control the quality. You can also download software in official website: My editor free embroidery software System Requirements Minimum CPU: 1,5 GHz Intel or AMD 32-bit x86) processor RAM: 2GB of RAM Hard disk: 300 MB of free uncompressed space Graphics card: 3D PCI-X accelerator with DirectX 9.0c, 32-bit color, and at least 256MB of RAM Monitor Resolution: 1024x768 32bpp O/S: Windows XP (with Service Pack 3 or later) or Vista™ or 7, or 8.1 or 10 Recommended CPU: 2+ GHz Intel or AMD 32-bit (x86) processor RAM: 3GB of RAM Hard disk: 300 MB of free uncompressed space Graphics card: 3D PCI-X accelerator with DirectX 9.0c compatible drivers and at least 1GB of RAM Monitor Resolution: 1920x1080 monitor resolution O/S: Windows XP (with Service Pack 3 or later) or Vista™ or 7, or 8.1 or 10 Printer: Windows-compatible Laser-inkjet printer. The following tutorials are available for this program. This will help you understand how to use this software.
  6. View File Eagle embroidery design EMB form for Wilcom Embroidery software. Submitter AbuBakarSiddiqui Submitted 07/09/2019 Category Birds  
  7. Version 1.0.6.68

    194 downloads

    This is a free converter for embroidery machines of the company EverSewn. It allows you to open files of the following formats: Tajima *.DST, Brother *.PEC, *.PES, Janome *.JEF, *.SEW, Bernina *.EXP, PFAFF *. VP3, *.PCS, Singer *.XXX, Husqvarna *.HUS, VIP. Save only in format: *.ZHS Function: Flip, mirror, rotate, change thread and fabric colors. Print documentation.
  8. View File EZ converter free embroidery software This is a free converter for embroidery machines of the company EverSewn. It allows you to open files of the following formats: Tajima *.DST, Brother *.PEC, *.PES, Janome *.JEF, *.SEW, Bernina *.EXP, PFAFF *. VP3, *.PCS, Singer *.XXX, Husqvarna *.HUS, VIP. Save only in format: *.ZHS Function: Flip, mirror, rotate, change thread and fabric colors. Print documentation. Submitter diver361 Submitted 07/24/2019 Category Free embroidery software  
  9. View File My Editor free embroidery software My Editor from WingsXP is even more than a machine embroidery format converter. And all because, apart from the standard features for reading and re-saving the file, the developers provided users with a little extra convenience. I believe that it is for these small bonuses that the converter is called My Editor. With standard features (from left to right): 1) Opening, recording, inserting, etc .; 2) Scaling; 3) Tools for selecting and inverting selection; 4) Tools for manipulating the visibility of objects; 5) Navigating the project on objects and stitches; 6) Tools for manipulating the display of puncture points, stitches, contours (for native files); 7) The player to simulate the embroidery process; 8) Project information panel; Toolbar 2 Toolbar with special features (listed from left to right): 1) A tool that opens the color manager (thread and background); 2) Color palette with the ability to control the visibility of each color; 3) Special machine functions for deletion or insertion; Vertically on the left there is a toolbar for design manipulation (selection, scaling, rotation, stitch editing, etc.): Toolbar 3 Each toolbar can be customized in appearance by hiding or opening tools. The File menu is standard. Print settings, send design by e-mail standard. The list of file formats that the program opens: List of file formats to save: It is possible to manage the beginning and end of the project at its discretion (last line). The View menu gives users several options: Preview3D - shows the design in a realistic form. Realistic look my editor Toggle grid - enable or disable grid display. Grid options - setting grid parameters. Guidelines - opens a window for guide manipulations. In My Editor, it is possible to set guides both in the traditional way through a ruler, and through this window. But at the same time put in it the exact coordinates of the guides and close them from random editing. Types of guides in this application: horizontal, vertical, inclined, circles. You can also set the guides by right-clicking on the top ruler. And then you can get something like this: Types of guides in my editor Crosshair - includes a large crosshair at the tip of the mouse pointer. Toolbar - controls the visibility of toolbars. Rollups - allows you to display 1) ImageMap palette satellite window for easy navigation throughout the design satellite window for viewing and navigating the entire design my editor 2) Sequence manager - a window with a display of a sequence of embroidery on objects. Reorder panel of my editor objects The Layout menu allows you to duplicate the embroidery design by specifying the number of copies and the distance between the designs: Design duplication in my editor The Stitches menu looks like this: It gives users the ability to remove all short stitches smaller than a given length in the design through the window.: removing short stitches in design And make a recalculation of the density of the embroidery design (even stitch) when resizing it with the AutoDensity Apply tool. This application adjusts the density to the new size on its own, according to its internal algorithms and it is impossible to control the quality. You can also download software in official website: My editor free embroidery software System Requirements Minimum CPU: 1,5 GHz Intel or AMD 32-bit x86) processor RAM: 2GB of RAM Hard disk: 300 MB of free uncompressed space Graphics card: 3D PCI-X accelerator with DirectX 9.0c, 32-bit color, and at least 256MB of RAM Monitor Resolution: 1024x768 32bpp O/S: Windows XP (with Service Pack 3 or later) or Vista™ or 7, or 8.1 or 10 Recommended CPU: 2+ GHz Intel or AMD 32-bit (x86) processor RAM: 3GB of RAM Hard disk: 300 MB of free uncompressed space Graphics card: 3D PCI-X accelerator with DirectX 9.0c compatible drivers and at least 1GB of RAM Monitor Resolution: 1920x1080 monitor resolution O/S: Windows XP (with Service Pack 3 or later) or Vista™ or 7, or 8.1 or 10 Printer: Windows-compatible Laser-inkjet printer. The following tutorials are available for this program. This will help you understand how to use this software. Submitter diver361 Submitted 07/15/2019 Category Free embroidery software  
  10. Version EMB format

    312 downloads

    EMB form for Wilcom Embroidery software.
