Embroidery Digitizing

We provide digitized stitch files using licensed software like Wilcom, Pulse, Ethos, Punto and Punto. Our team of digitizers have more than 14 yrs experience in this field which makes us provide guaranteed quality even with the complex of designs.

Types of Embroideries we digitize for

Left Chest and Jacket Backs

Left Chest:

This is most popular type of the embroidery which is sized between less that 4.5 inches and  placed most of the times on the left side of the T-shirt between placket and side seam. This is digitized according to the specifications provided and taking into consideration the garment, stitch type and the design size. Due to little bit smaller in size, some details  of the design can be removed and made the design simpler.

Jacket back:

These designs are popular especially when you want to make a statement or want your design to be highlighted and be prominent. All the details or intricate work that is seen in the image can be accommodated in the digitizing as the size is large. These go on either Front or back of a T-shirt or Jacket. They look very beautiful and attractive.

Caps/Hats

The digitizer considers each element and its direction while digitizing for readymade hats as the sewing machine moves sideways. Planning the digitizing is of utmost importance when you digitize for hat/cap. These designs are digitized from centre to left and centre to right. This is done so that the design sews on the Hat correctly. Or else the curvature of the design would make a bump on one side of the hat. Also if the text has an outline it will have to be made one by one. That is one letter and its outline and then another letter and its outline. If we do all letter at once it will cause registration problem and the inside fill will fall out.

Towels/Mesh

The digitizer has to consider the thickness of the towel/mesh and decide on the density of the stitches accordingly. He may put a low density fill below the whole logo to cover up the loose stitches. The towel or mesh has rough surface even though they feel smooth to the skin as far as embroidery is concerned. Therefore digitizer uses higher density to compensate such texture. He also gives it extra thickness. He also adjusts small text to puts it on two lines or else it might just disappear in the fabric. Sometimes even this is not enough and this is when he decides to put a fill in the beginning to flatten the loose threads and texture and then start with the actual logo. These fills are usually the same color as that of garment so that they are invisible.

3D using Foam

While digitizing for 3D, the process is totally different as the digitizer has to take into consideration when the Foam is going to be put and also put cutters in the design so that when the embroidery is done the foam can be easily torn apart leaving no trace. Therefore he digitizes all parts including the text of the design first and then gives a stop command. This lets the machine operator know that the foam needs to be put. Then all the areas that are going to be 3D will be digitized. The stitch density in these designs is also very high so that it appears prominent and raised.

Applique

Digitizer will put in guideline, holding line and the zigzag line for the operator to know when the applique is to be put in and how it is going to be held inside the borders. Appliqué designs are mostly large and they require larger area. Therefore they are sewn on blankets or bed sheets or at the front or back of jackets. Appliqué is basically a fabric or leather or anything that is not part of the garment that we are sewing the design on. It is stitched on our garment and then an outline is put around the whole parameter of it so that it looks finished and neat. Appliqué part of the design is done first and then the rest of the elements of the design. You can have textured or multicolour or completely different garment as a appliqué. It looks amazing.

Chenille

This is another whole new approach to digitizing. Each chenille colour needs to be taken into consideration and also planned for its placement while digitizing. It is kind of specialized loop or chain embroidery, which is made with yarn, not typical embroidery threads – polyester or viscose. Thanks to use of yarn instead of threads , this embroidery method makes the pattern look optically thicker and more convex. The chenille digitizing is done so that the texture of the fabric is enhanced by using the square fill and then outline. It looks great on kidswear. These designs are also large and cute. They give a completely different look to the garment. They are usually stitched on thicker garments like Twill, Canvas or Tote and then stuck on the regular garment

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