This is how embroidery digitizing works with regards to formats. There are much embroidery software and every software has a native format, these native files carry the programmed codes that define trims, color breaks, densities and other functions which tells the machines how to work and where to sew, although stitch files created from coded files run through the embroidery machine but with different file formats. The slight difference between them is that the stitch files are a list of mathematical points, that guides the machine where to put the next stitch although Commercial stitch files carry no color information or codes, Home stitch file formats usually carry thread color information, for this purpose the master coded copy of that design is always saved. Usually most of the software has stitch processing, as this process is automatic and it will detect the densities, stitch lengths, and other properties once it is opened in the program. Which enables you to open a non-coded file and you can edit it. Anyhow stitch files are not the perfect material, and it cannot recreate complex files and it will break them into straight areas of fill losing any patterns. So there are many benefits of using a coded file such as you can use many elements of different versions of that deigns. Digitemb’s professional experts are completely aware to work with the most suitable file format for your design.
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