  11. Company logo is custom made. The project was completed in the Wilcom software. The user has been sent several sizes. Find more projects with a Cooking and kitchen embroidery designs. theme.
  12. Hi all I have the Brother PE180-D embroidery machine with PE Design Plus software. I need to shrink a design but the density is then too thick, is there anything in the programme to change this. I also have the free version of Wilcom
  13. Hi, New to all this and machine embroidery. I have been trying to download a photo stitch design but its not working anyone any advice. Its for a Husqvarna Topaz 30. Cheers
  14. Forest princess embrodiery collection now in work... Design available here Scared Tinkerbell embroidery design

    © Denisov Embroidery Studio

  15. Hello guys. My name is MJ and I am completely new to the embroidery / digitizing scene. I am 24 years old having recently graduated school. Unfortunately I decided to go down a different career path. I want to learn to digitize but am overwhelmed by the helplessness of where to begin. I have NEVER worked with embroidery or embroidery machines before. I am one who takes heavy interest in design and I do have appreciation for embroidery. I just do not know where to begin. Communities from Reddit told me to find work at an embroidery shop and learn some basic knowledge about embroidery and only then should I start to learn the digitizing software. Do you guys agree? I am already looking for work at embroidery shops but it is hard because I do not have any experience and many do not have time to train. What would you guys do if you were in my shoes? COMPLETELY NEW to embroidery/digitizing and wanting to learn... Thank you so much.
  16. Can you add BFC Poly? Your description states it does but is not a listed choice . Also perhaps add Metroemb? Thanks
  17. If you are reading this article, it means that your interest for machine embroidery has overcome the beginner stage, and you have decided to master the embroidery software to choose the right one for creating cross stitch patterns. A lot of manufacturers, in order to increase embroidery editor capability, add a software module that allows creating cross stitch patterns and saving them into the formats recognized by the embroidery machines. What are these software products you'll learn from this article. I want to bring to your attention the fact that in this review I only point out those software products that allow creation of cross stitch patterns for embroidery and sewing and embroidery machines. Also note that you'll find only the widely known software products on this list, for I skipped the lesser known ones. Creation of the cross stitch patterns Creating cross stitch patterns for embroidery machines, on one hand, is the easiest of all digitizing tasks, but on the other hand, the most complex one. It depends on the principle of creation: whether a designer will work with ready patterns or create the new designs completely out of his head or using the images (such as photographs) of his own. Fortune favors a designer that has decided to try and digitize a ready pattern. There is no need to think about such design characteristics as basting, density and pull compensation. There is no need for using imagination to convert a photo into a cross stitch pattern. One just needs to figure out what types of cross stitch there are in hand embroidery, which ones can be created in the software, and after having mastered the tools, to create stitches one by one. A designer that wants to create cross stitch patterns from images or photos has to face all the problems with color scheme, stitch types and their size. This requires a creative approach and artistic thinking. To be through with the embroidery software once and for all, you need to understand that it comes in standalone editors and also built-in modules. I don't want to throw my weigh around and influence your decision, and yet I want to make some comments about the usefulness of various software products. The software for creation cross stitch patterns falls into two main categories: Standalone editors Of all the software meant for creation of cross stitch patterns and conversion of the files into the format recognized by embroidery machines we can single out two products: • PatternMaker for CrossStitch • CrossStitch Professional Platinum Both of these software products were designed for creating hand embroidery cross stitch patterns, and only later the manufacturer added an option of saving the result in a format recognized by an embroidery machine. Although both of these editors were designed for creating hand embroidery cross stitch patterns and have practically all the tools for creating machine embroidery designs, in my opinion, CrossStitch Professional