Last post by Jane_moon - October 18, 2019, 12:40:04 pm
Even if might sound obvious, there are many kinds and brands available. But I'm talking about the material mostly: cotton, silk and wool. So I would like to ask, which thread brand(s) and materials do you prefer? And why? Or it purely depends on a project?
As for me, I've tried using Sulky brand in my embroidery machine but it keeps breaking (even with lower tension + speed). And now I'm curious about Madeira thread, but I have no local quilt shops that stock it so I will have to order online.
So as I'm waiting, I would like to hear other's experiences, in case there are any. What works for you?
Finally all set. GST return has been filled. The rainy season has gone and winter has arrived. Now, waiting for the biggest festival of India 'DIWALI'. Yesterday, I started doing the shopping for my friends and family. 15 days left for Diwali.
Want to print detailed information about your Embroidery Designs? No Problem, this can be easily done using the free software of Wilcome Truesizer. To check how to do this, please refer the below article
PDF Files For Embroidery Design Detailed Information The best way to keep track of your embroidery design files is to get print of Embroidery Designs with all relevant information like Height, Width, Image, Trims, Axis Information, etc. You can export all the details along with the snapshot of the designs in a PDF file.
Next, you can print this PDF file and create your own catalog for future reference. PFA the sample file for your reference
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You can also this option to provide detailed information to your customers online. We are using this option for preparing PDF files and thereby upload it to the store for our customers. The customers can download it and check the detailed information before purchasing it.
Hence, PDF print works well for sharing detailed information about Machine Embroidery Designs. These PDF files include all the information about the designs.
So, how to get this information exported in PDF file? To get this answer please read below.
Download and Install a Cute PDF writer on your system. This software is available for free and requires to create a PDF file for your selected information.
Open Wilcom Truesizer Digitizing Software
Press Ctrl+P or Select Print option from the file menu
Select the Cute PDF Writer option from the drop-down available. Next, click on the 'Preview' button to make any changes (addition or deletion of information) in the default information. You cannot see attachments on this board.
If you export the default information into your PDF files then go forward and click on 'Ok' button
That's it. Now, it will export your embroidery file designs along with the it's a snapshot.
Note: You can use the 'Preview' option to add or delete any information from the PDF files. The same option is also used for changing the view of the designs. In wilcom truesizer there is two option to export the snapshot of the design. a) True view and b) Thread views.
At last, if you face any problem while export or printing the designs information then feel free to contact us anytime. You can leave your message or query here by replying to this post.