Embroidery digitizing is the action of converting a graphic design into computerized instructions, which tell an embroidery machine how to sew a design. Or, another way to describe it – embroidery digitizing is translating a design into a series of commands that can be read by an embroidery machine. This allows the user to print the artwork, or designs, on various items such as apparel, caps, bags, pillowcases, tablecloths, etc. Computers that read digitized embroidery files created by using special software drive most embroidery machines used by professionals and hobbyists today. A person who creates a design is known as an “embroidery digitizer” or “puncher.” The digitizer, or puncher, users digitizing software to create their embroidery design. Daixe Wang
Digitized embroidery design files can be either purchased or created. Please make note that there are many different brands of machines and each may use a different file format. When purchasing or downloading free designs, make sure you get the format used by your machine. If your format is not available, you can get a conversion program to convert from one stitch file format to another stitch file format. Once a design has been digitized, it can be edited or combined with other designs by embroidery software. For those without editing software, some embroidery machines have rudimentary design editing features built in the machine. After editing the final design, the design file is loaded into the embroidery machine to be printed on the underlying fabric. Cool Digitizinghave been using Brother brand embroidery machines for over 15 years with satisfactory performance, and we also could provide other formats.