is slightly superior to PatternMaker. Notably, the latter of the two lacks an option of saving most of the special stitches (cross stitch) into a format recognized by a machine. Both software products work with scanned patterns as well as process images automatically and create designs with the help of the tools. Additional modules Nearly all big embroidery editors have additional modules that allows creating cross stitch designs. Sometimes they come as an in-built solution, sometimes you need to buy them separately. Embird (bought separately) has an automatic conversion tool, and also an option of fitting the scanned patterns into the open documents to make the process of creation more easy. You can also create cross stitch patterns with tools. Conversion of the special stitches is present. Wilcom ES – has an automatic conversion option, is able to create cross stitch designs from scanned pattern and has tools for object creation. There is also canvas changing option and the possibility to set the stitch count. The capabilities of the software are sufficient for creating cross stitch patterns, but one would wish more operational comfort. Bernina ES (in-built) — practically the same as Wilcom ES. Digitizer MBX/Pro (bought separately) — practically the same as Wilcom ES. They cost about $160-200 each. PE Design (in-bulit) – this software had an automatic conversion option, and you can also work with scanned patterns. Creation of the cross stitch patterns with the help of tools is not the best here. Compucon EOS — automatically converts images into cross stitch patterns and also has tools for creating objects with cross stitch fill. Tajima DGML by Pulse (in-built up to v. 14) — starting form the next version there is no automatic conversion tool. The software only has a tool for creating objects with motif fills and also one for creating cross stitch lines. Which software product to choose for creating cross stitch patters, is entirely up to you!
  18. Hello, I have a Brother VR and love it but i have recently been downloading free designs from internet and as some of the designs are too big i resize with wilcom (free edition) but when I make the design the stitch count is so high that it basically cuts the design out of the t shirt and you can see big holes around the design. I have used Buzzsize to adjust the size and stitch count but now it misses inner parts of the design out. Any advise would be amazing as I have been told to buy PE Design 10 at £999 which will sort this out but I cannot afford it. Are there any other pieces of software i can use or if there somewhere else i can get my designs. I have attached photos, the red flower is the lower stitch count, the green and red flower is the original design. Thanks Wayne
  19. Hi all. I am new to digitizing and am using the Janome Digitizer V5. I am wanting to make a stuffed soft toy. I have created my design using the Applique tool. This has worked fine. However I need to created a space in the final stitch out so I can stuff the toy. The final stitchout object appears to be an open shape but I cant break the line to make a space. I have set the stitches to sculpture stitch. Any help/advise would be greatly appreciated. Sandy
  20. Hello everybody, In 2007 i made some shirts and the sotre where i bought them left my the .dsg file , i would like today to see the file but don't find any software to convert it in other formats like .jpg o .pst, and buying the Sierra Embroidery Office only to convert the file it's to expensive. So could anyone help me to convert this file (that i attach) in any format that can be use with normal graphics editors? Thanks to everyone Ale tiger 6.dsg
  21. Hi Everyone, I am looking for affordable software that will allow me to Digitize Running Stitches from designs I make in Adobe Illustrator. I did a litle bit of testing in Embrilliance StitchArtist, however a price tag of approx $500 USD turned me off. I read some threads here about cheaper software, but I wanted to hear your experienced perspective before I go ahead and download 10 Trials of every different software. All I will ever do are Running Stitches. I just want them to look pretty and have the ability to edit them. Best would be if I could convert existing images/vector files into stitches. Thanks
  22. I had problems with my software/computer and had to reinstall Tajima Pulse. Now the spooler does not get rid of the file you sent to the machine after the machine accepts it. I have to go into the design que and delete the file before I can send another file. I can not find the place for the setting that changes that. It used to be different before I uninstalled so I know I had changed the setting once and can not find it to do it this time. Help please, it's so annoying!
