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How to split/edit embroidery designs native source file .EMB

Started by newbee, June 19, 2012, 09:26:15 am

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Keep getting the files in the EMB format as they are Wilcom files and if you need to re-edit or change, then this file is a lot easier to do than trying to edit aother format file which ends up losing a lot of data when re-imported into Wilcom.
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Hello newbee,June 19, 2012, 9:26 am

Thank you very much

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newbee

Hello Friends

Want to Re size or split Embroidery Designs????

Well i had done nothing to split the Large hoops embroidery designs or to re size  the embroidery designs.Yes that is true.

It is easy to split  or re size the embroidery designs if you are using .EMB format embroidery files.Of course it is a best case senario to be receiving your embroidery designs (from your digitizer) in their native ".emb" file format..EMB file is the original source of the Embroidery designs.

So, finally i edit the original source of embroidery designs as simple as i crop my images.EMB format  has ability to adjust itself if you split or edit the designs.

If possible i will share the vedio tutorial for the same.
"If I don't digitize well,
I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work."

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