Computer embroidery is a very common embroidery method […]
Computer embroidery is a very common embroidery method on the market. Compared with artificial embroidery in the past, computer embroidery has greatly surpassed the old-style embroidery in efficiency, and can create more different embroidery methods and patterns in quality. For example, current towels are also processed by computer embroidery, and long embroidery is also a technique in embroidery.
Computerized embroidery patterning is also called taping, which refers to the process of playing cards, tapes, or dishes, or digitizing to prepare patterns, instructing or inspiring various movements required for embroidery machine and embroidery frame design. The designer of this process is the pattern designer. The term comes from the mechanical embroidery machine by punching a paper tape to record stitches. Regardless of whether it is a mechanical or electronic embroidery machine, the purpose of recording stitches is to allow the embroidery machine to recognize and perform its movements, perhaps using a needle connected to a horizontal and vertical bar, using a mechanical method or a mouse or more modern Way to record the points needed to form the pattern.
Compared with the old-fashioned artificial embroidery, computer embroidery has many different embroidering methods. For example, toothbrush embroidery, which is very popular now, is processed by the strength of the machine. An animal can also draw a vivid life through the depth of the needlework of the embroidery.