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PulseMicro
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8/10/2018
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A terrific addition to VBE software is the ability to have a fusion feature included in your software. Fusion features work by taking vector artwork from popular design programs and turning them into top quality embroidery. Fusion features can import vector files while preserving the original vector points and colours, aiding in the VBE process of turning the artwork into embroidery with speed, precision and ease.

The editing process with fusion features updates files dynamically, meaning any changes made to the artwork will be automatically reflected in the embroidery file. Changing stitch types is easy as well, simply convert the satin to a complex fill or vice versa, or choose from any of the other available stitch types. A fusion feature will also match the colours in your design to the actual threads that connect to your embroidery machine.

In addition to these tools, your VBE software should also include an auto breakup feature. This type of feature will increase the productivity of your embroidery business. In a single automated step, an auto breakup feature slices complex satin segments into simpler segments which are then combined and branched appropriately before automatically applying stitch direction lines. This time-saving tool takes all the guesswork and grunt work out of creating a beautiful, embroidery design.

Traditionally, digital print companies and their professional designers are accustomed to the use of graphic programs such as CorelDRAW® and Adobe® Illustrator®. The transition from these programs to most embroidery software is a rough one. Learning to work with new file types and mastering the embroidery technique can be a headache.

The solution to this issue is to install an embroidery plug-in program to either your CorelDRAW® or Adobe® Illustrator® program. Once the plug-in is installed, designers do not need to worry about learning new tools. The only learning curve is to understand the basic embroidery stitch types. The plug-in will offer all other features necessary for control over design quality with Corel® or Adobe®.

Organizations that have implemented Vector Based Embroidery or a plug in to either Corel® or Adobe® are sure to experience an increase in productivity. The end result is high quality embroidery that will dazzle your customers. By employing VBE software, you will eliminate the hours upon hours of time spent recreating artwork, and instead, spend that time growing your business.

When choosing your embroidery software, Vector Based Embroidery and a top rate plug-in to either CorelDRAW® or Adobe® Illustrator® are essential for best results in terms of digitizing quality and productivity.
edited by PulseMicro on 8/10/2018
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GeorgieEnglish
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1/3/2020
GeorgieEnglish
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Where can I find these plugins for CorelDRAW® and Adobe® Illustrator® ?
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PulseMicro
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1/6/2020
PulseMicro
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GeorgieEnglish wrote:
Where can I find these plugins for CorelDRAW® and Adobe® Illustrator® ?



Pulse makes plugins for Adobe and Corel called Embroidery i², which can be purchased from any of our distributors. For a list of distributors, please find your nearest on the list provided here: https://www.pulsemicro.com/Home/Contact

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fenix1330
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2/13/2020
fenix1330
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Any demonstration?

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Best regards, Daniil Chernenko
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