Have a logo and want it to get printed, but don’t know how to get the designs on fabric?
The art of converting digital images to machine readable format is called embroidery digitizing. The process of digitizing start from simplifying the complex images to make it all set for embroidery.The artwork is opened in the digitizing software where the digitize can just point the mouse to define the stitches.After modifying the image digitizer needs to decide about the pathing of the design.The pathing is known as the stitches which are run out in a specific sequence and is responsible for the final layout of the design. If the embroidery doesn’t run in sequence it can affect the layout with unwanted gaps or missed stitches. The process of portraying the stitches are both technical and highly creative.
Allocation of Stitches
The next step undertaken is to allocate the stitches based on the design. This first step is started by underlay stitches which is not visible in final design or logo but is important for perfect finished look. Underlying helps in sustaining the the fabric and make a base on the fabric for the upper layer stitches to have smoother surface and increased density.By not using proper underlay the fabric underneath the design is visible. Stitches are characterized into three types , run, satin and fill. Digitizer will make sure he is well prepared for the pull and push of embroidery and made adjustments accordingly for the best result during the final machine work on fabric.
Save the design
Final step after the design is being embroidered is to save the design in internal file format. As the embroidery machine and design software has different language, digitizer needs to create a copy for the embroidery machine to read and understand.
Various file formats for Embroidery digitizing files.
There are various internal file format for digitized image.
.cnd The file format used by Melco Software
.emb The file format used by Wilcom Software
.sew The file format used by Memory Craft 5700, 8000 & 9000 machines
.jef The file format used by Memory Craft
.dst The file format used by Tajima Commercial Embroidery Machines
.csd The file format used by Poem, Huskygram & Singer EU Embroidery Machines
.exp The stitch based file format used by Melco Commercial Embroidery Sewing Machines
.jan The file format contains the Emboridery’s Object Properties
A brand logo has a long lasting impression on our mind. Custom Embroidery digitizing helps in solidifying the impact of that impression by making it clearer & flawless so that every stitch can be defined. Following are some factors that make embroidery digitizing exceptional:
A tailor made embroidered apparel with brand logo is a walking advertisement that helps in promoting your business at very nominal cost.
These custom designed apparels are unique all design & colour scheme solely depends on you, to maintain that freshness you can change colour & designs any time any time.
With embroidery digitizing you will not only get custom design but quality is far better than normal designing. It give your attire a professional look.
Embroidery digitized designs are mended in such a manner that they last long in heavy laundry or high temperature. Embroidery digitized colours never fade away.
Bring out the artist present in you be your own designer by designing customized eye-catching embroidery digitized patches for your outfits and make a simple piece of cloth into a nice trendy wear.