  23. Machine embroidery design management When you enter into the embroidery business you will soon learn individual ways to track and organize your embroidery designs, some people use a specialty program, a filing systems on your computer, a database and other. Today we are going to take a look at organizing your designs with Librarian. This tool has been around for a while, while it has some limitations its a great tool for searching for designs. What is Librarian Librarian is a single user database that has been built into Tajima DGML by Pulse since version 11, the main structure of the database has not changed much over the years. This database allows you to store your PXF or a wide range of other stitch files. This database allows you to enter in information about the embroidery designs from vendor, special notes, it also keeps track of size, colors and more. You can search by a wide range of topics and or view the designs by image. It depends on how much type you want to spend setting it up. Where is librarian , it can be found at the top of your screen and is available on a wide range of levels.. This tool is one of the most ignored tools in your software, when I worked with Tajima Pulse most customers did not know that it existed or what it could do for them, not to mention that it also comes with the option of a 1000 machine embroidery designs to start up with. While the designs are free its up to you to add them if you want them. When opening your software for the first time and you open librarian it will prompt you to choose a BLANK Database or PREMIUM Database, If you choose blank it will not show you any designs until you add them , if you choose premium database it will give you 1000 machine embroidery designs. Menu Options If you click on the Librarian tab at the top of your screen you will get a menu similar to the one I have illustrated below. Open Design This allows you to visually view the embroidery designs in your database. Search This allows you to search by various fields if entered Save Design Manual way to add machine embroidery designs from your workspace to librarian Save Design as Same as above but allows you to make a different version of another design. Groups You can store embroidery designs in groups to catalog the embroidery designs easier Favorites Allows you to set embroidery designs up as favorites for quick reference Database info Path to the database for backing up and seeing how large your database is Import A option for mass loading your designs, however it doesn't enter any additional data Rebuild icons Sometimes the database will loose some image files, this option rebuilds the image files. Multiusers This is only available to users that purchased the items. Setting Librarian UP Prior to setting up your librarian for the first time you will need to make sure you have permission to allow your system to right to restricted areas of your computer. Librarian needs permission from your windows to access this area. Contact your local distributor for help with this if needed. Opening Designs When you click on the Open option in Librarian menu you will get the following screen . This screen is a bit confusing for some while it may seem like you can choose the various options, you need to setup your librarian to use these features, the easiest method for this window is leaving everything as default and clicking open., There one option you may want to look at the datatype, this will also depending on what file types you have in your database. The types included all embroidery files, stitch designs like DST, PSF and home embroidery formats, Outline files like PXF, POF, chenille embroidery designs and outline chenille designs. Stitch Files Stitch files do not retain the color information in embroidery designs, and have limitation on sizing and editing Outline Files These are the best files to save to librarian as they save all the editing information, and color info of designs, just like saving them to your system Chenille files are only available if you have a chenille embroidery machine. When you click open it will show your digitized embroidery designs in your window, depending on how large your window is will depend on how many designs it shows, also dependent on how many designs you have in the database as well. Opening a embroidery design To open a machine embroidery design you can just double click it and it will open up in Tajima DGML or you can right click to get more options, The main option you likely to use is the properties tab, but you can play around with the other options as well. GENERAL TAB This tab will tell you basic info about the design, including when it was made, name of the file, Design TAB This tab will show you information about the design including, Designer ID, Customer, Design dimension, stitch count, number of colors, number of trims etc. User Tags Optional, I have used these tabs to hold customer information, you can also add notes or special instructions to the file as well Color Information This tab will show you the color information of PXF and PSF and POF files but not dst files Attachments Optional, I use this if I store a customer logo , I attach the original artwork to the database file Groups Optional, you can add (1) embroidery design to several different groups. Dog design can be added to a Dog group or an animal group. Mass Load This option is listed as Import , but its basically a option of loading multiple designs at one time. This is a very taxing process for the computer as it has to generate alot of information for your files, You should do this when you do not need the machine for any other embroidery digitizing software task. To use this option click the file types you want to add, choose the location where the embroidery designs are and click next and it will begin uploading you may also get a note that your embroidery program is not responding, ignore this and come back later. When its done your screen will go back to the original window, Now you can go back into Librarian and see the machine embroidery designs you have added, Now if you the import option you will need to add other details to each file if you want to know the vendor etc. Searching Embroidery Designs If you mass load , you will not be able to search all the fields, unless you edit each file. when you search for a machine embroidery design you can search by the following criteria General Tab Design ID Optional , this needs to be manually added Customer Optional , this needs to be manually added Description Optional , this needs to be manually added General Key Optional, but rarely used Status Default is Production Designs Tab Designer ID Optional , needs to be added Customer Optional , needs to be added Desing Dimensions Size of the design Atributes Stitch Count, colors, trims, jobs etc,. There are some other tabs but blank by default If you want the information to be all added its best to add designs as you use them , or several a day in your free time.
  24. View File Yorkshire terrier in EMB format EMB format for Wilcom machine mbroidery software Submitter diver361 Submitted 03/12/2018 Category Wilcom elements  
  25. I am so happy to have found this site. I just got my embroidery machine. I am quickly finding that I need to resize designs. I am not sure what software to buy. How much money do these software's typically run. I am planning to use for resizing but as I get better who knows. I tried to download a free trial of something but it kept getting interrupted. Maybe I just need to purchase it so I will not have issues. Just not sure what is best for a beginner I really appreciate any advice ..
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