- What is Embroidery Digitizing?
or Punching is the process of literally
- converting artwork into a digital
code that can be read
- by today's computerized embroidery
- Original full-color, camera-ready
artwork can be emailed
- in vector (outline) format such as
- Illustrator .eps, Freehand10 .fh,
or generic .eps
- Other file formats include
- Photoshop .psd, Illustrator .ai,
- Adobe Acrobat .pdf and generic .jpeg
- Grayscale or outline artwork, which
- can be used as a template.
- A skillful digitizing artist imports
the original files,
- using highly specialized embroidery
- to create designs made up of thousands
- Stops, trims and color changes are
- into the design during digitizing.
- Embroidery files are exported as
- which are then read by the sewing
machine's hard drive.
- This digital code provides instructions
- embroidery machine's operating system
which, in turn,
- tells the embroidery machine how
to sew the design.
- Embroidery formats can only be opened
- compatible embroidery software, requiring
a security key.
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- Barudan 15-Head Commercial Machine
- 24 Feet Long
- Each Head has 15 Needles
- Each Needle has 1 Cone of Thread
- 15 Needles x 15 Heads = 225 Needles
- 225 Cones of Thread
- Typical Running Speed is 500 - 700