Embroidery Digitizing which was considered a hobby, a handicraft, in the last few years, has grown exponentially and has become the most advanced and sophisticated technology for medium design. Thus digitizing embroidery came into being, when technology collided with the weaving world and became the smartest way to achieve the best results from the art form (old saying). Whether by adding fabric depth, adding company logos or even serving as the basis for a design to be used in a fashionable way, the importance of embroidery digitizing is impossible to ignore.
In a pure sense, embroidery digitizing is the process of transforming any work of art, photography, text, or any other kind of design into an embroidery machine that you can understand and embellish into a garment. Like traditional weavers, digital embroideries require technicians of their own type called Digitizers or Punchers, highly skilled people who can transform any design, be it a logo, image, image of any kind into a set of specific commands using various software. , which is later converted into a specific machine-readable format, to be executed, i.e. embroidered on a particular garment.
The art of embroidery digitizing is not easy, it has its own language that takes time to learn, understand and appreciate, the best software, the digitizer is able to work transparently, however, even the basic features can be a. bit complex for new user. A competent and competent digitizer is purposeful and efficient from the beginning of the digital making process. Not only do they pay attention to the design and size they need to work on the inside, they consider the type of fabric a particular design will be embroidered on and make the necessary changes, such as compensating to pull and pull and positioning properly and other (or less) to stabilize underlay.
As stunning as digital digitizers, they require embroidery software to perform the digital making process. Each embroidery digitizing software differs from one another and the important thing to note here is that the software requirement depends on the machine that will eventually embellish the design. For example, if a person owns a typical Tajima Pulse industrial machine, he may need software that can create source design files that are readable by this particular machine. Although, each machine has its own compatible software and can be purchased at a discounted price, sometimes for free (when purchased by machine) still most software is able to produce universally available files such as DST, which is why most readable machines are readable. modern, not just with their specific machine.
Embroidery digitizing is not just fashion; it has become a pillar and the industry itself.