Embird Digitizing Studio – Tutorial – Tools. Column with Pattern Tool; Create Outline Object Tool; Create Manual Stitches Tool; Create Connection Object Tool . Embird Digitizing Studio – Tutorial – Main Menu – Nodes. Embird Digitizing Studio – Tutorial – Manual Lettering.
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It is possible to select them all and group them into a single item in the list, for easier manipulations like moving, scaling, etc.
This column mode allows to digitize columns with different number of nodes on each side. Creation of object symmetrical about both horizontal and vertical axes is explained on the following example: Each character contains one or more columns. In case of character with multiple holes like “B”for exampleuse this tool for each hole separately.
In such a case, start last column on the other side left. In this case we will use automatic generation of stitches order auto-columnwhich creates stitches in required order automatically.
If underlying graphic template is clear and sharp enough, you can use trace tool to vectorize character edges instead of manual digitizing. When disabled, user can edit only last 2 nodes on each edge.
The second approach is not fully manual, in fact, and can use trace tool to vectorize character. Therefore, we will use several columns and connections. Character “A” cannot be digitized with a single column object. Now create the last column. Such location of the end point does not matter when thread between respective characters is trimmed, but it is wrong in case of nearest point connection between characters.
Main Menu – Nodes
However, it is necessary to insert connection from the previous column object. Two approaches are presented here: Manual Digitizing of Lettering Studio includes lettering tool for quick and easy creation of text labels, but it requires Alphabet or font file containing the lettering style you want to use.
Now create second column object. Create first object by placing the first node blue arrowsecond node and then both edges of the column object.
Manual Digitizing of Lettering
Both approaches assume that user has graphic template image of logo with text to digitize. Thread will fill the column object from start point to the end point. Therefore, stop column at the top of “A”: It allows to create one or two measuring lines. If Finish Object or editing functions are not available grayed out more than likely the second side manuao object has not been drawn. Black embrid marks manuxl end point of the object.
Swap Edges is used to change the sides in in order to end stitching of that object on other side. The corner at top part of “A” is too sharp for a single continuous column object. However, these options serve to snap whole objects not just edited nodes.
The principle of lettering digitizing is explained on a case of simple character “A”. Use Duplicate and Mirror Emibrd command. Start point is marked by small cross bottom-left side.
Main Menu – Nodes
Creation of object symmetrical about both horizontal and vertical axes is explained on the following example:. Studio includes lettering tool for quick and easy creation of text labels, but it requires Alphabet or font file containing the lettering style you want to use. The second edge will be parallel to the first and the segment end will be placed after each element of edges. User cannot affect the order of sewing within character, except definition of start and end point.
Approach 2 – faster, but with less control In this case we will use automatic generation of stitches order auto-columnwhich creates stitches in required order automatically. You can use “group 1” command that is intended for lowest level groups.
Please note that column object overlaps areas at left and right side to avoid gaps in stitching caused by pull effect of the fabric. Use this function to place beginning of the new part exactly on beginning of previous part.
Then release the mouse button and selected area will be enlarged so that it fits on the screen.