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Old 5 Days Ago Jun 12, 2019 9:17:07 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Hello,
I have been sending my designs to get digitized, however, I was wondering if anyone knows of a program where I can learn to do it myself? I use the program Tajima DG/ML by Pulse now to set up and work with files, but I would love to be able to do my own digitizing and make changes when I want.
Any suggestions would be great!
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Hello,
I have been sending my designs to get digitized, however, I was wondering if anyone knows of a program where I can learn to do it myself? I use the program Tajima DG/ML by Pulse now to set up and work with files, but I would love to be able to do my own digitizing and make changes when I want.
Any suggestions would be great!
Thanks!
DG/ML pulse has levels as well does wilcom. basically the top two softwares, not cheap.

You would either have to upgrade your Pulse to higher level or trade in for wilcom.

Multiple grand. if you have any experience making things from scratch in vector art then sure if you don't.... I invested into second highest level of wilcom a few years back... I have not sent out a file in years. but it took me a long time to master.
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The least expensive I know if is https://www.embird.net/

The highest is Wilcom which is the standard in the industry.

It doesn't matter which one you select, it is an art form. It takes a long time to learn and do correctly. Your best bet is to spend the bucks on something like Wilcom and still get your designs digitized and get the EMB file when you do it. Then you can see how it is done.

Or, go inexpensive with something like Embird and do the same thing from the DST file.

Also, you can go to embroidery library and download a lot of inexpensive designs and just look at them. You can learn a lot from that.

Good luck, we learned from scratch and do about 95% of our digitizing in house.
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