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10/28/2014
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Simplify Your Digitizing Process with Vector Based Embroidery - Part One
By: Alex Papaioannou, Business Development Manager
Published in Imprint Canada
Magazine

Digitizing can be a frustrating process for all embroiderers regardless of expertise. Adjusting and recreating each and every stitch, corner and outline with traditional embroidery can seem overwhelming and becomes quite cumbersome. Some professional digitizers continue to employ this tried and true method, but many have adopted the technological advantages and innovations of Vector Based Embroidery (VBE). Vector Based Embroidery is a technology that simplifies the process of turning artwork into embroidery by reducing the number of nodes a user must manage and easing the transition from artwork to embroidery.

VBE eliminates the need to draw, trace or digitize design segments individually. The entire conversion process from artwork to embroidery consists of selecting the desired segments and simply applying a stitch type.

In addition to saving you time, VBE also provides many advantages in terms of design and stitch quality. For example, it has the ability to support Bezier Curves, which allow for the creation of outlines with the least number of control points possible. This results in quicker and more precise embroidery creation. Simply put, you are editing the shape instead of completely recreating it from scratch.



A great addition to VBE software is the ability to have a fusion feature included in your software. Fusion features work by taking vector artwork from popular design programs and turning them into top quality embroidery. Fusion features can import vector files while preserving the original vector points and colours, aiding in the VBE process of turning the artwork into embroidery with speed, precision and ease.

The editing process with fusion features updates files dynamically, meaning any changes made to the artwork will be automatically reflected in the embroidery file. Changing stitch types is easy as well, simply convert the satin to a complex fill or vice versa, or choose from any of the other available stitch types. A fusion feature will also match the colours in your design to the actual threads that connect to your embroidery machine.

Read Part 2 here!
edited by PulseMicro on 10/31/2014
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10/29/2014
me podrian ayudar como puedo actualizar el programa a la version DG 15
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10/30/2014
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fabrica de camisas manchester wrote:
me podrian ayudar como puedo actualizar el programa a la version DG 15


¡Hola,

Si requiere informacion acerca de Tajima DG15 by Pulse, por favor contacte su distributor local usando la infomacion siguiente:
http://embroidery.pulsemicro.com/find-a-distributor.html
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